Liberia National Police Reinforces NO GO ZONES and Use of Security Instruments Operation. Liberia National Police will on tomorrow, March 17, 2021, at 6:00AM reinforce its restriction on Tricycles and commercial motorcycles plying at No Go Zones in Monrovia and its environs.
It can be recalled that, early January of this year, the authority of the Liberia National Police named the following areas as No Go Zones for commercial motorcycles; Beer Factory to Monrovia, GSA Road to Monrovia for those coming from Paynesville, the entire RIA Highway, Monrovia to ELWA Junction and Freeport to Monrovia.
All commercial motorcycles, will be allowed to ply the Brewerville to Beer Factory, Paynesville Red-Light to Freeport ISI including its surrounding communities, Paynesville Red-Light to GSA Road intersections including its surroundings, from 540, Congo Town Back Road to 72nd communities. Other Go Zones for commercial Motorcycles include; Old Road to Catholic Hospital Communities, Matadi Estate to Jallah Town and Avenues in that location and Air Field Community to Varmoma House respectively.
Also, the No Go Zones for Tricycles include; Ashmun, Front, Broad, Buchanan, Center, Gurley Randall and Roberts Streets. Other restricted streets are Carey, Clay, McDonald, Warrant, Johnson Streets and Camp Johnson Road. Meanwhile, Tricycles are also allowed to ply from Brewerville to Waterside, Benson Street through UN Drive to Bassa Community and stop at the University of Liberia, Matadi Estate to Jallah Town and Mechlin Street to WestPoint.
Any operator caught in violation of these rules, will be issued $25.00USD ticket for traffic violation for the first time, $50.00USD for second violation while third violation will lead to Motorcycle or Tricycle, impounded and subsequent auction through the Court. All operators are asked to act in accordance with the Vehicle and Traffic laws of the Republic of Liberia. Tricycles and Commercial Motorcycles are to ply the Go Zones beginning 6:00 AM to 10: PM daily.
Again, the wearing of Police Uniform (Police regalia) is straightly prohibited, anyone caught wearing Police outfit will be disrobed. The public is also informed that beginning tomorrow, there will be massive inspection to ensure compliance on the unauthorized use of sirens, flash lights, fore-lights and other security instruments. Any vehicle seeing in the Street(s) with such instruments without the approval of the Minister of Justice will be impounded and have said instruments removed. All concerned are asked to take note and abide by these Vehicle and Traffic regulations.