Traffic Management Scheme along Malartic Avenue and Swami Sivananda Avenue at Rose Hill
The public is hereby informed that due to severe recurrent traffic congestion along Vandermeersch Street [A11] and Rose Hill-Trianon Road [A14], the traffic management scheme put in place with a view to reduce traffic congestion along the above-mentioned major roads in Rose Hill will be implemented on a permanent basis.
Vehicular traffic along Swami Sivananda Road and Malartic Street will not be allowed to exit onto Vandermeersch Street [A11] at the signalised cross junction Vandermeersch Street (A11)/Malartic Street/Swami Sivananda Road near Queen Elizabeth College both during morning and afternoon rush hours (ie between 07.30- 09 00 hrs and 14.00 -19.00 hrs) during weekdays and Saturdays between 11 00 – 15 00 hrs.
Henceforth, the following existing traffic diversion schemes will be on a permanent basis:
1.Right turning traffic along Port Louis-Saint Jean Road [A1] proceeding towards Vandermeersch Street [A11] are diverted at the traffic lights near Plaza to proceed towards Reverend Lebrun Street to ultimately join Vandermeersch Street [A11].
2.Traffic along Port Louis-St. Jean Road [A1] and Ambrose Avenue heading towards Ebene and Motorway M1 via Vandermeersch Street [A11] are diverted at the traffic lights near Plaza to proceed towards the centre of Rose Hill and to eventually proceed towards Ebene and Motorway M1 through Sir Virgil Naz Avenue and Julius Nyerere Avenue [B1].
3.Traffic along Swami Sivananda Road proceeding towards Vandermeersch Street [A11] are diverted along Larche Street to eventually join Vandermeersch Street [A11].
During the scheme vehicular access on Malartic Street at the traffic lights near Plaza are allowed for local access only and the traffic lights at the cross junction [Vandermeersch Street (A11)/Malartic Street/Swami Sivananda Road] near Queen Elizabeth College are on off-mode.
The traffic scheme will be operational from 07.30-09.00hrs and 14.00-19.00hrs during weekdays and Saturdays from 11.00 to 15.00 hrs.
Appropriate traffic signs are fixed to inform and guide road users and police assistance are being provided at strategic locations.