City Police Chief ACP Ahmad Sofi Zakaria said the roads to be closed from 8am to midnight are Jalan Kompleks Sukan Likas, a roundabout near Likas driving range up to the Likas Stadium roundabout and a roundabout at Wisma Dixon up to the Likas Stadium roundabout.
"The Jalan Kompleks Sukan Likas is totally closed for entry from June 24 to 26 while the second road involving a roundabout near Likas driving range up to the Likas Stadium roundabout is passable to vehicles with stickers. These motorists are allowed to park their cars at the multipurpose hall of the Likas Stadium.
"The third road which is a roundabout at Wisma Dixon up to the Likas Stadium roundabout is passable for vehicles with stickers and to residents of Taman Antarabangsa who own cars and motorists renting and staying at the hostels of the Likas Sport Complex," he said.
He said traffic policemen will be placed at the three locations to assist motorists and to ensure smooth traffic flow during the three days.
"Those who reside at Taman Antarabangsa can go to the city by using the old Tuaran road as an alternative route. They must not use the Jalan Kompleks Sukan Likas in those three days.
"For Indah Court residents, they can go to the city via the old Tuaran road or go to the Likas Bay road from where they can drive to Signal Hill road or the Istiadat roundabout," he said.
Ahmad Sofi said public can park their vehicles at Jalan Jelatik - SRJK St. James (50 parking lots), Jalan Jelatik - SRJK Chung Hwa (80 lots), Likas Bay road in front of All Saint, Lok Yuk and St. Agnes School (300 lots), Likas Public Park (100 lots), Koperasi Pembangunan Desa (300 lots), Sabah Trade Centre (350 lots), Wisma Perindustrian (288 lots), Maksak (80 lots) and Likas Driving Range (296 lots).
He said the police have also identified 143 lots for VIP motorists in front of the multipurpose hall, Likas Sport Stadium for the event.
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