Monday, April 29 2013 @ 01:40 PM EDT
Contributed by: Staff Journalist
The Chief of the Traffic Police, Elmer Martínez said, they will invert the left lane going towards the interior of the country and placed it toward the city, the change starts from the dairy product shop "Quesos Chela" and ends in La Espiga, Chorrera.
At approximately 10:00 am. a 50 traffic police units, six motorcycle patrols and two patrol vehicles will be in the streets placing traffic cones in case of a crash or collision for security measures.
The Chief said, at the moment, there is no exact number of how many vehicles have traveled inland, but the estimated amount is of about 52 000 vehicles. According to the chief, no significant accident has occurred.
Martínez recommended drivers to support traffic units during their return and if there are any doubts, look for an inspector and do not stop suddenly, because it can cause accidents.
He also asked the population to not drive recklessly and pass red lights and to not go over the speed limit. (Panama America)