LNP Restructures ‘No Go Zone’ Restrictions for Motorcyclists

The Liberia National Police (LNP) has restructured its ‘No Go Zone’ restriction which is expected to come into force on next Wednesday, May 15, 2024.

The LNP took the decision on Thursday, May 9, 2024, through its Inspector General, Hon. Gregory O. W. Coleman following a fruitful meeting with the Vice President of the Republic of Liberia, H.E. Jeremiah K. Koung, and Heads of the Federation of motorcycle and tricycle unions at the Capitol Building, in Monrovia.

In the restructured restrictions, motorcyclists plying from ELWA to Broad Street must be in compliance with the following;

~ That the May 15, 2024 ‘No Go Zone’ restriction for motorcyclists plying from Red Light to Freeport still stands.

~That all bikes must be registered at the Ministry of Transport and insure them.

~All motorcyclists are to operate with only one passenger along with helmets worn.

~That motorbikes at all times ply the streets with reflective jackets, protective shoes and a pair of view mirrors.

~That all bike operators must be Eighteen (18) years and above.

The Liberia National Police through its leadership has also given a Three-month grace period to motorcyclists to regularize their status according to a press release signed by DCP. Cecelia G. Clarke, Chief of Press and Public Affairs Division Liberia National Police.

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