Police to Close Certain Streets on Labor Day in Puerto Rico To Mitigate Protesting

We Puerto Ricans love a large vocal protest.  How else to make our voice heard against corruption and other problems?

Police to Close Certain Streets on Labor Day

Police to Close Certain Streets on Labor Day

By on April 30, 2020

In Attempt to Prevent Expected Protests

SAN JUAN – The Puerto Rico Police Bureau said Thursday it was closing several roadways Friday, May 1, which is International Workers Day, also known as Labor Day and May Day.

According to a police release, the island’s union organizations have called on their members and the public to participate in various protests on May 1.

“In order to preserve and maintain a safe environment, both for protesters and for all citizens who transit or visit the municipality of San Juan,” the following roads will be closed Thursday afternoon and Friday.

Milla de Oro (Golden Mile) banking district in Hato Rey

Juan Ponce de León Avenue in front of the Liberty building

Carlos Chardón Avenue and Escuela Libre de Música intersection

Luis Muñoz Rivera Avenue and Alterial B Avenue (detour for Highway 25).

Luis Muñoz Rivera Avenue – (Alterial B)

México Street close to Liberty Buiding, detour to Uruguay and Chile streets

Bolivia Street at MCS Plaza; detour to Uruguay Street

Street between Hato Rey Center and AON Center buildings

Franklin D. Roosevelt Avenue, Chile Street intersection, detour to Barbosa Avenue

Juan Ponce de León Avenue and Alhambra Street intersection

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