PSP warns of traffic conditions and disruptions today in Algés due to a concert


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Portuguese police have warned of traffic restrictions and blackouts in the Algeciras region between 9pm today and 2am Wednesday, due to the Maroon 5 concert.

In a statement, the Lisbon Metropolitan Command of the Public Security Police (PSP) said that traffic will be cut off on the CRIL/IC17 in the downhill lane, between the Miraflores crossroads and the traffic circle near Av Brasília, between 9pm and 2am.

The Public Security Police also says that road traffic will be restricted on Av Brasília, the marginal avenue between Algés and Alto da Boa Viagem, the CRIL/IC17 viaduct (Algés) and Praça D. Manuel I.

According to PSP, traffic on Highway 5, National Road 117/Belém and National Road 6-3 Alto da Boa Viagem should be preferred.

PSP reports that the Oeiras police division is committed to providing security for the concert by North American band Maroon 5, at the Passeio Marítimo de Algés, in Oeiras.

“Given the scale of the event and the fact that around 25,000 people are expected to attend, the festival will benefit from the security of the Public Security Police, which will provide a security system focused on prevention and proactivity, using the various skills of the Public Security Police,” the police also said.

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