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Traffic Advisory for Downtown Days: Fri 7 Oct 2016

See Also: Your ColumbiaMagazine.com Guide to the 2016 Squarecrows including MAP and other Downtown Days information


By Ed Waggener

Columbia Chief of Police Jason Cross sends this advisory for Downtown Traffic today, Friday, October 7, 2016:
  • Vendors may start setting up at 1:30pmCT. But the Square will be open for School Buses to pass through town. This is an Early Release Friday. Buses will leave the campus at 1:45pmCT, today.
  • At approximately 2pm-2:15pmCT, The Square and incoming streets will be blocked off at Reed Street on Jamestown Street; at Fortune Street on Burkesville Street; at Monroe Street on Greensburg Street, and at Reed Street/Merchant Street on Campbellsville Street
Merchants and other downtown business and professional people are encouraged to make note of the times above and move vehicles to appropriate areas prior to the shutdown. After the streets are blocked only foot traffic will be allowed in the Downtown Days area, except for authorized vehicles.



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