As part of the 51st Congregation of the University of Cape Coast, which is scheduled for Monday, 27th May, 2019 to Friday, 31st May, 2019, the following Traffic Management and Control Measure would be implemented to ensure the full success of the programme:
- All commercial buses entering the University from the East Gate would be directed to park at the Casford Park (Field).
- All private cars coming from the East Gate and Old Site are to park at the New Administration Car park.
- All visitors and graduands coming from the Cape Coast Sports Stadium direction are also requested to park at the new car park opposite the University Interdenominational Church (UIC).
- All vehicles going to Amamoma from the Stadium end are requested to turn left at the UIC junction to Sasakawa, Casford Traffic Light, and Science Roundabout to Amamoma.
- All vehicles approaching the Science Traffic Light from Amamoma are requested to turn right.
- All vehicles from Amamoma to Akotokyir, Kwaprow, Stadium and Abura are to turn right at the Science Traffic Light to the Science Roundabout, Casford Traffic Light, University Practice Senior High School (UPSHS), Kobina Sekyi Road or 124 (UNICAT) and link up the Agric barrier road.
- All staff are requested to park at the LLT, SDS and Social Science Car parks.
- All members of Convocation are requested to park at the Institute of Education car park.
- All invited guests are requested to park at the School of Medical Sciences (SMS) car park.
All vehicles going to the College of Distance Education (CoDE) are requested to use the Kwaprow road.
All photographers would be allocated a tent at the Old Congregation Ground. Any unauthorized tent would be dismantled.
All food vendors would be located at the Casford Park.
Police Motor Traffic and Transport Unit (MTTU) and Security Guards would be positioned at various check points to ensure strict adherence of the traffic control measures.
NB: Members of the University Community are kindly requested to carry in their vehicle any form of University identity for easy identification by the traffic control officers.