Truro police: Watch for traffic delays and detours on Sunday

Town's annual agricultural fest to snarl traffic

TRURO - Truro police are cautioning motorists to plan ahead Sunday during the annual Truro Agricultural Fair. There will be heavy traffic in the area of Truro center during the popular annual event. Although the event is planned for 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., additional traffic should be expected an hour before and after the fair, police said.

While the fair is going on, the following lane restrictions and road closures will be in effect:

  • Traffic around the Pamet Road ramps on Route 6 will be heavy
  • South Pamet Road will be closed to vehicle traffic from under the Route 6 overpass to the intersection with Truro Center Road
  • Parking in the Jams parking lot will be open to customers of Jams, Kinlin Grover and Mac's Seafood Market only
  • Traffic on Castle Road will be one way between the Veterans Memorial and Bridge Road to accommodate parking
  • Staff will be on hand to help direct vehicle and pedestrian traffic in the area

Additionally, motorists should expect delays on roads surrounding the event including Truro Center Road, Depot Road and Castle Road.

The Truro Agricultural Fair is held annually to celebrate local agriculture, aquaculture, fishing and farming. There will be fresh local produce and fish, delicious food for purchase, live music and fun activities for children including a pie eating contest. The fair will be at 7 Truro Center Road. Visit the website here for additional information.


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