This is the third day of a five-day State funeral for the former President and Prime Minister who died on April 9.
The ecumenical service at NAPA today is scheduled to begin at 9.30 a.m.
The service will be preceded by the procession of a military cortege with full honors, from the Clark and Battoo Funeral Home to NAPA.
The route from the funeral home will proceed east along Tragarete Road, south along St Vincent Street, east along Independence Square, north along Abercromby Street, East along Knox Street, and North along Frederick Street on to the NAPA.
Following the ecumenical service, Robinson’s body will lie in state at NAPA’s Eastern lobby until 3 p.m.
The body will then be escorted to the Ulric Cross Air Station by coach, with full police security and outrider escort.
The move from NAPA will proceed south along Frederick Street, east along South Quay, on to the Eastern Main Road (EMR), the Priority Bus Route (PBR) in the vicinity of Citrus Growers Association, east along the PBR, east along the EMR at Five Rivers Junction, Arouca, south along Golden Grove Road, east along the Churchill-Roosevelt Highway, south along BWIA Boulevard, into the Ulric Cross Air Station.
The body will then be flown to Tobago for another ecumenical service and internment.