New Delhi: It seems like you’ve provided detailed information about the traffic and movement restrictions that will be in place during the G20 summit in Delhi from September 8-10. The rules and guidelines mentioned are designed to manage traffic flow, ensure security, and facilitate the smooth functioning of the international conference. Here’s a summary of the key points you’ve mentioned:
Traffic Rules and Guidelines during G20 Summit in Delhi:
- Vehicles with destinations in other states will be diverted to the Eastern and Western Peripheral Expressways or other alternate routes. They won’t be allowed entry into Delhi.
- Goods vehicles (trucks or small vehicles) won’t be allowed entry into Delhi, except for vehicles carrying essential supplies like milk, vegetables, fruits, and medical goods.
- Buses coming from other states will be permitted to enter Delhi but must stop only on the Ring Road, without proceeding beyond it.
- Buses already present in Delhi will be allowed to ply on the road network beyond Ring Road and towards the borders of the national capital, eventually leaving the city.
- Normal traffic, commercial vehicles, and buses already in Delhi will be allowed on the road network on the Ring Road and beyond the Ring Road towards the borders of Delhi.
- Taxis will be allowed to ply on road networks outside New Delhi district. Taxis carrying people with hotel bookings within New Delhi district will be allowed to ply within it.
- Movement of passengers will be allowed till Delhi Airport, New Delhi, and Old Delhi Railway Stations. Commuters are advised to follow suggested routes and plan accordingly.
- Traffic entering New Delhi district will be regulated.
- Delhi residents and authorized vehicles will be allowed to move within New Delhi district. Essential service vehicles will be allowed after verification.
- Normal traffic except goods vehicles and buses will be allowed to enter Delhi from Rajokri border and will be diverted through specific routes.
- Goods vehicles, city buses, and interstate buses will be allowed to stop at specific points.
- The entire New Delhi district will be treated as ‘Containment Zone-I’ during the summit.
- The area inside the Ring Road will be considered a ‘Regulated Zone,’ allowing specific vehicles and residents.
- Certain roads and junctions will be designated as ‘Controlled Area-II’ during specific hours.
- Access to certain places will be restricted due to traffic rules during the summit.
Medical Emergency Vehicles:
Dedicated ambulance assistance control rooms and emergency vehicle support teams will be set up. A contact number has been provided for emergency vehicle support.
Recommendations for Travelers:
Travelers are advised not to travel to places falling within the ‘Controlled Area’ and ‘Regulated Zone.’
These rules and guidelines are important for maintaining security and facilitating the G20 summit. Individuals should follow the instructions provided by local authorities and the traffic police to ensure a smooth and safe experience during the summit.