In light of the ongoing farmers’ protest in Delhi, the Gautam Buddh Nagar Police Commissionerate has issued a comprehensive traffic advisory to manage the potential disruptions on Tuesday. The advisory outlines measures including intensive checks by both Delhi Police and Gautam Buddha Nagar Police.
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Farmers Protest – Barriers for Traffic Control: Strategic Placement on Gautam Buddha Nagar-Delhi Borders
To effectively handle the anticipated increase in traffic pressure, barriers will be strategically placed on all borders stretching from Gautam Buddha Nagar to Delhi. This proactive approach allows for dynamic traffic diversion as needed, ensuring smoother flow and enhanced control.
Goods Vehicle Ban on Specific Routes: Alternative Paths Recommended
A ban on the arrival of all types of goods vehicles on routes from Yamuna Expressway to Delhi, Noida-Greater Noida Expressway, and Sirsa to Surajpur via Parichowk has been enforced. Drivers seeking alternative routes can opt for the following:
Farmers Protest – Chilla Border to Delhi:
Route: Sector 14A flyover via Golchakkar Chowk Sector 15, Sandeep Paper Mill Chowk, Jhundpura Chowk.
DND Border to Delhi:
Route: Elevated via Filmcity flyover, Sector 18.
Farmers Protest – Kalindi Border to Delhi:
Route: Via Sector 37 through Mahamaya fly Over.
Yamuna Expressway to Delhi:
Route: Get down from Jewar Toll towards Khurja, reach the destination via Jahangirpur.
Farmers Protest – Sirsa, Parichowk to Delhi:
Route: After getting off the Peripheral Expressway, reach the destination via Dadri, Dasna instead of getting down at Sirsa.
Emergency Vehicle Protocol: Ensuring Safe Transit During Diversion
In the event of diversions, special attention will be given to emergency vehicles, ensuring they reach their destinations safely. This proactive traffic management approach aims to minimize inconvenience and maintain order during the ongoing farmers’ protest.