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Delhi Traffic Police Issues Special Advisory, Lists Routes To Avoid From 4 PM To 8 PM

Commuters are urged to avoid these roads and use public transport, especially Metro services. They are requested to cooperate by bypassing these areas if possible and to plan extra time for their journeys.

Edited By : Aniket Raj | Updated: May 20, 2024 10:48 IST
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The Delhi Traffic Police has released an advisory for Monday, informing commuters that vehicle movement will be impacted on certain roads between 4pm and 8pm.

Due to special traffic arrangements on 20.05.2024, movement of general traffic will be regulated on the following roads and junctions from 4:00 PM to 8:00 PM, the Delhi Traffic Police said in a post on X.

The following routes will be affected:

  • Mehrauli – Badarpur Road (from Khanpur to Karni Singh Shooting Range)
  • Entire Alaknanda Road/ Indermohan Bhardwaj Marg
  • Outer Ring Road (from Savitri Flyover to Chirag Delhi)
  • Ravidas Marg (from Hamdard to Tara T-Point)
  • Internal Roads around DDA Park Sangam Vihar

The traffic advisory advises commuters to avoid these routes and use public transport for travel.

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Commuters are asked to help by avoiding or bypassing the listed roads, if feasible, and by utilizing public transport, particularly Metro services, to the fullest extent. Additionally, the public is advised to allow ample time when scheduling road trips on the mentioned routes and intersections.

The advisory also urged motorists to remain patient during anticipated traffic congestion and to “adhere to traffic rules and road discipline, and follow directions from traffic personnel stationed at all intersections.”

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First published on: May 20, 2024 10:01 AM IST

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