Delhi Traffic Police Issues Special Advisory: Routes to Avoid from 4pm to 8pm

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New Delhi: Commuters in Delhi are advised to plan their routes carefully as the Delhi Traffic Police has issued a special advisory for Monday, indicating disruptions in vehicular movement from 4pm to 8pm.

In a statement posted on social media, the Delhi Traffic Police informed, “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 affected routes include:

  • 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

Commuters are urged to avoid these routes and utilize public transport options for their travel needs.

The advisory emphasized, “Commuters are requested to cooperate by avoiding/bypassing the above-mentioned roads, if possible, and by making maximum use of public transport, especially Metro services.”

Moreover, the general public is advised to allocate sufficient time for their journeys and to adhere to traffic regulations. Motorists are reminded to exercise patience during expected traffic congestion and to follow the guidance of traffic personnel at intersections.

Stay informed and plan your commute accordingly to ensure a smooth travel experience.

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