Delhi Traffic Alert! There will be vehicular traffic on these routes from October 18

According to the notice, traffic on other roads in central Delhi, including Janpath, Ashoka Road, and Barakhamba Road, will remain affected from October 18-21 as the city hosts Interpol’s 90th annual general meeting in Pragati Maidan.

The Delhi traffic police shared the information on their official Twitter account. “Traffic Notice: Elaborate arrangements have been made for regular traffic in the city ahead of Interpol’s ’90th Annual General Assembly’ in Pragati Maidan October 18-21, 2022. People are advised to plan their trip accordingly.” , the police tweeted.

Delegations from 195 countries will attend the event, he said, adding that Prime Minister Narendra Modi will inaugurate it on October 18 and Union Interior Minister Amit Shah will speak at the closing ceremony on October 21.

In accordance with the traffic notice, delegates will stay in seven hotels: The Lalit, The Imperial, Shangri La, Le Meridien, The Oberoi, Hyatt Regency and The Ashok and will travel to Pragati Maidan, Jawaharlal Nehru stadium and the airport . , Various traffic measures will be taken to ensure the smooth transport of delegates.

Traffic volume on Ashoka Road, Janpath, Firoz Shah Road, Barakhamba Road, Sikandra Road, Mathura Road, Bhairon Road, Subramaniam Bharti Marg, Dr Zakir Hussain Marg, Rajesh Pilot Marg, Dr APJ Abdul Kalam Marg, Kamal Ataturk Marg, Panchs Margheel , Shantipath, Mahatma Gandhi Marg, Maharishi Raman Marg, Bhisma Pitamah Marg, Sardar Patel Marg, Dhaula Kuan Flyover, Gurgaon Road, Mehram Nagar Tunnel, Aerocity and T3 Approach Road would be regulated, according to the notice.

Traffic police said commuters traveling in and around the New Delhi district may experience delays and may wish to consider alternative routes during the specified period.

Traffic police said it was important to reduce the volume of traffic on New Delhi district roads and that it could be achieved with the support of businesses, organizations and individuals.

“Non-essential staff may be directed to work from home, staff may be asked to use public transport and working hours may be reduced. People can go by bus for the inevitable travel plans. and they can collaborate by using subway trains, postponing avoidable travel plans and bypassing the streets beneath the New Delhi district, “the notice reads.

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