Traffic curbs, special checking during New Year fete
Travel Buses, Lorries and Heavy Vehicles shall not be allowed in Hyderabad City limits, till 0200 hrs of Jan 1.
Hyderabad, Dec 30 (Maxim News): To maintain public order, Hyderabad police have imposed several restrictions on party-goers celebrating the New Year.
All flyovers in the city would be closed for traffic on the night of December 31 announced City Police Commissioner M Mahender Reddy here on Friday.
Vehicular traffic will not be allowed on the NTR Marg, Necklace Road and Upper Tankbund from 2200 hrs. to 0200 hrs on the intervening night of Dec 31 and Jan 1
Public are requested to take the following alternate routes: Vehicular traffic coming from the V.V.Statue towards Necklace Road and NTR Marg will be diverted at the V.V. Statue towards Khairatabad and Rajbhavan Road.
Vehicular traffic coming from BRK Bhavan towards NTR Marg will be diverted towards Iqbal Minar, Lakadikapul, Ayodhya. Traffic coming from Liberty Jn. towards Secunderabad will be diverted at the MCH Office Y Jn, towards BRK Bhavan, Telugu Talli, Iqbal Minar, Ravindra Bharathi, Lakdikapul and Ayodhya. Traffic coming from Khairatabad Market to go towards Necklace Rotary will be diverted at Khairatabad towards Meera Talkies lane.
The Mint compound lane adjacent to Secretariat will be closed for general vehicular traffic.
Vehicular traffic coming from Nallagutta Railway Bridge will not be allowed towards Sanjeevaiah Park and Necklace Road and will be diverted towards Karbala Maidan or Ministers Road. Traffic coming from Secunderabad will be diverted at the Sailing Club towards Kavadiguda X Roads, Lower Tankbund, Kattamaisamma Temple, left turn & Ashok Nagar, RTC X Roads.
The traffic police of Hyderabad City will undertake extensive checks to curb Drunken driving with Breath Analyzers; Rash and Negligent driving; Over speeding and Triple riding on two-wheelers and other traffic violations in the interest of public order and safety. Commissioner requested citizens to co-operate with the police personnel on duty. (Maxim News)
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