Saturday, February 23, 2008

Traffic curbs for 45 days...

Traffic curbs for 45 days...
DH News Service,Bangalore:
The BBMP have taken up the construction of underpass at the T Chowdaiah Road-Palace Cross Road Junction (BDA Junction), from Sunday, because of which only a small portion of road will be available for the traffic...

The BBMP have taken up the construction of underpass at the T Chowdaiah Road-Palace Cross Road Junction (BDA Junction), from Sunday, because of which only a small portion of road will be available for the traffic. The proposed time for completion is 45 days. The Bangalore traffic police have introduced the following diversions from Sunday, till the work is finished.

* Heavy vehicles like KSRTC, APSRTC, private buses and trucks plying on Bellary Road from Mekhri circle towards Cauvery junction and palace cross junction will be diverted on Bellary Road at the Up Ramp point to move on Up Ramp and turn left at Mekhri circle towards CV Raman Road and move towards BHEL junction- Maramma circle- 18th Cross Malleshwaram and on to Margosa Road. Light motor vehicles (LMVs) and BMTC buses can come up to Cauvery Junction and have to turn left on Palace Cross Road at the Palace Cross Junction.

* LMVs coming from Windsor Manor junction are allowed to move towards Mekhri circle at the Palace Cross junction. Heavy vehicles will be diverted from Majestic and will not be allowed to ply on that road. Auto-rickshaws and LMVs can turn left at Railway Parallel Road and proceed further.

* Vehicles coming from Mekhri circle are allowed only up to Palace Cross and not till the Windsor Manor junction. All traffic will be diverted to the left on Palace Cross Road-Mount Carmel College, Railway under-bridge and on to Palace Road towards High Grounds police station junction.

* The stretch of V S Raju Road from Serpentine Road junction up to Palace Cross Junction will be No-Entry. LMVs can move on Serpentine Road Junction and join Railway Parallel Road.

* At PG Halli circle, all the heavy vehicles are compulsorily directed towards NTI Compound corner road at the 1st Main Sheshadripuram from Swastik Junction and to join T Chowdaiah Road. Light vehicles may head to 2nd Main PG Halli or move towards T Chowdaiah Road.

* LMVs coming from Malleshwaram over Link Road are diverted at 2nd Main Seshadripuram or Sirur Park Road and on to join Subedar Chatram Road. Further it can take turn left on Subedar Chatram Road and join Swastik Junction.

* Heavy vehicles on Link Road are diverted at Malleshwaram area to move on Link road and turn left towards Sirur Park Road and join SC Road junction at Nataraj Theatre and turn left.

* The diverted heavy vehicles coming from Anand Rao circle to Swastik junction should move on to 1st Main Road Sheshadripuram and further join T Chowdaiah Road via Jataka Stand junction.

* Subedar Chatram Road stretch from Rajiv Gandhi junction up to Swastik Junction is made two-way.

* The diverted heavy vehicles have to take left turn on SC Road and move towards Swastik Junction.

* All vehicles proceeding towards High Grounds police station junction and on to Avinash Petrol Bunk and further are diverted at Basaveshwara circle towards Miller Road LRDE junction, Chandrika junction and on to Udaya TV Junction.

* There is no entry for all vehicles at High Grounds PS Junction. Vehicles coming from Avinash Petrol Bunk have to compulsorily turn left and move on to LRDE Junction.

* Vehicles coming from Thimmaiah Road, going towards 1st Main Road Vasanthanagar is diverted towards Jayamahal Road via Railway Under Bridge at Udaya TV Junction. Traffic coming from Chandrika junction taking left turn is diverted towards Jayamahal junction.

* All the vehicles are diverted towards Cunnigham Road Junction and towards Udaya TV junction at Palace Road and 1st Main Road Vasanthnagar Junction.

* No heavy vehicles will be allowed towards Windsor Manor junction on KK Guest House Road at Shivananda Circle. Similarly heavy vehicles are prohibited to ply towards BDA junction from Windsor Manor Junction.


At Sunday, February 24, 2008 at 1:31:00 PM GMT+5:30, Blogger Leonidas said...

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