Facts on highway diversions in Delhi, Noida

The Delhi Traffic Police issued an advisory about website traffic preparations and constraints in put to aid the sleek conduct of rehearsals of Republic Day Parade.

Route diversions will be in place on January 22-23 and January 25-26 for heavy goods carriers on roads top from Noida to Delhi, the Gautam Buddh Nagar Targeted visitors Law enforcement mentioned.

The diversions will be set in place in look at of whole-dress parade rehearsal for Republic Day and then the real parade on January 26 in the nationwide money, it reported.

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The diversions will be in location from 10 pm on January 22 until 1.30 pm the future working day and then on January 25 until January 26 for the identical time duration, the targeted visitors law enforcement reported in a assertion.

The Joint Commissioner of Police (Targeted traffic) Manish Kumar Agrawal stated that in get to facilitate the uninterrupted motion of parade on Rajpath, there will be constraints on the motion of visitors crossings at Rafi Marg, Janpath and Man Singh Road from 9 am to 12 pm on the rehearsal times.Rajpath from Vijay Chowk to India Gate will also continue to be closed for site visitors, he reported.

Motion of large goods carriers in the direction of Delhi will be wholly banned from the Delhi-Noida Direct (DND) flyway, the Kalindi Kunj route, though the Chilla border will remain out of use owing to the ongoing farmers’ protest there, it said.

Movement of weighty carriers will remain banned through the option New Ashok Nagar and Kondli routes much too in the course of this diversion period, the law enforcement said.

There will be no restriction on mild autos, even so, throughout this period, the law enforcement included.

In the meantime, a total of 38 Indian Air Force (IAF) aircraft and four helicopters of the Indian Army will participate in the flypast at the Republic Day parade on January 26 this year.

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