Udayavni Special

KSRTC buses, few heavy vehicles can now ply on Charmadi Ghat


Team Udayavani, Mar 18, 2021, 11:31 AM IST

Chikkamagaluru: District Deputy Commissioner K N Ramesh has permitted the movement of few heavy vehicles on Charmadi Ghat.

The traffic restrictions on heavy vehicles were in place after massive landslides hit Charmadi Ghat one-and-a-half years ago. While the movement of light vehicles had been permitted following road repairs, movement of heavy vehicles, including buses was banned.

As per the recent circular issued by the DC, KSRTC buses (normal), six-wheel lorries, tempo travellers, ambulances, cars, jeeps, minivans and two-wheelers will be allowed on the Charmadi Ghat while the restrictions will remain in place for bullet tankers, ship cargo containers, long chassis vehicles, trucks, multi-axle trucks, KSRTC Rajahamsa and heavy-loaded goods vehicles.

Udayavani is now on Telegram. Click here to join our channel and stay updated with the latest news.

Top News

NIA arrests Lashikar-e-Taiba recruiter in Kashmir

2020 Delhi riots: Court grants bail to Umar Khalid

Karnataka sees biggest single day jump of 14,738 COVID-19 cases, 66 deaths

Google Earth adds time lapse video to depict climate change

Donations for Ram temple: About 15,000 collected bank cheques bounce

Sudhakar warns private hospitals of strict action if they do not reserve beds for COVID patients

Amid COVID-19 and climate change, world leaders call for urgent action on adolescent wellbeing




Related Articles More

Karnataka sees biggest single day jump of 14,738 COVID-19 cases, 66 deaths

Sudhakar warns private hospitals of strict action if they do not reserve beds for COVID patients

Bantwal: Man held for refilling, selling empty gas cylinders

Covid second wave: Slash down property tax, electricity bills, requests B’luru hotels owners

Mangaluru: Fire breaks out at income tax office due to short circuit

MUST WATCH

Mangaluru: Fire breaks out at income tax office due to short circuit

Udayavani Exclusive | Dr Dinesh Shetty on COVID-19 second wave

Charukottige: Kuruvadi pond dries up completely

Udayavani 15-April-2021 News Bulletin

Mangaluru: Serial robbery at Moodbidri, Mulki, Bajpe; 6 more arrested

Latest Additions

BCCI Central Contracts: Virat, Rohit, Bumrah remain in top bracket; Pandya promoted to grade A

NIA arrests Lashikar-e-Taiba recruiter in Kashmir

2020 Delhi riots: Court grants bail to Umar Khalid

Karnataka sees biggest single day jump of 14,738 COVID-19 cases, 66 deaths

Google Earth adds time lapse video to depict climate change

Thanks for visiting Udayavani

You seem to have an Ad Blocker on.
To continue reading, please turn it off or whitelist Udayavani.