M’luru: Vehicular traffic diversion for 40 days from today
Team Udayavani, Oct 1, 2020, 1:02 PM IST
Mangaluru: Temporary diversion of vehicular traffic has been brought into effect from today (October 1) for a period of 40 days i.e. November 29 in order to facilitate the Smart City works at Car Street in the city here.
In view of the works to be undertaken from Lord Venkataramana temple junction to Balaji Junction, city police commissioner Vikas Kumar Vikash asked people to take note of the traffic diversions as detailed below.
- Buses plying on State Bank-Car Street-Kudroli-Mannagudda route will have to take alternative route via clock tower, Hampankatta, K S Rao Road, Navbharat Circle, Dongerkery Road, New Chitra Junction and move towards Mannagudda.
- Heavy, light and other goods vehicles coming from Bunder have to move from Bunder Junction, Azizuddin Road, Lower Car Street, Balaji Junction, New Chitra Junction and Mannagudda.
- Vehicles moving towards Bunder via Lower Car Street from Ladyhill direction should take left turn at Durgamahal Junction and move via Ballalbagh Junction, Bunts Hostel, Hampankatta and A B Shetty circle.
- Ban on movement of heavy goods vehicle coming towards Navbharat Circle from New Chitra Junction.
Apart from these diversions, the commissioner has prohibited roadside parking of vehicles from new Chitra Junction to Navbharat circle and from Srinivasa Hotel Junction to Om Mahal Junction till the work is in progress. As many as 61 areas, including Balmatta and Karangalpady, have been declared as no parking zones as per an order issued by the city commissioner.
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