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Traffic regulation of Gachibauri from January 10th to 19th

Hyderabad: Authorities have announced traffic restrictions in the Gachibowli area as Greater Hyderabad Municipal Corporation will work on the construction of girders nearby. Outer ring road Junction.

In this regard, the road from Gachibauri Junction to Biodiversity Junction and vice versa, including Gachibauri Flyover, will be temporarily closed for 10 nights from January 10th to January 19th. Will be done. Limits apply from 11:00 pm to 6:00 am. ..

The following traffic detours are planned to facilitate the above tasks:

  • Traffic from Huffy’s Pet to Trichowki via the Kosaguda Highway is detoured via Rolling Hills Road-Runky Towers-AIG Hospitals Road-Mindspace Junction-Biodiversity Junction.
  • Traffic from Lingampally to Toli Chowki is diverted via ORR – Nankramguda – Khajaguda.
  • Traffic from RGIA to Toli Chowki on the ORR makes a U-turn at Gachibowli Junction and detours via ORR-Nanakramguda – Khajaguda.
  • Traffic from Tolichowki to Lingampally detours from Khajaguda Junction towards Delhi Public School – Nanakramguda Rotary – I & Rotary – II – Right Turn Ramp ORR – Turn Left towards Gachibowli Junction.
  • Traffic from Torichoki to Ringan Parry if it reaches the bio directly – the diversity junction is detoured from the biodiversity forward IKEA – Meenakshi Signal – AIG Hospital, Gachibowli – Rolling Hills – U Turn – Left Turn at Radison – DLF Road – IIIT Signal U Turn – Ringan Parry Road.
  • A temporary median strip opening will be created near the Cyber ​​abad in the CP office to take advantage of the traffic between the Gachibauri Junction and the NCB Junction. Vehicles between these junctions can use two internal roads, the Babkan Lane and the Nasr School Lane, which connect the Gachibauri Road and the AIG Road.

Traffic police have requested that commuters work with them to plan their trips accordingly.

https://www.siasat.com/hyderabad-traffic-restrictions-in-gachibowli-from-10-19-january-2255070/ Traffic regulation of Gachibauri from January 10th to 19th

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