Delhi Traffic Police holds a rehearsal ahead of the G20 Summit
New Delhi, August 27: Delhi Traffic Unit conducted a full training on Sunday ahead of the upcoming G20 summit in the national capital.
The traffic police also issued an alert regarding traffic diversions on some roads before the exercise.
“Due to the G20 summit exercises to be held on August 26-27, from 9:00 am to 12:30 pm, traffic regulations will be in effect on various roads. Please follow the advice,” Delhi Traffic Police posted on X.
The roads on which the regulations have been made are: Sardar Patel Marg-Panchsheel Marg, Sardar Patel Marg-Kautilya Marg, 11 Murti, Roundabout GKP, C-Hexagon, Zakir Hussain Marg-Subramaniam Bharti Marg, Bhairon Road-Ring Road, Hoshiyar Singh Marg, Satya Marg, Shantipath, Windsor Place, Barakhamba Road Sign, Claridge Roundabout, Under Moti Bagh Bridge, Press Enclave Road – Lal Bahadur Shastri Marg.
Police said, “Apart from that, in order to facilitate the parade rehearsals, there will be regulations on traffic at the following points: Joseph Titu Marg Siri Fort Road, IB flyover, Salim Garh Pass, Shanti Van Chowk, Roundabout Teen Murti, Gol Methi, Mansingh Road, Mathura Road, Yashwant Place, Kautilya, Janpath-Kartavyapath, Tolstoy Marg-Janpath, Vivekananda Marg, Under Lodhi Flyover, Under ChiragDelhi Flyover, Mahatma Gandhi Marg, Rajghat Chowk, and Shershah Road.
The traffic police had indicated earlier that passengers may encounter congestion on these roads and intersections.
Motorists are requested to be patient, observe traffic rules, be disciplined on the road, and follow the instructions of the traffic police personnel deployed at all intersections.
“People are also asked to plan their trip in advance with enough time to avoid inconvenience,” the traffic police said.
The summit is scheduled to be held on September 9-10 at the newly built Bharat Mandapam Convention Center in Pragati Maidan in Delhi under the Presidency of India.
Officials and leaders of the world’s largest economies will begin arriving in the national capital from September 8.
The central government and the Delhi government have announced that all offices and schools will remain closed from September 8 to 10.
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