Noida Police issues advisory as Delhi bans entry of goods vehicles

Noida Traffic Police has issued a new traffic advisory. (Representative)

Noida:

The Noida Traffic Police on Wednesday issued an advisory banning the entry of heavy and medium class goods vehicles into Delhi and suggesting alternate routes for those traveling elsewhere via the Peripheral Expressway.

The advisory comes in the wake of high pollution levels in Delhi and its adjoining region, as schools and colleges were closed till further orders and construction activities were halted in the national capital except in a few cases.

Noida Traffic Police said that the general public is informed that in compliance with the directions of the Air Quality Management Commission in the adjoining capital region and adjoining areas, heavy and medium goods vehicles (except essential commodities) issued till November 21 will be prohibited. will be issued strictly. Entry barred in Delhi

Heavy and medium goods vehicles have been diverted from Chilla, DND, Kalindi Kunj, Ashok Nagar and Jhandupura border to other places via Delhi.

“Heavy and medium goods vehicles moving from the Yamuna Expressway to elsewhere via Delhi will be able to travel from Zero Point to their destination via the Peripheral Expressway via Pari Chowk,” the traffic police said.

“Heavy and medium goods vehicles passing through DND border from Noida to Delhi will be able to take U-turn from DND toll plaza to reach their destination via Peripheral Expressway,” it said.

According to the advisory, all such vehicles going from Noida to Delhi via Chilla border will be able to take a U-turn at Chilla Red Light to reach their destination via peripheral route.

All such goods vehicles going from Noida to Delhi via Kalindi Kunj will be able to take a U-turn from Gaushala intersection at the end of Mahamaya flyover to their destination via Peripheral Expressway.

“Heavy and medium goods vehicles traveling from Noida to New Ashok Nagar will be able to take a U-turn from New Ashok Nagar border to reach their destination via Peripheral Expressway,” the advisory said.

“Heavy and medium cargo vehicles traveling from Noida to Jhandupura will be able to take a U-turn from Jhandupura border to reach their destination via peripheral route,” it said.

The traffic police asked commuters to use alternate routes to avoid inconvenience and sought cooperation of all drivers to ensure implementation of orders related to controlling pollution in the nearby capital region.

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