Traffic curbs around Durgam Cheruvu for six months
THE HANS INDIA |
Jan 13,2018 , 03:20 AM IST
Hyderabad: In order to facilitate the construction of a four-lane elevated corridor from Jubilee Hills Road No 45 to Durgam Cheruvu in the limits of Madhapur Traffic Police Station, the Cyberabad police have imposed traffic restrictions and diversions for a period of six months with effect from Saturday.
According to a traffic advisory issued on Friday, the traffic coming from Kavuri Hills (Madhapur Law and Order PS) will not be allowed towards Durgam Cheruvu. The traffic has to take left turn towards Art Gallery at Road No 39/44 to proceed towards Durgam Cheruvu and BR Ambedkar Open University.
The traffic coming from Durgam Cheruvu and Nectar Garden has to take right turn at Road No 44/45 in front of Bio Seed building towards the Art Gallery and will not be allowed towards BR Ambedkar Open University and it will be one way.
Traffic going towards Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan from Jubilee Hills will not be allowed two-way and they have to take right turn at Road No 45 to go towards the Art Gallery. All citizens have been requested to cooperate with the Traffic Police during the period of above work and take alternative routes for preventing traffic congestion and ensure smooth flow of traffic.