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Hyderabad: Traffic at Hi-tech City to be diverted for 3 months due to metro works

Hyderabad: Traffic at Hi-tech City to be diverted for 3 months due to metro works
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The traffic heading to Raheja Mindspace from Cyber Towers will be diverted for three months for the construction of metro work between the Hitech city ...

To begin the metro operations at Hi-tech city by the end of this year, the HMR has speeded up the process of completion of metro works which will affect the smooth traffic flow in the area.

In addition to it, the traffic heading to Raheja Mindspace from Cyber Towers will be diverted for three months for the construction of metro work between the Hi-tech city and Raidurgam stations.

The flyover at Cyber towers will also be closed one way for the traffic heading to JNTU. However, commuters going to Cyber Gateway from JNTU can pass through the flyover as another way is opened.

Meanwhile, the traffic coming from Raheja Mindspace towards JNTU route have to take a left at Lemon tree via Deloitte, Tech Mahendra, Hitex and Shilparamam.

Commuters from Madhapur to Raheja Mindspace will have to take left at Cyber Towers via Trident hotel and take left in front of Cyber gateway.

People coming from Mehdipatnam, Tolichowki, Gachibowli, Botanical garden junction, Kothaguda crossroads can take an alternate route from Nanakramguda, Khajaguda.

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