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Delhi traffic advisory: Routes recommended and routes to avoid

Delhi traffic advisory: Routes recommended and routes to avoid

As per the latest news reports, multiple farmer associations, predominantly from Uttar Pradesh, Haryana, and Punjab, are currently en route to the Capital to demand legislation ensuring Minimum Support Price (MSP) for their agricultural products, a precondition they had stipulated upon agreeing to end their protest in 2021.
For this, the Delhi Traffic Police has issued a traffic advisory, informing commuters about restrictions on vehicle movement at three entry points to the national capital.

For those traveling to the Capital, here are the recommended routes:

Delhi traffic advisory: Routes recommended and routes to avoid

– Cars and Light Goods Vehicles (LGVs) heading towards Sonipat, Karnal, or Panipat via NH-44 should take exit 1 (NH-44) Alipur cut to Shani Mandir, then proceed to Palla Bakhtawarpur Road Y-Point to Dahisara Village Road, following a two-lane stretch to MCD toll Dahisara and continuing to Jatti Kalan road to Singhu Stadium, ultimately reaching NH-44 towards Sonipat in Haryana.
– Alternatively, pele will have the option to take exit number-2 at the NH-44 DSIIDC intersection, heading towards Harish Chander Hospital Red Light. From there, continue to Sector-A/5 red light, proceed to Ramdev Chowk, and further navigate to Piau Maniyari Border (entering Haryana) in the direction of NH-44.- Interstate buses traveling via NH-44 towards northern cities such as Sonipat, Karnal, and Panipatwill be redirected through alternative paths involving Majnu Ka Tilla, ISBT, Signature Bridge, Loni Border, Khajuri Chowk, and the KMP Expressway via Khekra.

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– Heavy Goods Vehicles traveling on NH-44 are recommended to use exit number 2 on NH-44 to access Auchandi Border, then advance towards the KMP Expressway through Saidpur Chowki. Those heading towards Bahadurgarh and Rohtak are advised to take the Outer Ring Road from Mukarba Chowk to Madhuban Chowk, then proceed to Jaunti Border/Nizampur Border. Upon entering the village of Bamnoli in Haryana, they should continue their journey via Nahra-Nahari road to reach Bahadurgarh road.

– For traffic heading to Ghaziabad from Delhi at the Ghazipur Border (Delhi-UP), it is recommended to take the Pushta road near Akshardham temple, then follow the route along Patparganj Road, Mother Dairy Road, Chaudhary Charan Singh Marg, Anand Vihar ISBT, and exit through Maharajpur or Apsara border (Ghaziabad). Moreover, those planning to travel to Haryana via NH-44 can opt for the Eastern Peripheral Expressway-Rai Cut (NH-44).

– Cars and Light Goods Vehicles (LGVs) destined for Bahadurgarh, Rohtak, and surrounding areas are recommended to take exit number 2 DSIIDC cut towards Bawana road. From there, follow the route to Kanjhawala T-Point, then to Kanjhawala Chowk via Sahib Singh Verma Road to Jhanda Chowk/Ghevra. Take a right at Nizampur Border via Sawda Village to reach the Bahadurgarh Connecting NH-9.

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– Alternatively, they can also opt for the Outer Ring Road from Mukarba Chowk to Madhuban Chowk, then proceed to Bhagwan Mahavir Road to Rithala, Pansali Chowk, Helipad, UER-ll, Kanjhawala Road-Karala T-Point, Kanjhawala Chowk, Jaunti Village, and Jaunti Border/Nizampur Border. After entering Haryana’s Village Bamnoli, continue further via Nahra-Nahari Road to reach Bahadurgarh Road.

– Commercial vehicles moving toward Bahadurgarh and Rohtak via Rohtak Road are advised to use Najafgarh-Nangloi Road from Nangloi Chowk, entering Haryana via Najafgarh-Jharoda Border.

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– Those travelling from Punjabi Bagh are advised to make a left turn at Peeragarhi Chowk, proceeding along Najafgarh Road. Subsequently, turn right at Uttam Nagar Chowk, pass through Dwarka Mor and Tura Mandi, and continue onto Najafgarh Firni Road. Take a left at Chhawla Stand, followed by a right turn at Dhansa Stand. Then, make another right turn at Bahadurgarh Stand, followed by a left turn onto Najafgarh Bahadurgarh Road, passing through Jharoda Village and ultimately reaching Jharoda Border to reach Bahadurgarh.