Traffic Diversions In View Of CM’s Visit To Gandhi Hospital

Traffic Restrictions At Hitec City On August 8

Hyderabad, Aug.6 (Hydnow): In view of the inaugural function of the Independence Day celebrations (Swatantra Bhartha Vajrotsavam) by Chief Minister K. Chandrashekar Rao at HICC on August 8 involving public representatives & officials from across the State, heavy traffic movement is expected on the roads around the venue and surrounding areas.

Therefore, Cyberabad Traffic Police have made extensive arrangements to ensure smooth traffic flow. However, heavy traffic is expected on the following routes on August 8.

Neeru’s Junction – Cyber towers Junction – Metal Charminar Junction – Google (CII) Junction – Kothaguda Junction Road, Metal Charminar Junction – Khanamet Junction – HITEX/HICC/NAC Road, JNTU – Cyber towers – Bio-Diversity Junction, Gachibowli Junction – Botanical Garden Junction – Kothaguda Junction – Kondapur Junction. Hence, the commuters are advised to use suitable alternative roads to avoid traffic congestion.


Traffic from Neeru’s towards Gachibowli Junction may take a diversion at COD (Ayyappa Society, Madhapur) towards Durgam Cheruvu – Inorbit – ITC Kohinoor- IKEA – Bio–Diversity – Gachibowli and vice versa and avoid Cyber Towers Junction. Traffic from Miyapur, Kothaguda, and Hafeezpet areas towards Hitec city – Cyber Towers – Jubilee Hills may use Rolling Hills AIG Hospital – IKEA – Inorbit – Durgam Cheruvu road and avoid Cyber Towers Junction. Traffic from RC Puram, Chandanagar areas towards Madhapur, Gachibowli areas may use BHEL – Nallagandla – HCU – IIIT- Gachibowli Road and avoid Alwyn – Kondapur road.

Restrictions of heavy vehicles: JNTU towards Cyber Towers, Miyapur towards Kothaguda, Kavuri Hills towards Kothaguda, Biodiversity towards Cyber Towers, Narayanamma College towards Gachibowli. The movement of heavy vehicles will be regulated in alternate routes for smooth movement of traffic during the daytime. Hence, all the concerned stakeholders and commuters are requested to follow the above advisory and co-operate with Traffic Police in ensuring a smooth flow of Traffic. (Hydnow)

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