Traffic curbs for VP’s visit

Vice-President Mohammad Hamid Ansari will be in city on Friday. In view of the movement of his convoy, parking of vehicles is prohibited on some routes

Published: 09th February 2017 02:34 AM  |   Last Updated: 09th February 2017 05:34 AM   |  A+A-

By Express News Service

BENGALURU: Vice-President Mohammad Hamid Ansari will be in city on Friday. In view of the movement of his convoy, parking of vehicles is prohibited on some routes on both sides of the road, a press release from Bengaluru Traffic Police said. Traffic is likely to be affected between 4pm and 8pm on the following roads on Friday: 


4pm -6pm
HAL Airport — Airport Umbrella — Airport Road — ISRO Jn — Manipal Hospital Jn — Indiranagar 100 Feet Road Jn — Domlur — C B Road Jn- ASC Centre — Trinity Church Circle — M G Road — Webbs Junction — Manipal Centre —Cubbon Road — K R Road Jn — BRV Junction — Central Street — Anil Kumble Circle — M G Road — Queen’s Circle — Kasturba Road — Siddalingaiah Circle — Mallya Hospital Road and RRMR Circle.


5.30pm - 6.30pm
Mallya Hospital Road - RRMR Circle — RRMR Road — Hudson Circle - Kasturba Road — Siddalingaiah Circle — K B Road — Queen’s Circle — Queen’s Road — CTO Circle — Raj Bhavan Road — Police Thimmaiah Circle and on to Raj Bhavan.


6.30pm - 8pm
Raj Bhavan — Ali Askar Road Jn — Infantry Road — Coffee Board Jn— Traffic police HQ Jn— Right turn — CTO Circle — Cubbon Road— K R Road and Cubbon Road Jn — Manipal Centre Juction — Webbs Junction — M G Road — Trinity Church Circle — ASC Centre — C B Road Jn- Domlur — Indiranagar 100 feet road Jn — Manipal Hospital -ISRO Jn —Rajeshwari Theatre Jn — Airport Umbrella — 30 Gate and on to HAL Old Airport.

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