Traffic rules change for India vs Australia one-day

The city police have announced traffic changes in and around Chepauk between 11 am and 3 pm on Sunday in view of the cricket match between India and Australia.

Published: 17th September 2017 09:01 AM  |   Last Updated: 17th September 2017 09:01 AM   |  A+A-

By Express News Service

CHENNAI: The city police have announced traffic changes in and around Chepauk between 11 am and 3 pm on Sunday in view of the cricket match between India and Australia. Bells road will be made oneway with entry only from Wallajah Salai. Entry will be from Bharathi Salai after the match. Only MTC buses and vehicles with passes will be allowed from Kamarajar Salai onto Bharathi Salai.

Canal road will be one-way with entry from Bharathi Salai. Only vehicles with M,P,T,W,V passes and MTC buses coming from Anna Salai onto Wallajah Salai will be allowed onto Bells Road. Vehicles from War Memorial and Gandhi Statue with M,P,T,W,V passes alone will be allowed through Bharathi Salai.

Cars and two-wheelers without parking passes from Anna Salai will take the route via Wallajah road, Labour Statue, Kamarajar Salai and park on Foreshore road while vehicles from War Memorial will take the route via Kamarajar Salai service road and parked on Foreshore road. Vehicles coming from Gandhi statue will go via Kamarajar Salai and take the service road onto Foreshore estate for parking.

Without parking passes
Cars and two-wheelers without parking passes from Anna Salai will take the route via Wallajah road, Labour Statue, Kamarajar Salai and park on Foreshore road.

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