New Year Eve Revellers Not Allowed on ORR, Tank Bund

In order to facilitate proper control and regulation of traffic in view of the New Year celebrations on December 31 night, the Hyderabad and Cyberabad police commissioners Anurag Sharma and C V Anand imposed some traffic restrictions.

Published: 31st December 2013 08:55 AM  |   Last Updated: 31st December 2013 08:55 AM   |  A+A-

Anurag-Sharma

In order to facilitate proper control and regulation of traffic in view of the New Year celebrations on December 31 night, the Hyderabad and Cyberabad police commissioners Anurag Sharma and C V Anand imposed some traffic restrictions.

While Cyberabad police restrict traffic on Outer Ring Road (ORR), the Hyderabad police will not allow vehicle riders around Hussain Sagar Lake.

In Hyderabad, vehicular traffic will not be allowed on the NTR Marg, Necklace Road and Upper Tank Bund from 10 pm, December 31 to 2 am, January 1.

Vehicular traffic coming from the Vishweshvaraya Statue towards Necklace Road and NTR Marg will be diverted at the statue towards Khairatabad and Rajbhavan Road.

Vehicular traffic coming from BRK Bhavan towards NTR Marg will be diverted towards Iqbal Minar, Lakdikapul, Ayodhya Hotel and vehicular traffic coming from Liberty Junction towards Secunderabad will be diverted at the MCH Office Y Junction towards BRK Bhavan, Telugu Talli, Iqbal Minar, Ravindra Bharathi, Lakdikapul and Ayodhya.

Vehicular traffic coming from Khairatabad Market towards Necklace Rotary will be diverted at Khairatabad towards Meera Talkies lane and Mint compound lane adjacent to Secretariat will be closed for general vehicular traffic.

Vehicular traffic coming from Nallagutta Railway Bridge will not be allowed towards Sanjeevaiah Park and Necklace Road and will be diverted towards Karbala Maidan or Ministers Road. Vehicular traffic coming from Secunderabad will be diverted at the Sailing Club towards Kavadiguda X Roads, Lower Tankbund, Katta Maisamma Temple, Ashok Nagar and RTC X Roads.

All fly-overs will be closed for Traffic: Travel buses, lorries and heavy vehicles shall not be allowed in Hyderabad City limits, till 2 a.m. of January 1, 2014.

The traffic police of Hyderabad City will undertake extensive checks to curb drunken driving with Breath Analyzers, rash and negligent driving, over speeding and triple riding on two-wheelers and other traffic violations in the interest of public order and safety. People are requested to co-operate with the police personnel on duty.

In Cyberabad, the police would impose restrictions from 11 p.m. on December 31 to 5 a.m. on January 1.

Outer Ring Road (ORR) will be closed for light motor vehicles and passenger vehicles. Medium and heavy goods vehicles will be however allowed.

Bonafide passengers traveling on light motor vehicles will be allowed on ORR subject to production of air tickets.

Police also asked the organisers of various events/celebrations should engage sufficient private security personnel for traffic management to regulate the traffic inside and into the venue.

The organisers should ensure parking of all vehicles inside the premises of the venue only. They should not allow parking on the roads used by general public.

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