Parking restrictions today for British PM May’s visit

Published: 08th November 2016 02:02 AM  |   Last Updated: 08th November 2016 03:25 AM   |  A+A-

By Express News Service

BENGALURU: The Bengaluru traffic police have restricted parking in many places on Tuesday as British Prime Minister Theresa May will participate in various programmes in the city.
In a press note, the Bengaluru Traffic police stated that parking restrictions will be imposed between 10.30am and 5pm.

The police have also asked the public to avoid the following roads which will be the high security zones: 
Ballari Road — Sanjayanagar Cross to Mehkri Circle; Sir CV Raman Road — Mehkri Circle to BHEL Circle; Ramanamaharshi Road — Mehkri Circle to Cauvery Junction; T Chowdaiah Road — Cauvery Junction to Raj Bhavan Junction; Ali Askar Road — Raj Bhavan Junction to Infantry Road; Infantry Road — Ali Askar Road Junction to Traffic Headquarters Junction; Queen’s Road — Traffic Headquarters to CTO Circle; Kamaraja Road — KR Road to Cauvery Arts and Crafts Junction via Cubbon Road Junction; MG Road — from Arts and Crafts Junction to Anil Kumble Junction; Central Street — Anil Kumble junction to BRV Junction; Raj Bhavan Road — from CTO Circle to Raj Bhavan Junction; LH Road — Raj Bhavan Junction to Basaveshwara Circle; Race Course Road — Basaveshwara Circle to Trilight Junction; Palace Road — Basaveshwara Circle to Old High Grounds Police Station Junction; New BEL Road — Devasandra Junction to Sadashivanagar Police Station Junction; International Airport Road — Stone Hill School to Dynamatic Technologies Limited (Dynamatic Park, Peenya Industrial Area); 

Dynamatic plant (Peenya) to Barton Centre on MG Road; Barton Centre to Taj Vivanta; Taj Vivanta to Halasoor Someshwara temple.
Parking is also restricted on these roads.

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