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As PM Narendra Modi arrives in Chennai, here are the traffic diversion routes you should take

The following traffic arrangements will be made in the city between 11 am and 2.30 pm on Thursday in view of the Prime Minister’s visit to Chennai.

Published: 12th April 2018 10:46 AM  |   Last Updated: 12th April 2018 10:46 AM   |  A+A-

Prime Minister Narendra Modi (File | PTI)

By Online Desk

Prime Minister Narendra Modi landed in Chennai airport at 9.35 am amidst a sea of protests and "Go back Modi" slogans. Modi who had come to inaugurate the Defence Expo 2018 at Thiruvidanthai at the outskirts of Chennai.

Here are the traffic diversion routes released by Chennai cops.   

Traffic diversion for Modi visit

  • The following traffic arrangements will be made in the city between 11 am and 2.30 pm on Thursday in view of the Prime Minister’s visit to the city.

  • A police press release said vehicles coming to Adyar from Chennai Airport via Kathipara flyover, Guindy Bridge, Halda Junction, Little Mount and Sardar Patel Road won’t be allowed to turn towards Raj Bhavan.

  • Instead, all vehicles should continue towards Saidapet and turn right at Nandanam junction to take Chamier’s road and Thiru Vi Ka Bridge.

  • Vehicles from Adyar to airport, will not be allowed to go straight on Sardar Patel Road beyond  Madhya Kailash junction.

  • They will have to turn left towards Tidel Park and take right at SRP tools junction and reach airport via Velachery.

  • Vehicles will not be allowed also via Gandhi Mandapam Road, the release said.



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