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Traffic Restrictions in Delhi during G20 Summit


Delhi is preparing for the G20 Summit taking place on September 9 and 10. In light of this, the Delhi government has detailed traffic restrictions to ensure security and smooth conduction of the event.

Traffic Restrictions in Delhi during G20 Summit in India
G20 Summit: Traffic Restrictions in Delhi

1. Restrictions on Main Roads:

Date & Time: From midnight on September 7 until 11:59 PM on September 10.

Affected Roads: Mathura Road (beyond Ashram Chowk), Bhairon Road, Purana Quila Road, and inside Pragati Maidan Tunnel.

Impacted Vehicles: Goods vehicles, commercial vehicles, interstate buses, and local city buses are prohibited.

2. Entry Restrictions for Different Goods Vehicles:

Date & Time: 21:00 hours on 07.09.2023 to 23:59 hours on 10.09.2023.

Vehicles Impacted:

Heavy Goods Vehicles (HGVs)

Medium Goods Vehicles (MGVs)

Light Goods Vehicles (LGVs)

Exceptions: Vehicles transporting essential commodities (e.g., milk, fruits, vegetables, medical supplies) with valid 'No Entry Permissions' are allowed.

3. Zone Designations:

Controlled Zone-I: Entire area of New Delhi District.

Date & Time: From 5 AM on September 8 to 11:59 PM on September 10.

Regulated Zone: Area inside Ring Road (Mahatma Gandhi Marg).

Date & Time: Same as Controlled Zone-I.

4. Travel Restrictions in New Delhi District:

Date & Time: 5 AM on September 8 to 11:59 PM on September 10.

Permitted Vehicles: Authorized residents, emergency vehicles, vehicles heading to the Airport, Old Delhi and New Delhi Railway Stations, and other approved vehicles.

Restrictions: No TSR (three-wheeled shared taxi) and taxi services allowed within the New Delhi District.

5. Relaxation for Certain Commercial Vehicles:

All types of commercial vehicles, including buses currently in Delhi, are allowed to travel on Ring Road and the road network leading to Delhi's borders.

Event Background:

India is hosting the G20 Summit at the Bharat Mandapam Convention Centre in Pragati Maidan, New Delhi. The world's leading figures are expected to attend.

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