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Noida Police Issues Revised Traffic Advisory for MotoGP and UP International Trade Show

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The Gautam Buddh Nagar police have issued a revised traffic advisory concerning the movement of goods carriers on expressways in Noida and Greater Noida. This advisory, in effect until September 25, 2023, introduces specific restrictions during certain hours, providing a new level of clarity compared to the previous outright ban.

Details:

In an official statement reported by PTI, the Gautam Buddh Nagar police have announced a revised traffic advisory regarding the movement of goods carriers on expressways in Noida and Greater Noida. These restrictions will remain in place until September 25, 2023.

Hourly Restrictions:

Unlike the previous advisory that outright banned the movement of goods carriers on the Noida-Greater Noida Expressway and the Yamuna Expressway, the updated advisory now specifies restricted hours. Goods carriers will not be allowed to enter these expressways during the following times:

  • From 6 am to 12 pm
  • From 3 pm to 10 pm

This restriction will be in effect from Friday to Monday.

Exemptions for Essential Items:

However, it’s important to note that vehicles transporting essential items such as milk, vegetables, and medicines are exempt from these restrictions, ensuring that crucial supplies reach their destinations without disruption.

Reason for Advisory:

The advisory has been implemented in response to two significant events taking place in Greater Noida until September 25: the Uttar Pradesh International Trade Show (UP ITS) and the MotoGP race. These events are expected to draw substantial crowds and traffic.

Legal Consequences:

Police authorities have warned that violators of this advisory will be subjected to punishment under Section 32 of the Police Act 1861. This enforcement applies to heavy, medium, and light categories of goods carriers.

Alternate Routes Recommended:

In anticipation of the two international events and the influx of visitors, police had previously advised goods carriers and heavy vehicles entering the district via the Yamuna Expressway to opt for alternate routes. Vehicles entering Noida via DND (Delhi Noida Direct) and Kalindi Kunj have been instructed to follow a route through Mayur Vihar, Kondli, and Jhandupura to reach their destinations efficiently.

In Summary:

  • Revised traffic advisory restricts goods carriers on expressways in Noida and Greater Noida until September 25.
  • Goods carriers barred from entry during specified hours from Friday to Monday.
  • Exceptions for vehicles transporting essential items.
  • Advisory issued due to the Uttar Pradesh International Trade Show (UP ITS) and the MotoGP race.
  • Violators may face penalties under Section 32 of the Police Act 1861.
  • Alternate routes recommended for heavy vehicles entering the district.
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