Srinagar: The traffic police of Srinagar have issued a diversion plan in accordance with the commencement of construction work of Jehangir Chowk-Naaz Crossing Flyover stretch.
“As informed by Director ERA in a meeting chaired by Divisional Commissioner Kashmir, the construction work of Jehangir Chowk-Naaz Crossing Flyover stretch has started and traffic on that stretch has to be stopped,” said a spokesman.
As directed by Divisional Administration, no traffic shall be allowed to ply from Jehangir Chowk upto Naaz crossing and vice versa.
Following traffic plan is hereby devised:
PSVs including Sumos/Taveras/TATA-407 coming from Rawalpora-Sanatnagar and Hyderpora shall take left turn at Barzullah Bridge towards Old Barzullah-Bailey Bridge-Alochibagh- Cargo Crossing stretch-Bakshi Stadium Crossing upto Naz Crossing-L.D Crossing and back via New Flyover or Tulsibagh.
Only one way traffic from Alochibagh upto Magarmal Crossing will be allowed.
Private vehicles/LMVs coming from Baghat/Sanatnagar and surrounding area can use the same route via from Allochibagh/Cargo crossing/Magarmalbagh crossing or Reck Chowk towards Jehangir Chowk and Batmaloo respectively.
PSVs including Sumos/Taveras/TATA-407 coming from Channapora-Natipora-Nowgam shall adopt Rambagh Bridge Solina-Tulsibagh-Stadium crossing-Naz crossing-L.D Crossing and back.
LMVs coming from Hyderpora and surrounding areas shall adopt Tangpora-Batmaloo route and vehicles coming from Nowgam Natipora-Channapora shall take right turn at Rambagh bridge towards Bund-Amar Singh College-Jawharnagar-Rajbagh-Radio Kashmir.
Channapora-Natipora-Nowgam bound vehicles shall adopt Radio Kashmir-Rajbagh-Jawharnagar-Jawharnagar bund route or use New Flyover.
Vehicles moving towards Hyderpora are requested to adopt Batmaloo-Tengpora road.
Maharaja Bazaar road will be open for one way traffic and vehicles from Amira Kadal and surrounding areas can use this road to reach Natipora/Baghat and surrounding areas via New Flyover/Tulsibagh.
People are requested to follow the route plan strictly and inconvenience caused is highly regretted, said the spokesman.