No traffic on The Boulevard, Foreshore, Gupkar today
Srinagar, Dec 3: Traffic movement on The Boulevard, Foreshore Road and the Gupkar Road will remain affected Tuesday for Race-Tour De India, an international cycling event scheduled to start from Royal Spring Golf Course to Kashmir University via Foreshore Road and back to Hotel Lalit Grand Palace, officials said Monday.
SP Traffic Srinagar Haseeb Ur Rehman said: “There will be no traffic movement on the routes from 11.00 AM till 17: 00 hours on the said route.”
Haseeb appealed the inhabitants of Harwan-Nishat stretch to travel in the early morning hours to avoid restrictions during the day.
Giving details about the diversions, the SP in a handout said: “All type of vehicular movement going towards Nishat, Shalimar and Harwan will be diverted at Badyari towards Khanyar Rainawari to reach their destinations. These vehicles will be also diverted at Dargah Main Bazaar towards Lal Bazaar side to reach their destinations.”
“The traffic coming towards Srinagar from Harwan-Shalimar will be diverted at Shalimar crossing towards Tailbal to reach Zakoora crossing and after that they shall be diverted at Professor Colony ahead to reach to their destinations,” the SP said.
The SP said traffic coming from Ganderbal towards Srinagar will be diverted at Zakoora crossing to reach their destinations.
“There will be complete restrictions of traffic movement on Gupkar, Boulevard Foreshore Road and from Zakoora crossing upto Main Kashmir University during the race hours. The vehicular movement shall not be allowed at all junctions/crossings lying on Boulevard and Foreshore Road,” the official maintained.
Lastupdate on : Mon, 3 Dec 2012 21:30:00 Makkah time
Lastupdate on : Mon, 3 Dec 2012 18:30:00 GMT
Lastupdate on : Tue, 4 Dec 2012 00:00:00 IST
- MORE FROM SRINAGAR CITY
GK NEWS NETWORK
Srinagar, Dec 3: The Hurriyat Conference (G) is organizing a peace march on December 5 (Wednesday) from downtown Srinagar under the leadership of its chairman Syed Ali Geelani. “We will offer More
- Srinagar City
SAY BUSINESS BADLY AFFECTED, SEEK SAGAR’S INTERVENTION
SYED IMRAN ALI HAMDANI
Srinagar, Dec 3: The traders of old City, the Shaher-e-Khaas are up in arms against the government for “imposing unwanted curfews in the area” for the past few days adding that the business has been badly More
Ex-Minister Charge-Sheeted In Disproportionate Assets Case
GK NEWS NETWORK
Jammu, Dec 3: After more than 23 years of investigation, Jammu and Kashmir Vigilance Organisation Monday presented charge-sheet against a former minister and MLA Reasi for allegedly acquiring assents disproportionate More
- Court Watch
‘Bureaucrats Need To Be Pulled Up For Taking Judicial Process For Granted’
REHABILITATION OF POOR GIRLS
D A RASHID
Srinagar, Dec 3: The Jammu and Kashmir Monday granted one more day to the Chief Secretary to file a compliance report in a case of rehabilitation of poor girls ‘exploited in the garb of providing jobs More
Ramallah, West Bank, Dec 3: Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas returned to the West Bank after winning upgraded UN status for the Palestinians, telling cheering crowds: “Yes, now we have a state.”  More
People face inconvenience
Pulwama: Failure of the municipal authorities to construct public lavatories here is causing immense problems to the people. Though Pulwama was accorded district status nearly three decades ago it sans More
There’s a pressing need to make counseling services available in government schools, universities and colleges
PUPINDER S BALI
As reports of student stress and suicides because of academic,peer, and parental pressures multiply, country top schools managements have been forced to wake up to the importance of student counseling More