Ramban: The Srinagar-Jammu National Highway was restored for two-way traffic of Light Motor Vehicles (LMVs) and one-way traffic of heavy vehicles for Kashmir on Thursday morning.
Earlier, the highway was partially opened for stranded traffic late Wednesday evening after having remained blocked for several hours, following a massive landslide at tunnel T2, Maroog.
“The highway was fully restored for two-way way traffic of vehicles ferrying Amarnath pilgrims, tourists; private cars and other passenger LMVs and one-way traffic of heavy vehicles for Kashmir this morning,” traffic authorities said.
They said that slow traffic movement was observed at Dalwass, Mehar-Cafeteria at Ramban and some other single-lane stretches. “Traffic movement also remained slow due to the breakdown of a few heavy vehicles in the middle of the road between Nashri and Banihal,” they added.