In view of the Uttar Pradesh Worldwide Commerce Present (ITS) and the MotoGP race being held in Higher Noida until September 25, the site visitors police issued an updated advisory for commuters and totally different classes of automobiles on Friday.
In an earlier advisory, the police banned the motion of products carriers on the Noida-Higher Noida Expressway and the Yamuna Expressway. Nonetheless, in the revised advisory the restriction on the entry of products carriers might be in impact throughout particular time durations from 6am to 12pm and from 3pm to 10pm from Friday to Monday.
The restrictions apply on the route stretching from the preliminary 25 km of the Noida-Higher Noida Expressway and an additional 10 km of the Yamuna Expressway, stretching from Zero Level to the Buddh Worldwide Circuit (BIC). Nonetheless, the restrictions won’t apply to automobiles carrying important objects like milk, greens and medicines, and so forth.
“The no-entry order issued earlier has been amended for the aim of Commerce Present-2023 from September 21 to 25 and MotoGP occasion from September 22 to 24. Now, from September 22 to 25, the no entry (order) can be enforced from 6 am to 12 pm and from 3 pm to 10 pm,” a revised assertion issued by the officers on Friday learn. The order applies to heavy, medium and lightweight classes of products carriers.
‘Use maps, helpline quantity’
The sooner advisory requested the products carriers and heavy automobiles, buses, and so forth. coming into the district through Yamuna Expressway, DND or Kalindi Kunj to make use of alternate routes.
The site visitors police additionally urged commuters to make use of Mappls Map, My India app or Google Maps to keep away from inconvenience. Alternatively, they will contact the helpline quantity 9971009001 for any inquiries.
India is all set to host its first-ever MotoGP Grand Prix from September 22-24, 2023 on the BIC in Higher Noida, Uttar Pradesh. The occasion has been named ‘MotoGP Bharat Grand Prix’.