- Veröffentlicht: 14. Februar 2021
The Nashik city police have diverted traffic from Friday on two roads in the old city area as works related to Nashik Municipal Smart City development will be undertaken.
As per a release from the police, the Panchavati Road from Muthegalli to Paharvat Lane (Shabri Gumfa) will be closed for vehicular movement for 50 days, while the road from Shani Chowk to Bansidhar Towers (Sukenkar Lane to Hanuman Chowk) will be closed for 100 days.
Works like underground sewage lines, stormwater lines and underground electricity lines will be carried out on these roads. Hence, to avoid traffic congestion and causing inconvenience to motorists, the police had made traffic diversion.
Vehicular traffic on the road between Panchavati road and Patharvat lane will be diverted via Kalaram temple North gate, Malviya Chowk side, Kartik Swami temple and Hanuman chowk.
Further, the traffic between Shani Chowk to Bansidhar Towers will be diverted through Kalaram temple (North gate), Shani Chowk, Kartik Swami temple, Hanuman chowk and then towards Katya Maruti chowk from Malviya chowk.
Five wardens will be deployed at Muthe Galli Corner, Patharvat Lane, Shani Chowk, Bansidhar Towers and Hanuman Chowk from 8 am to 7 pmThe police will put up barricades at Muthe Galli Road and Patharvat Lane corner. Signboards will be put at Kalaram temple, Malviya Chowk, Shani Chowk and Hanuman Chowk.
The traffic restrictions will not apply to police vehicles, ambulances and fire brigade vehicles.
Autor(en)/Author(s): Santosh Sonawane
Quelle/Source: The Times of India, 07.02.2021