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The commuters may have to detours from Monday night onwards in view of the Rapid MetroRail Gurgaon (RMG) construction work to be carried out on road between City court and Bristol Chowk as this patch of road will be closed for work.india Updated: Jul 04, 2011 01:01 IST
The commuters may have to detours from Monday night onwards in view of the Rapid MetroRail Gurgaon (RMG) construction work to be carried out on road between City court and Bristol Chowk as this patch of road will be closed for work.
The Rapid MetroRail Gurgaon Limited with the help of traffic police department has made certain changes in the vehicular movement at the roads. The changes will come into effect on Monday night and will be in place for coming few days.
"For the construction of the Rapid Metro Station, a small part of the road between City Court and Bristol Chowk, on the sector road leading towards Sector 56 and Golf Course will be closed for traffic from Monday, late night. Rapid Metro Rail Gurgaon Ltd has planned a proper traffic diversion to ensure minimum inconvenience," said the RMGL spokesperson.
The traffic coming from Cyber City and Delhi (via MG road) will take right turn, just below the DMRC alignment, and will go straight before taking left turn after crossing the DMRC Sikanderpur Station. The traffic will then reach the Bristol Chowk round about to go to Faridabad, Sector 56 and IFFCO chowk, said the spokesperson.
The traffic coming from IFFCO Chowk can go towards Faridabad or sector 56 by taking U turn below the DMRC Sikanderpur station and will take left turn after Sikanderpur Station (towards IFFCO Chowk side) to reach Bristol chowk. However there is no change in traffic plan for the vehicle traveling from Faridabad and Sector 56.
The spokesperson further said that they will also deploy the marshals with the traffic police to manage the traffic. "We are getting support from the traffic police and our marshal will also join them to help the people. This step will certainly help the commuters and they will be less inconvenience," said the spokesperson.
First Published: Jul 04, 2011 01:00 IST