G20 Summit Delhi: Bus, Metro And Other Travel Details & Guidelines To Follow From Sept 7-11

by Shreya Rathod
G20 Summit Delhi: Bus, Metro And Other Travel Details & Guidelines To Follow From Sept 7-11

In advance of the G20 summit, which is set to take place in the nation’s capital on September 9 and 10, the Delhi Traffic Police published a thorough warning. As leaders from all over the world are anticipated to attend the G20 Summit in Delhi next week, the city has been decorated and rigorous security precautions have been established. India assumed the G20 chairmanship in December of the previous year.

G20 Summit Delhi: Routes And Other Guidelines

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In order to prevent any inconvenience to the general public on September 9 and 10, the Delhi Police issued warnings, rules, and directions for the roads, trains, and metro. They also discussed alternate routes for vehicles on these days.

All businesses in New Delhi, including schools, offices, restaurants, malls, and markets, would be closed from September 8 to September 10. During this time, the Supreme Court will likewise be closed. Entry and departure will be allowed to locals without the need for special passes. People travelling from beyond the region, however, will need special passes.

From the Rajokari Border, general traffic—excluding trucks and buses—will be permitted into Delhi. The NH-48 traffic will be detoured onto Rao Tula Ram Marg/Old Palam Marg and the one in the direction of Dhaula Kuan will be closed for all vehicular traffic.

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No Boarding Or De-Boarding At Supreme Court Metro Station

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From September 7 to September 10, all types of vehicles, including goods vehicles, commercial vehicles, interstate buses, and local city buses like Delhi Transport Corporation (DTC) buses, will not be allowed on Mathura Road (beyond Ashram Chowk), Bhairon Road, Purana Quila Road, or inside the Pragati Maidan Tunnel.

All metro stations will still offer travellers access to the metro rail system. However, from 5 am on September 9 to 11 pm on September 10, no boarding or deboarding will be allowed at the Supreme Court Metro Station.

The Ring Road and the surrounding road network that leads to Delhi’s borders will be serviced by city buses. These buses are permitted to leave Delhi. However, the New Delhi Area would not have access to City Bus service.

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Commuters are urged to stay away from trips to locations within Regulated and Controlled Zones.

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