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Traffic Advisory Prepares the Public for Samvidhana Jagriti Jatha

Traffic Advisory Prepares the Public for Samvidhana Jagriti Jatha
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Bengaluru: As Bangalore braces itself for the Samvidhana Jagriti Jatha, a procession aimed at raising awareness about constitutional rights, traffic authorities have issued a cautionary advisory to the public to navigate the city’s already congested roads effectively. With numerous corporate houses contributing to the city’s notorious traffic snarls, the impending Jatha is expected to exacerbate the situation, particularly along key routes such as Bellary Road and Palace Grounds.

In light of this event, the traffic advisory has been designed to minimize inconvenience and ensure smooth traffic flow. Heavy vehicle operators are advised to utilize designated routes to avoid congestion in areas where the Jatha is expected to pass through. Additionally, parking restrictions will be enforced in the vicinity to prevent further congestion and ensure the safety of pedestrians and commuters.

To facilitate convenient and safe travel for visitors, specific routes have been designated for heavy vehicles while restrictions will be imposed on parking in affected areas. Commuters are urged to plan their journeys accordingly and refrain from using routes leading from Hebbal, Yeshwanthpur, or Jayamahal to Mekhri Circle to prevent additional congestion.

Strict enforcement measures will be in place to ensure compliance with the advisory, with the ultimate goal of facilitating a successful event without any untoward incidents such as accidents.

The advisory underscores the city’s commitment to ensuring public safety and minimizing disruptions during significant events like the Samvidhana Jagriti Jatha.

For further information and updates on traffic conditions, commuters are advised to consult official sources and exercise caution while navigating the city during the event period.

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