6-hour vehicle ban on Bengaluru’s MG, Brigade roads on December 31 | Bengaluru News – Times of India


BENGALURU: In a bid to stop revellers from heading towards MG Road and Brigade Road to usher in the New Year, Bengaluru City police have imposed a six-hour ban on vehicular movement on the night of December 31.
Emergency vehicles like ambulance are exempted from the ban, which will be in force from 8pm to 2am of January 1. Similarly, vehicles have been banned on 44 flyovers in the city from 10pm to 6am.
Parking banned between 4pm and 2am on select stretches
City police commissioner Kamal Pant said in a press note that the stretches where vehicular movement is banned are MG Road from Anil Kumble Circle to Residency Road junction at Mayo Hall; Brigade Road from Cauvery Emporium to Opera; Church Street; and Museum Road from MG Road junction to Old Post Office junction.
Parking of vehicles has been banned between 4pm and 2am on January 1 on the following roads: MG Road, Cubbon Road, Residency Road, Richmond Road, Infantry Road, Brigade Road, Church Street, Museum Road, Rest House Road, St Marks Road, McGrath Road and Indiranagar 100ft road.
The flyovers where vehicular movement are banned include: Richmond Circle flyover, Balagangadhara Swamy flyover on Mysuru road, National College flyover, Hebbal flyover, elevated Hosur Road expressway, Bangalore Dairy flyover, Devarabeesanahalli flyover, Agara flyover, ITC flyover and the flyover connecting Indiranagar 17th main and Koramangala inner ring road.
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