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Traffic limits in city on Sunday for 10K Run

Hyderabad: Hyderabad Commissioner of Police Mahendar Reddy, I.P.S., on November 25 ,notified for information of the general public, that, in order to relieve congestion, to maintain smooth flow of traffic and to ensure public safety and order, in connection with the “Hyderabad 10K Run” i.e.  5K & 10K run around Hussain Sagar on November 27 from 0600 hours to 1000 hours, the following restrictions will be imposed.

Traffic coming from Rajbhavan, Anandnagar and Panjagutta towards Kharatabad flyover will not be allowed and diverted towards Nirankari at VV statue junction. Traffic coming from Mint Lane & I-Max theater will be diverted towards Kharatabad flyover at Necklace Rotary. Traffic coming from Iqbal Minar side and intends to proceed towards Secunderabad will not be allowed towards Telugu Talli Junction and Upper Tankbund and will be diverted at the Old Secretariat Gate on to the Telugu Talli Flyover, Lower Tankbund road, DBR Mills, Kawadiguda x road and Bible House.

Traffic coming from Hill fort road will not be allowed towards Ambedkar Statue & NTR Marg and will be diverted towards Iqbal Minor at Telugu Talli Junction. Traffic coming from Liberty will not be allowed to go straight towards Ambedkar statue, Upper tankbund and will be diverted towards GHMC Office-I.T.Lane-Telugutally /Himayatnagar at Liberty. Traffic coming from DBR Mills will not be allowed towards Childrens park/Upper Tank Bund and diverted towards Kattamaissamma / Kawardiguda.

 

 

 

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