Fresh traffic advisory issued

ITANAGAR, Feb 11: The capital complex administration on Sunday issued a fresh traffic advisory in view of the ongoing four-lane highway work from Itanagar to Naharlagun.
As per the advisory, the Naharlagun-Jully-Itanagar road and NH-415 from Itanagar to Naharlagun have been made one-way between 7 am to 7 pm.
Vehicles coming from Naharlagun to Itanagar will have to take the Jully road, while vehicles leaving Itanagar for Naharlagun will go through the highway.
NH-415 from Itanagar to Naharlagun will remain closed and no vehicle will be allowed to ply between 7 pm to 7 am till 31 March, it said.
Further, one-way traffic will be allowed in the BSNL-Gandhi Market-Police Station road, the NH 415-Higher Secondary School-Assembly road, the Division IV-Green Mount School-F Sector-NH415 road, and the RK Mission-Division IV road.
No parking zones are opposite to RK Mission Gate-2 near the U-turn point, NH-415 opposite the clock tower in Ganga, and from Bank Tinali traffic point to Hotel Aane.
One-lane parking is allowed in the sector road from NH-415-BSNL-Gandhi Market-Police Station road-NH-415, internal road at Ganga Market.
Further, all heavy vehicles, except school buses, coming from Naharlagun will have to take the Jully-Chimpu-Itanagar route. No buses will be allowed to park near NH-415 opposite the clock tower. Ten minutes’ stoppage is allowed for buses. All the APST buses should enter the APSTS station though Gate 1 and exit from Gate 2 near the Bluepine Hotel.
Entry of heavy vehicles into the capital complex has been prohibited during peak hours and will only be allowed from 9 pm to 7 am.
Three towing vehicles will be stationed at Hanuman Mandir, LMV parking zone and the Naharlagun police station.
Details of the plan are available on the administration’s website
DC Prince Dhawan urged the public to follow the new traffic guidelines and obey traffic rules to ease traffic congestion in the capital’s roads. It sought cooperation from all, especially Trekker and auto -rickshaw drivers.
He said vehicles should be parked in a disciplined way, wherever parking is allowed. Stringent action, including cancellation of licence, will be initiated against the violators, the DC added. (DIPRO)