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Five days of traffic restrictions on the Yamuna and Noida Expressways: Check specifics

There will be traffic limitations in Noida as the UP International Trade Show starts on Thursday and the MotoGP in Greater Noida starts on Friday.
The five-day UP International Trade Show, which starts on Thursday at the India Expo Centre, and the MotoGP race, which will take place at the Buddh International Circuit (BIC) from September 22 to 24, both have prompted a warning from the Noida Traffic Police. Greater Noida will host these events, which will need the implementation of traffic restrictions along a 35-km stretch in Noida.

From Zero Point to the BIC, this route includes the first 25 km of the Noida-Greater Noida Expressway and an additional 10 km of the Yamuna Expressway. Buses, automobiles, e-rickshaws, and other heavy vehicles are not allowed to use this route at all, and the traffic police may also impose restrictions on the movement of non-commercial vehicles depending on traffic conditions and VIP movements.

The alert states that beginning at 6am on Thursday, there would be limitations on the entry and movement of heavy, medium, and light freight vehicles from Delhi to Gautam Buddha Nagar. The DND Flyway, Chilla Road, Kalindi Kunj, New Ashok Nagar, and Jhundpura borders will also be off-limits to large vehicles. The notice also mentions delays close to Pari Chowk and the probable impact on citywide automobile traffic.

On Thursday afternoon, President Droupadi Murmu will travel by vehicle to the India Expo Mart for the trade fair’s opening ceremony, according to Deputy Commissioner of Police for Traffic Anil Kumar Yadav. We’ll start enforcing the traffic limits on Thursday at 2:00 p.m., he said.

The police recommended travelers to use Noida’s internal routes for travel to Delhi, Ghaziabad, Meerut, Agra, and Lucknow in light of these limitations.

routes to the MotoGP event
The suggested route for individuals coming from Noida and Delhi to the Buddh International Circuit is to take the Noida-Greater Noida Expressway, then the Yamuna Expressway. Attendees can access the event zones to the north, south, east, and west by arriving at the specified sites at loops 2A and 2C. Each of these zones has parking facilities that can hold up to 22,000 automobiles, according to the organizers.

The Chapargadh loop exit is where commuters from Agra and Mathura may get off and head to the racetrack site to park their cars. The traffic police will closely watch the flow of traffic on the Noida-Greater Noida Expressway due to the anticipated large number of guests. Authorities may impose entrance limits to the Noida-Greater Noida Expressway in the evening hours to avoid congestion along that route as people exit the event.

Metro rail accessibility
Visitors will have quick access to the international trade expo venue thanks to the Noida Metro Rail Corporation (NMRC). According to Nish Wadhwan, a spokesman for NMRC, “Visitors can now travel straight on NMRC’s Aqua Line to reach the exhibition area. The facility is closest to the Knowledge Park-2 Metro station on the Aqua Line.

By providing direct connectivity, boosting train frequency on these days, and increasing public parking spaces, the NMRC has also taken steps to improve the visitor experience. “NMRC has increased the frequency of trains and they will be made available at an interval of 7.5 minutes from 8am to 10pm,” Wadhwan added. “This will avoid crowding at stations and help manage the rush of visitors.”

Wadhwan continued, “The Aqua Line will connect travelers directly to the location of the international trade expo. The closest metro station to the venue (by around 500 meters) is Knowledge Park-2 station, which is accessible via the Aqua Line.

A spokeswoman for the NMRC stated regarding parking facilities, “Parking facility is also available for the general public at eight Aqua Line metro stations of Sector 51, Sector 76, NSEZ, Sector 142, Sector-137, Pari Chowk, Alpha 1 and Delta 1.”

Source- Hindustan times

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