Imphal traffic diversions announced for Aug13 functions
IMPHAL, August 12: The superintendent of police, Imphal West, has stated that the Patriots’ Day will be observed at Hicham Yaichampat (Moirangkhom), Kangla and BT Park on August 13.
According to a release of the SP, only invitees’ vehicle having car passes issued by the State Home Department, Manipur, will be allowed to ply towards north of Chinga Traffic Point, Sing and Co., Moirangkhom on NH-39, Keishamthong to Sing and Co., Maharani Bridge and KHoyathong to Bazaar side, Khoyathong to North AOC and Sanjenthong to Western Gate of Kangla and Keishampat Bridge on August 13 till the functions are over.
The SP further notified that all buses and trucks coming from Thoubal side via Chinga Traffic point will be diverted at New Thumbuthong-crossing and buses/trucks will proceed to Central Bus Terminus via Khongman Mangjin (eastern side of Takhelkhong) and Kongba Bazaar from 7 am on August 13 till the function is over at Hicham Yaichampat.
During the function, the buses on return journey will come along eastern side of NH-39 (Kangla Mouth) via North AOC Traffic point and Khoyathong LIC Traffic point. The buses will be diverted at Nityaipat Chuthek Traffic point towards Keishampat and park at their normal pick-up parking facing west and will proceed to Pishumthong Bridge and Chinga Traffic point via Keishampat.
All Jeep taxis coming via Chinga Traffic point will be diverted towards Pishumthong Bridge or will be diverted at New Thumbuthong crossing.
All light vehicles coming from Singjamei side will be diverted either at New Thumbuthong crossing or Chingakham Leirak crossing. No private vehicles are allowed to ply from Chingakham Leirak crossing upto Krishna Premi Oil Depot.
No private vehicles will be allowed to ply from GPO Traffic point towards 1st MR Gate. All buses and trucks coming from Mayang Imphal side will be diverted at Khagempali crossing towards Kwakeithel Bazaar and these vehicles can proceed up to Keishmapat from Kwakeithel Bazaar etc. And no vehicles will be allowed to cross Keishamthong Bridge from Mayai Lambi side towards Yaisku, it said.
The SP further notified that as part of traffic control and parking arrangement from 1 pm of August 13 till the function is over during the evening function, all buses/trucks coming from Thoubal side via Chinga Traffic Point will be diverted at Loklaobung crossing towards New Thambuthong, IE side or Sing and Co., Moirangkhom towards Keishamthong.
No big vehicles or one toner or above will be allowed to ply along NH-39 and BT road from Nityaipat Chuthek to Old Power House from 2.30 pm to 5.30 pm.
All other vehicles including Jeep/Car/Motor Cycle/Scooter/Moped/Hand pushed carts/Bullock carts/Rickshaws etc., may not be allowed to ply along NH-39 between Nityaipat Chuthek and Old Power House BT road between Kangla Traffic point and Museum road from 2.30 pm to 5.30 pm.
No private vehicles are allowed to park between Kangla Traffic point to Fire Brigade/M.Sector crossing. All buses coming from Tiddim side will be diverted at Keishampat Junction via Wahengleikai, Nagamapal, Khoyathong, North AOC towards Central Bus Terminus.
All buses/trucks coming from Sekmai side, Lamlai side, Pukhao side will be diverted at LIC Traffic point and can park on the northern side of NH-39 from PCTC Oil depot upto North AOC Oil depot from 1 pm till the function of BT road is over.
And no vehicles will be allowed to ply from Fire Brigade and Diamond Tailoring crossing towards M.Sector, it said.
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