Commuters Have Been Facing A Lot Of Trouble Due To A Noida-Delhi Road Closure Since 15th Dec.
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Delhi people have busy work schedules and if there’s just a tiny bit of traffic, people lose it. In the wake of the ongoing protests at Shaheen Bagh, a major road has been closed down due to security issues and people are not having it! Read ahead to know more on this jam-packed news.
Bumper To Bumper Traffic | Route number 13A, through Kalindi Kunj road, between Noida and South East Delhi and further to Faridabad has been closed since 15th December which has led to massive traffic snarls and congestions, especially during peak hours. Noida Traffic Police has advised people to take the DND (Delhi Noida Direct) flyway or the Chilla Regulator for travel between Delhi and Noida.
People shuttling from Noida to Delhi and vice versa are facing a lot of trouble with extra miles and money they now have to shell out. On an average, around 1.75 lakh vehicles cross the Kalindi Kunj road so you can gauge the inconvenience.
Let’s hope normalcy is restored soon and people get the much-needed respite from all the traffic snarls!
Sourced Via The Times Of India