Noida Traffic Police has issued a traffic advisory (Noida-Greater Noida Traffic Advisory) in view of the international trade fair and MotoGP race. According to this advisory, entry of heavy vehicles will be prohibited on Noida-Greater Noida Expressway from 21-25 September.
According to this advisory, entry of heavy, medium and light goods vehicles from Delhi to Gautam Buddha Nagar will be restricted from 6 am tomorrow i.e. 21 September 2023. Noida Traffic Police has said that the International Trade Fair will be organized from September 21 to 25 at Expo Mart in Greater Noida.
Whereas, the MotoGP event will be held at Buddha International Circuit from 22 to 24 September. About 10,000 foreign delegates are likely to attend both these events. Along with this, the President of the country will also arrive by road from Delhi on 21st September evening to inaugurate the UP Expo Trade Show.
Starting from UP CM Yogi Adityanath, almost the entire cabinet of the UP government will be in Noida from tomorrow. On top of this, there will be maximum pressure of vehicles on Noida-Greater Noida Expressway from 21st to 25th September. There will be a pressure of 80 thousand additional vehicles every day in these four-five days.
Keeping this in mind, the district administration has also issued orders to keep schools and colleges of Noida and Greater Noida closed on 21st and 22nd September. To run the traffic system smoothly, Noida Police has divided the traffic system into three super zones, 12 zones and 24 sectors and deployed about 1400 traffic police personnel and officers.
During this period, buses from other states passing through Noida-Greater Noida Expressway will be diverted through NH-24. During this period, traffic will be stopped for 15-20 minutes from Delhi to Greater Noida in the evening of 21st September. Due to this, traffic from NH-24 to Noida and Greater Noida Expressway will be disrupted for some time.
This will be traffic diversion
Traffic DCP of Gautam Budh Nagar district has said that from 21st to 25th September, the additional load of about 80 thousand vehicles will increase every day. Two and a half to three lakh people are likely to participate in the UP International Trade Show and Moto GP Bike Race to be organized in Noida.
In such a situation, some new arrangements have been made to properly control the traffic system. Heavy vehicles will be barred from using DND Flyway, Chilla Road, Kalindi Kunj, New Ashok Nagar and Jhundpura borders. Noida-Greater Noida Expressway and Yamuna Expressway will remain closed for buses, heavy vehicles and non-commercial vehicles except vehicles carrying essential goods like milk, vegetables and medicines.
There will also be a ban on traffic near Pari Chowk of Greater Noida. During this period heavy transport vehicles will be allowed to travel from Delhi to Noida, Ghaziabad, Meerut, Agra and Lucknow on National Highway 9, The traffic police has issued two toll free numbers for any inconvenience or information.
Entry of heavy and medium vehicles into the district from Delhi border will remain closed from 6 am on September 21 to 12 midnight on September 25. During this time, you can get information about traffic by calling 9971009001 and 9355057381. Along with this, you can also contact for ambulance by calling 9355057380.