G-20 Summit: It will be easiest to go the metro when the G-20 summit is taking place in Delhi. At any station in the capital, there are no limitations in place. Since the conference will be held close by, just the Supreme Court Metro station will be closed for three days. Outside vehicle traffic may continue to be restricted in New Delhi. There are no restrictions on vehicle movement outside of New Delhi, according to the traffic police. The traffic police have stated that troublemakers would not be tolerated.
Traffic Measures Around Delhi’s Landmarks
INA, Newmotibagh, Gol Market, Mandir Marg, Connaught Place, Lutyens Delhi, Tilak Marg, Mandi House, ITO Chowk, Janpath, Pragati Maidan, Mathura Road, Sarai Kalekhan, Bhairon Road, Laxmibai Nagar, Sarojini Nagar, Chanakyapuri, Outside cars may not be allowed to move in places like Khan Market or Lodhi Colony, etc. However, residents will be permitted to leave by presenting paperwork pertaining to the address. The Ring Road will continue to be used, but there won’t be any access to New Delhi.
Travel Guidelines During Summit
- Outside vehicles may not allowed inside, but visitors will still be able to take the metro to any other station outside the Supreme Court station.
- No restrictions will apply to visiting hospitals, although patients will need to present their medical records.
- The ambulance is not halted. You can get assistance by phoning the Traffic Police Health Helpline at 6828400604 in case of any issues. You can also request the assistance of the traffic police by dialling this number in order to create the green corridor.
- New Delhi residents won’t have any restrictions on their movement, but they will need to present documentation proving their residency.
- Vehicles transporting milk, pharmaceuticals, food products, fruits, and vegetables, among other things, won’t be stopped.
- Entry will be granted after reviewing the documentation of the staff members of the New Delhi hospitals and hotels where visitors stay as well as the personnel performing necessary duties.
- DTC, cluster, private buses, and big trucks may not allowed to enter at all.
- Residents of the New Delhi region have also been instructed to allow entrance for taxis and cars.
- The traffic police have recommended those travelling to the airport and train station to stay away from New Delhi, but they will be permitted to do so after having their tickets checked.
Traffic Changes Ahead of International Summit Arrival
On September 10, the presidents of several different nations, including Prime Minister Narendra Modi, will arrive at Raj Ghat. The traffic police will halt all common vehicle traffic in the area of Rajghat during this time. Travellers reaching New Delhi Railway Station between the hours of 8 a.m. and 12 p.m. can potentially encounter issues. Passengers have been urged to approach the station from Paharganj’s direction to avoid disturbance.