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VISAKHAPATNAM: There will be traffic diversions in the city and on the outskirts in view of Chief Minister N. Kiran Kumar Reddy's participation in various programmes on Wednesday.
Heavy vehicles will not be allowed from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. between Pinagadi and Vepagunta, Pendurthy and Vepagunta, Sontyam and Vepagunta, Gosala and Hanumanthawaka. Heavy vehicles coming from Srikakulam, Vizianagaram to the city would be diverted via Anandapuram, Pendurthy and Sabbavaram, based on the need while those coming to the city from Anakapalle and Parawada would be diverted at Lankelapalem and sent via Sabbavaram and Pendurthy. Heavy vehicles and goods vehicles coming from Gajuwaka towards NAD would be diverted via the Port Connectivity Road opposite the Ayyappa Swamy temple at Sheelanagar, based on need.
All vehicles going to Park Hotel junction via Seven Hills Hospital and Siripuram would be diverted via Pandimetta junction. Those proceeding towards Mahatma Gandhi Cancer Hospital via Appu Ghar would be diverted via City Task Force Police Station Road and TTD Kalyana Mandapam.
Vehicles going towards Mahatma Gandhi Cancer Hospital from Venkojipalem would be diverted via MVP Double Road, based on the need. Those going from Isukathota to Sivajipalem would be diverted via Maddilapalem Road. Those going from Ramalakshman Apartment junction towards Isukathota via Sivajipalem Park and those going towards CTF Police Station Road junction would be diverted based on need.
Deputy Commissioner of Police J. Brahma Reddy appealed to motorists to cooperate with the traffic police in ensuring the smooth flow of traffic.
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