WION Web Team New Delhi, Delhi, India
Dec 24, 2017, 09.10 AM
Traffic Police authorities in Noida are all set with security arrangements ahead of the Magenta Line inauguration on December 25 at Botanical Garden.
Uttar Pradesh chief minister Yogi Adityanath and Prime Minister Narendra Modi will inaugurate the first phase of the Magenta Line of the Delhi Metro.
District Magistrate Brajesh Narain Singh also held a meeting on Friday with district and police officers.
Brajesh Narain told media that a helipad has been made at the Botanical Garden.
A traffic advisory has also been issued by the Noida police and entry of heavy vehicles has been banned in parts of Noida.
Vehicle traffic also won't be allowed from Sector 38 Botanical Garden bus stand to Atta Chowk road.
The roads that remain blocked from traffic are the roads connecting to Sector 94, 124, 125 and 126.
The police also said that light vehicles can take the route of below the Mahamaya Flyover via Hajipur to reach sector 126.
According to the advisory, heavy vehicles entering through the Delhi-Noida-Direct Flyway, Chilla Regulator, elevated road Sector 60 and MP road to FNG (Parthla) crossing won't be allowed from 7 am to 9 pm.
Prime Minister Modi will address a public rally at the Amity University ground after the inauguration and people coming from Greater Noida to attend the rally can take Sector 93 cut and via service road to reach the rally site.
The new magenta line is a connecting line between Kalkaji in South Delhi to Botanical Garden, Noida.
After it begins for commuters, the travel time from south Delhi to Noida will cut down by 40 minutes.