Traffic in Adugodi to be affected on account of Rathasapthami

The Adugodi Annual Chariot Festival, Rathasapthami, starts on February 6th and will go on up to 9am, February 7th, 2014. During the festival, there will be a large gathering, public movement and many pavement stalls in Adugodi. This is likely to affect movement of traffic in and around Adugodi.


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Plan your travel for tomorrow well in advance to avoid getting caught in likely traffic jams. 

The Adugodi traffic police will divert vehicular movement on Adugodi Main Road, in view of large crowds coverging on Muni Chinnappa School for the Rathasapthami festival and other religious rituals.

Alternative routes:

– Vehicles coming from Madivala and Dr Mari Gowda Road towards Adugodi, using the Hosur Lashkar Road, will be stopped at Madivala checkpost. The vehicles can use the Sarjapur Road-Koramangala Water Tank Circle route to reach Koramangala 100 Feet Road.

– Vehicles coming from Wilson Garden, Shanthinagar and moving towards Mico Link Road and towards Adugodi Circle will be stopped at Mico Bande Circle. They can use Bannerghatta Road to reach Bangalore Dairy Circle and move further.

– Taking a right turn at Uco Bank Circle is banned for vehicles plying between Koramangala 80 Feet Road and Adugodi. The vehicles can use Madivala North Road, Dr Mari Gowda Road, Bangalore Dairy Circle, take a right turn at Bannerghatta Road and move further.

– Vehicles coming from Ashoknagar, Neelasandra and Langford Road and moving towards Adugodi Main Road (Hosur Lashkar Road) will be stopped at Anepalya Circle. The vehicles can use Bannerghatta Road to reach Bangalore Dairy Circle.

 

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