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India will host the 18th G20 summit on 9th & 10th September 2023

Traffic will be controlled & regulated from 5 am on 8th September till 23:59 pm on 10th September.

India is preparing to host the G20 Summit in New Delhi. This will be the 18th G20 Summit and the venue will be Bharat Mandapam at Pragati Maidan. The event will be attended by all the leaders of the member countries of G20. Also, the leaders of the countries invited to the summit will be attending the event as well. US President, Joe Biden will also be visiting india during this event.

For safety and convenience, several rules and regulations have been put in place. This includes, the control and regulation of traffic. These regulation are in the New Delhi District and its surrounding areas. All emergency services such as Ambulances, movement of essential goods will be allowed during this time.

Traffic will be controlled & regulated from 5 am on 8th September till 23:59 pm on 10th September.

Movement of public transport will be regulated and controlled. For public several alternate routes have been suggested. Following are some of the suggested routes that public can use to travel across Delhi.

NORTH – SOUTH CORRIDOR:  Ring Road – Ashram Chowk – Sarai Kale Khan – Delhi-Meerut Expressway – Noida Link Road – Pusta Road –yudhisthir Setu – ISBT kashmere Gate – Ring Road – Majnu Ka Tila.

From AIIMS Chowk – Ring Road – Dhaula Kuan – Ring Road – Brar Square – Naraina Flyover – Rajouri Garden Junction – Ring Road – Punjabi Bagh Junction – Ring Road – Azad Pur Chowk.

EAST – WEST CORRIDOR: From Sun Dial/DND Flyover – Ring Road –Ashram Chowk – Moolchand Underpass – AIIMS Chowk – Ring Road – Dhaula Kuan – Ring Road – Brar Square – Naraina Flyover.

From yudhisthir Setu – Ring Road – Chandgi Ram Akhara – Mall Road – Azad Pur Chowk – Ring Road – Lala Jagat Narayan Marg

PUBLIC BUS SERVICES:
All Public buses will operate on Ring Road and roads beyond the Ring Road on the border areas of Delhi. The public buses will not operate in New Delhi area.

METRO TRAIN SERVICES:
All metro trains will be available for public transportation. Only the Supreme Court metro station will be closed to the public. People wanting to reach the airport can use the Airport Express Metro train.

For more details about the routes for traveling in Delhi during G20, visit the following link from the Delhi Traffic Police website.

https://traffic.delhipolice.gov.in/dtpg20info/traffic.html

Also, the following new report details all the different ways to travel across delhi.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zBS-JyJo25Q

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