Traffic diversion plans to be rolled out for setting up underground stretch of Kanpur Metro

As per the metro authority, the proposed diversion plan will be executed firstly at the Naveen Market. Read on to know more-

The next phase of the Kanpur Metro Project will witness the construction of a 4-kilometre long underground line from Chunniganj to Nayaganj. Along this section, 4 underground stations will be established at Chunniganj, Naveen Market, Bada Chauraha and Nayaganj. In order to move ahead with the construction plans, alternate traffic routes would be chalked at all four locations and they would be functional for a period of around 2 years.


Citizens asked to give their suggestions for the diversion plan


Prioritising the comfort of the city dwellers, Uttar Pradesh Metro Rail Corporation has prepared an effective plan of action for traffic diversion. Before the orders are rolled out, UPMRC and the Traffic Police have requested suggestions from the city folks to assure ease for the commuters.

As per the information given by the metro authority, the proposed diversion plan will be executed firstly at the Naveen Market. This plan has been made available across the social media handles of UPMRC and UP Traffic Police, where the citizens can leave their recommendations in the comment box till 20th July. After proper evaluation of all suggestions, the viable ones will be incorporated into the plan and the diversion scheme will be made operational on the 21st July.

Here's the detailed diversion plan around Naveen Market

The Naveen Market metro station is proposed between Parade Chauraha and Kalyan Ji Bakery. Following routes will be available for the vehicles once the diversion plan is applied-

  • Vehicles coming from Lal Imli will take a left turn at Parade Chauraha and reach Bada Chauraha via Civil Lines/Empire Road.
  • On the stretch from Parade Chauraha to Kalyan Ji Bakery, 12 feet wide space will be left for vehicles going to Naveen Market from Bada Chauraha. This will be a one-way road.
  • Vehicles coming from Lal Imli will reach Naveen Market through the Empire lane. They will pass through Bhargava Hospital's turn, taking a right turn after this spot.
  • It is noteworthy that the parking on the main road will not be available for vehicles and they will use the crystal parking.

You can give your suggestions by clicking here!

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