Two big international events are going to be held in Noida from Thursday. One is UP International Trade Show and the other is Moto GP. Noida Police has made complete preparations regarding security and traffic for both the big events, 10 thousand policemen and traffic personnel have been deployed in the district, traffic advisory has been issued.
UP International Trade Show will be organized at Greater Noida Expomart from 21st September to 25th September and Moto GP, the thrill of Gautam Buddha Circuit bike racing, will be organized from 22nd September to 24th September. To make both the events a success and to ensure that the spectators do not face any problem, the police have banned bus traffic on Noida Greater Noida Expressway and Yamuna Expressway for the first time, for the next 5 days. Many major diversions have been made, please read the police advisory before venturing out on the streets of Noida for the next five days.
Ban on buses and commercial vehicles
A complete ban has been imposed on commercial goods vehicles in Noida for the next 5 days and many routes for buses have also been diverted. You will not see buses on many routes of Noida for the next 5 days.
On which routes freight and bus travel will be restricted
From Delhi Border to Gautam Budh Nagar, Chilla Border, Kalindi Kunj, New Ashok Nagar, Kundli Jhundpur Border, apart from this, goods carriers and buses are completely banned for 5 days on Pari Chowk, Knowledge Park, Noida Greater Noida Expressway and Yamuna Expressway. Has gone. This means that buses along with commercial vehicles will not operate on these roads of Noida for the next 5 days.
Now Noida Traffic Police has diverted the route for those who have to travel by bus for the next 5 days. By following the route issued by Noida Traffic, you can easily reach your destination.
All DTC buses going from Delhi Ashram via Chilla to Sector 16, 37 will go from Mayur Vihar via Kondli Jhundpura via Stadium Chowk to Rajnigandha to Depot Sector 16.
All passenger buses going from City Centre, Sector 37, Botanical Garden to Pari Chowk will go from Sector 44 Roundabout to Eldico Chowk, Sector 93 NSEZ, Surajpur Alpha Commercial Roundabout to Ramlila Park near Depot Roundabout.
All buses going towards Agra will get down from Yamuna Expressway towards Jewar Town and go towards the destination via Sabota Underpass, Khurja Bypass via Jahangirpur Khurja.
Along with this, all the passengers going to places like Mathura, Agra, Lucknow etc. via Yamuna Express from Pari Chowk, go from Ramlila Park near Bus Depot Roundabout, Sirsa Roundabout, Bhagola Chowk, Hareli Canal, Bilaspur, Dankaur Bypass, Raghupur via service road, towards Agra. From the climbing loop, they will go towards the destination via Yamuna Expressway, that is, these buses will not run on Yamuna Expressway in Noida.
However, Noida Traffic Police has exempted all vehicles carrying emergency services. Ambulance vehicles can take help from the traffic police by calling the traffic helpline number 9355 057. In case of emergency, the ambulance will be provided the assistance of marshal motorcycle on Noida Greater Noida Expressway, Yamuna Expressway.
Spectators going to watch Moto GP can go through these routes
In view of the MotoGP bike race, the police has said in its suggestion that all the spectators coming from Delhi, Noida, Ghaziabad, Hapur, Meerut, Bulandshahr should get down from Exit 2A, 2C and go to North, West/South, East of Gautam Buddha Circuit Circuit. After entering the zone, you can park the vehicles at your designated parking spot and go to your stand mentioned in the ticket.
All the spectators coming from Agra Mathura Aligarh side can get down from Chappar Garh Cut and enter the South/East Zone Gate of Gautam Buddha Circuit Circuit, cross the vehicles in their designated parking and go to the stand marked on the ticket.
At the same time, during the MotoGP 22 racing event to be held at Gautam Buddha Circuit, shuttle bus service has also been arranged for BIC from many metro stations.
People going to trade show can go through these routes
-Delhi Haryana Ghaziabad to Greater Noida, Expomart via Noida Expressway.
-Ghaziabad, Meerut can reach Expomart from Surajpur via Kisan Chowk, Hapur.
-You can go to Expomart from Bulandshahr via Eastern Peripheral Expressway and from Agra via Yamuna Expressway.
Parking arrangements have also been made near the Expomart for the people coming to the trade show.
– Parking arrangements have been made inside NASA roundabout near Expomart.
-Along with this, alternative parking has also been made in GL Bajaj College campus.
-Shuttle base service has been arranged for Moto GP from these metro stations of Gautam Buddha Nagar.
Botanical Garden Metro Station
Sector 148 Metro Station
Delta 1 Metro Station
Depot Greater Noida Metro Station
The shuttle bus service that has been started for the spectators coming to watch Moto GP, this shuttle bus will take the spectators from North/West and South/East zone gate to the sitting stand.
schools will remain closed
The police have made complete preparations for two big programs in the district. Keeping security in mind, the district administration has closed schools from nursery to class 12th of all the boards, all schools will remain closed on 21st September.
people going to office take care
People who go to work in Noida will not face any kind of problem, private vehicles can go to their offices easily, as per the advisory by the traffic police for the buses going towards Noida, Delhi and Greater Noida. You can catch it, the trade show will run from 11 am to 8 pm, hence the traffic will remain like this from morning to evening for the next 5 days.