Chief Minsiter K. Chandrasekhar Rao By arrangement
Hyderabad: The police has imposed traffic curbs and diversions in connection with the laying of the foundation stone by Chief Minister K. Chandrashekar Rao for the construction of the Telangana Institute of Medical Sciences (TIMS) opposite Alwal Rythu Bazaar on Tuesday.
Police said there could be traffic congestion at Rythu Bazaar, Kompally, Medchal, Suchitra crossroads, Bolaram and surrounding area from 11 am till 3 pm on Tuesday.
Traffic diversions and road closures would be removed once the programme concluded. Motorists were requested to take alternative routes.
There would be traffic congestion between Trimulgherry crossroads and Bolaram checkpost. Motorists were requested to use the ORR from Suchitra crossroad to Medchal (Kompally) to reach the Karimnagar Highway. Traffic would be diverted from Kanijiguda towards Suchitra crossroads. From the JBS side towards Karimnagar Highway, traffic would be diverted via Tivoli, Balamrai, Tadbund and Bowenpally towards Suchitra and Medchal ORR. Traffic heading from Telangana Talli junction will be diverted towards Kanajiguda. Vehicles will be allowed to take a right turn from Dairy Farm towards Suchitra, Kompally to Medchal towards ORR. Traffic at the Telangana Talli statue towards Indira Gandhi statue will be allowed to take a left turn towards Suchitra junction that leads to Kompally and Medchal.
Traffic will be diverted towards Indira Gandhi statue and will be allowed to take a right towards Bolaram checkpost. Traffic heading from Karimnagar towards the city via ORR Shamirpet will be diverted towards Ghatkesar and will have an exit to Uppal.
Police said there would be traffic congestion at Kandlakoya (Medchal) exit to Kompally and Suchitra Junction towards Bowenpally-Dondigal Maisamma temple/BITS junction towards Keesara.