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G20 is here. Here’s a guide for those travelling in and around New Delhi area

From september 8 to september 10, a public holiday has been declared in new delhi due to the g20 summit. if you have plans over the extended weekend, here are all you need to know about the travel restrictions in place for the g20 summit..

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A billboard installed ahead of the two-day G20 summit in New Delhi.

India is hosting the G20 Summit this weekend, with world leaders and foreign delegates set to converge on New Delhi . With the top leaders landing in the city, authorities have chalked out elaborate travel restrictions and arrangements to ensure high security and hassle-free traffic movement.

What modes of transport to use?

From September 8 to September 10, some types of public transport might not run as usual and certain routes might be shut or diverted for security reasons. Traffic movement will be regulated on the roads in and around New Delhi district.

Commuters might experience longer travel times due to the traffic restrictions. Entry of private as well as commercial vehicles into the New Delhi area will be restricted (more on this below).

What about the Metro?

Delhi Metro services will start from 4 am from terminal stations on all lines of the network on September 8-10. All Metro stations will remain open for the general public from September 8 to 10, except the Supreme Court Metro Station, which is the closest metro station near Pragati Maidan -- the venue of the mega summit.

Can I enter New Delhi district?

The entire area of New Delhi district will be considered as a "controlled zone" from 5 am on September 8 to 11:59 pm on September 10.

While three-seater rickshaws and taxis will be allowed on roads outside the New Delhi District, taxis with passengers heading to New Delhi District will need to carry proper passes or hotel booking details. Residents, authorised vehicles and essential service providers have been asked to carry identity proof, while tourists and passengers having bookings in hotels located inside New Delhi District will have to present valid hotel booking details.

Apart from this, the entire area inside Ring Road (Mahatma Gandhi Marg) will be considered as a “regulated one” from 5 am on September 8 till 11:59 pm on September 10.

How do I reach airport or railway station?

Passengers travelling to the airport and railway stations are advised to take the routes suggested by the Delhi Police and keep in mind that travel time might be longer over the next three days.

Travel route for railway stations

NEW DELHI RAILWAY STATION

From South & West Delhi: Dhaula Kuan - Ring Road - Naraina Flyover - Mayapuri Chowk – Kirti Nagar Main Road - Shadipur Flyover - Patel Road (Main Mathura Marg) - R/A Pusa - Pusa Road - Dayal Chowk - Panchkuian Road - Outer Circle Connaught Place - Chelmsford Road for Paharganj side or Minto Road - Bhabhuti Marg for Ajmeri Gate side.

From North & East Delhi: Yudhister Setu - Boulevard Road - Rani Jhansi Flyover - R/A Jhandewalan -D.B. Gupta Road - Sheela Cinema Road - Paharganj Bridge and reach New Delhi Railway Station.

HAZRAT NIZAMUDDIN RAILWAY STATION

From South Delhi: Dhaula Kuan Flyover - Ring Road - AIlMS Chowk - Baba Banda Singh Bahadur Setu - Slip Road towards Lala Lajpat Rai Marg - Lodhi Road - Neela Gumbad - Hazrat Nizamuddin Marg - Nizamuddin Railway Station Road and reach Hazrat Nizamuddin Railway Station

From East Delhi: Pusta Road/Noida Link Road - Delhi-Meerut Expressway – Mahatma Gandhi Marg (Ring Road) - Nizamuddin Entry-II Road and reach Hazrat Nizamuddin Railway Station.

From West Delhi: Punjabi Bagh Junction - Mahatma Gandhi Road (Ring Road) - Raja Garden Chowk- Naraina Flyover - Dhaula Kuan Flyover - Ring Road - AlIMS Chowk – Baba Banda Singh Bahadur Setu - Slip Road towards Lala Lajpat Rai Marg - Lodhi Road- Neela Gumbad - Hazrat Nizamuddin Marg - Nizamuddin Railway Station Road and reach Hazrat Nizamuddin Railway Station

From North Delhi: Mukarba Chowk - Dr. KB Hedgewar Marg (Outer Ring Road) - Majnu Ka Tila) - Chandagi Ram Akhada - Left loop from Ring Road towards Yudhishthir Setu – GT Road - Shatri Park - Pusta Road/Noida Link Road - Delhi-Meerut Expressway -Mahatma Gandhi Marg (Ring Road) - Nizamuddin Entry-ll Road and reach Hazrat Nizamuddin Railway Station.

SARAI ROHILLA RAILWAY STATION

From South Delhi: Dhaula Kuan Flyover - Vande Matram Marg - Dayal Chowk - Faiz Road- New Rohtak Road - Liberty Cinema - Navhind School Marg - Sarai Rohilla Railway Station Road and reach Sarai Rohilla Railway Station.

From East Delhi: Noida Link Road/Pusta Road - Shastri Park - GT Road – Yudhishthir Setu - GT Karnal Road - Under Rani Jhansi Flyover - Ram Bagh Marg - Veer Banda Bairagi Marg - Old Rohtak Road - Sarai Rohilla Railway Station Road and reach Sarai Rohilla Railway Station.

From West Delhi: Punjabi Bagh Junction - Rohtak Road - New Rohtak Road - Sarai Rohilla Railway Station Road and reach Sarai Rohilla Railway Station.

From North Delhi: Azadpur Chowk - Ring Road - Prem Badi Pul- Maharaja Nahar Singh Marg - Inderlok Metro Station - Veer Banda Bairagi Marg - Old Rohtak Road – Sarai Rohilla Railway Station Road and reach Sarai Rohilla Railway Station.

OLD DELHI RAILWAY STATION

From South & East Delhi: Ring Road - Ashram Chowk - Sarai Kale Khan - Delhi-Meerut Expressway - Noida Link Road - Pusta Road - Yudhister Setu – ISBT Kashmere Gate - Lothian Road - Chhatta Rail - S. P. Mukherjee Marg- Kauria Bridge and reach Old Delhi Railway Station.

From West & North Delhi: Punjabi Bagh Junction - Rohtak Road - Rani Jhansi Flyover – Lothian Road - Chatta Rail - Kauria Bridge and reach Old Delhi Railway Station.

Travel route to Delhi Airport

If you opt to travel to Terminal 1 or Terminal 3 of Delhi Airport via road between the intervening night of September 7 and 8 till 11:59 pm on September 10, you can take the following route:

From Gurugram to T3 & from T3 to Gurugram: Service Road NH-48 – Rao Gajraj Singh Marg – Old Delhi Gurugram Road – UER II – Service Road NH-48 – T3 Terminal Road

From Gurugram to T1 & from T1 to Gurugram: Service Road NH-48 – Rao Gajraj Singh Marg – Old Delhi Gurugram Road – UER II – Service Road NH-48 – T3 Terminal Road – Service Road NH-48 – Sanjay T-Point – Ullan Batar Marg – Terminal T1

From Dwarka to T3 & from T3 to Dwarka: Sector 22 Dwarka Road – UER II – Service Road NH-48 – T3 Terminal Road

From Dwarka to T1 & from T1 to Dwarka: Sector 22 Dwarka Road – UER II – Service Road NH-48 – T3 Terminal Road – Service Road NH-48 – Sanjay T-Point – Ullan Batar Marg – Terminal T1

From New Delhi & South Delhi to T3 & from T3 to New Delhi & South Delhi: AIIMS Chowk - Ring Road – Moti Bagh Chowk – RTR Marg - Sanjay T-Point – Service Road NH-48 - T3 Terminal Road

From New Delhi & South Delhi to T1 & from T1 to New Delhi & South Delhi: AIIMS Chowk - Ring Road – Moti Bagh Chowk – RTR Marg - Sanjay T-Point - Ullan Batar Marg – Terminal T1

From West Delhi to T3 & from T3 to West Delhi: Punjabi Bagh Chowk - Ring Road – Raja Garden Chowk – Najafgarh Road – Pankha Road – Dabri-Dwarka Road – Road No. 224, Dabri-Gurugram Road – Sector-22, Dwarka Road – UER-II - Service Road NH-48 - T3 Terminal Road

From West Delhi to T1 & from T1 to West Delhi: Punjabi Bagh Chowk - Ring Road – Raja Garden Chowk – Najafgarh Road – Pankha Road – Dabri-Dwarka Road – Road No. 224, Dabri-Gurugram Road – Sector-22, Dwarka Road – UER-II - Service Road NH-48 - T3 Terminal Road - Ullan Batar Marg – Terminal T1

From North & East Delhi to T3 & from T3 to North & East Delhi: ISBT kashmere Gate – Rani Jhansi Flyover – Rohtak Road - Punjabi Bagh Chowk - Ring Road – Raja Garden Chowk – Najafgarh Road – Pankha Road – Dabri-Dwarka Road – Road No. 224, Dabri-Gurugram Road – Sector-22, Dwarka Road – UER-II - Service Road NH-48 - T3 Terminal Road

What roads are shut?

Commuters have been asked to avoid journeys to places falling in Regulated and Controlled Zones. Here’s the suggested routes for those commuting via road over the next three days:

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.

General traffic will be allowed into Delhi from Rajokari Border, but it will be diverted from NH-48 to Rao Tula Ram Marg – Olof Palme Marg. No vehicular movement will be allowed on NH-48 towards Dhaula Kuan.

Buses and commercial vehicles will not be allowed to ply on Mathura Road (beyond Ashram Chowk), Bhairon Road, Purana Quila Road and inside Pragati Maidan Tunnel from the intervening night of September 7 and 8 to 11:59 pm on September 10.

Will I be able to order food online?

What will be open and what will be shut.

All government offices, private offices, and educational institutions located in the NCT of Delhi will remain closed from September 8-10. All commercial banks and financial institutions within New Delhi Police District's jurisdiction will be closed from September 8-10.

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G20 Summit: What’s open and closed in Delhi, and routes to avoid

Panchali Dey , TIMESOFINDIA.COM , TRAVEL NEWS , DELHI Updated : Sep 5, 2023, 12:30 IST

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Delhi is all geared up to host one of the biggest events of the year, the G20 Summit, from September 9-10. For your information, all heads of the state and dignitaries from 20 leading economies of the world will start arriving in the national capital a day earlier. For their smooth travel, authorities will be imposing a set of traffic restrictions. Referring to this, the Delhi Traffic Police has also released a detailed advisory for the people so that they don't get stuck somewhere, or face any type of inconvenience during the summit period.

Do note that the New Delhi area, where the summit will be held, will remain out of bounds from the night of September 7.

So, here is all that you need to know about what will remain closed and open during these dates.

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List of what will remain open and what will remain close for the G20 summit

As the summit is all set to be held at the newly-built Bharat Mandapam convention centre in Delhi's Pragati Maidan, entry and exit in the capital will be regulated.

As per the traffic police, all the establishments, such as restaurants, offices, malls and markets, will remain closed in New Delhi from September 8. Authorities added that those living in the area will be allowed entry and exit, but those coming from outside will need special passes.

All non-destined vehicles will be diverted towards Eastern and Western Peripheral Expressways and other alternative routes. In short, these vehicles will be denied entry to Delhi.

Also note, heavy and light goods vehicles will not be allowed to enter Delhi, where those carrying essential commodities like fruits, milk, vegetables, and medical supplies will be allowed to enter into Delhi.

Emergency medical vehicles will not be stopped, whereas metro and bus services will remain operational, but with some restrictions in place. Reports add that the traffic police will be setting up a dedicated ambulance assistance control room from midnight of September 7 to 11.59 pm of September 11.

Will there be taxis, buses, and auto rickshaws available?

Auto rickshaws and taxis will be allowed on the road network outside New Delhi district. Do note that taxis carrying tourists will be allowed entry to the New Delhi district, but that will be possible only if they have valid hotel bookings.

Meanwhile, residents, essential service providers, and authorised vehicles will need to carry documents to prove their identity. As regarding the buses, they will be allowed to operate on Ring Road and road network beyond Ring Road towards the borders of Delhi.

Also, as per the advisory, general traffic, which will include all types of commercial buses and vehicles already present in Delhi will be allowed on Ring Road and road network beyond Ring Road towards the borders of Delhi.

How to travel from airport and railway stations?

The Delhi Traffic Police informed that the movement of passengers to airport, New Delhi, and Old Delhi railway stations will be facilitated. The police advised those travelling to these place should make sure that they take the suggested routes, and also keep sufficient time at hand.

The Delhi Traffic Police also advised people to take the metro to commute between September 8 and 10.

Here are the suggested routes that you can take

The traffic police have requested commuters to avoid taking routes to places that fall in regulated and controlled zones. However, if it’s unavoidable, take these following routes instead.

North-South corridor : Ring Road-Ashram Chowk-Sarai Kale Khan-Delhi-Meerut Expressway-Noida Link Road-Pusta Road-Yudhistir Setu-ISBT Kashmere Gate-Ring Road-Majnu Ka Tila

Further, 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-Azadpur Chowk-Ring Road-Lala Jagat Narayan Marg

Advisory for railway travellers

Travel toward New Delhi Railway station from Ajmeri Gate side will be affected from 1 AM to 1 PM on September 10. Those who need to go to the Old Delhi station, they should note that road journeys from Shyama Prasad Mukherjee Road side will be affected during the same period. Passengers travelling toward Hazrat Nizamuddin station have been urged to make maximum use of metro services. However, if they need to hit the roads, the traffic police have created special North-South and East-West corridors.

Advisory for airport travellers

Those heading toward the airport have been advised to make maximum use of metro services, especially the Airport Express Line (Orange Line) connecting New Delhi Station to Dwarka Sector 21 Station via IGI Airport T3.

Do note that road journeys towards IGI Airport will be affected from the midnight of September 7 to 11:59 PM on September 10.

What about the metro services?

As per the reports, metro service will remain available for commuters at all metro stations. Those boarding/deboarding at Supreme Court Metro Station will, however, not be permitted from 5 AM on September 9 to 11 PM on September 10.

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G20 Summit: What’s open and closed in Delhi, and routes to avoid

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Where will the G-20 Summit be held in Delhi?

The G-20 Summit will take place at Bharat Mandapam, Pragati Maidan, New Delhi, on September 9th and 10th, 2023. However, the delegates will also visit Rajghat, NGMA (National Gallery of Modern Art) and Indian Agricultural Research Institute (IARI), Pusa during the summit.

How will the G-20 Summit affect traffic movement in Delhi?

There may be certain traffic regulations in the area of in and around the New Delhi from 07.09.2023 to 11.09.2023. Delhi traffic police has endeavoured to ensure unhindered Metro services and to ensure that all modes of public transport are available with certain regulations. Outside the jurisdiction of the New Delhi Municipal Council (NDMC) area, the flow of general traffic will remain unaffected, with the exception of National Highway 48 (NH-48). All medical shops, grocery shops, milk booth, vegetable/fruit shops will remain open throughout Delhi including New Delhi. Government employees, media personnel, medical practitioners and para-medics will be allowed to use their private vehicles as well as government vehicles in Controlled Zone. General traffic, including all types of commercial vehicles and buses already present in Delhi shall be allowed on Ring Road & road network beyond Ring Road towards the borders of Delhi. Movement of passengers to Airport, Railway Stations, ISBTs will be facilitated as all these facilities will be operational even during the G-20 Summit. Bonafide residents & authorized vehicles will be allowed to move within New Delhi District. Vehicles dealing with housekeeping, catering, waste management, etc. for hotels, hospitals & other important installations in New Delhi District will be allowed after verification. Commuters are suggested to make maximum use of Metro services as Metro services shall remain available for commuters at all metro stations in Delhi. However, boarding/deboarding at Supreme Court Metro Station will not be permitted from 0500 hrs. on 90.09.2023 to 2300 hrs. on 10.09.2023. Delhi Traffic Police has issued a detailed traffic advisory for guiding the commuters during the G-20 Summit. Alternative route and modes of transport have been suggested for seamless connectivity throughout Delhi. It is advisable to stay updated with official announcements regarding public transportation schedules and any temporary change. For further information regarding the real time traffic update please visit G20 Traffic Virtual Help Desk https://traffic.delhipolice.gov.in/dtpg20info , Delhi Traffic Police Website https://traffic.delhipolice.gov.in , Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/dtptraffic , Twitter handle https://twitter.com/dtptraffic , Instagram page https://www.instagram.com/dtptraffic , WhatsApp Number 8750871493, and Helpline Numbers 1095/011-25844444, Delhi Police official Website - https://delhipolice.gov.in . Please download Mapples- MapmyIndia App for accurate alternative routes. It will give you alternate route in consonance with traffic regulations.

Will there be any restrictions on public transportation during the G-20 Summit in Delhi?

There may be some limitations in public transport system depending on security requirements as certain modes of public transport and certain routes of public transportation will be modified or temporarily suspended during the G-20 Summit from 07.09.2023 to 11.09.2023. Airport, Railway, Metro services, Interstate Buses & City Buses, TSR/Taxis will be functional as usual, however, the services of the railways, airways, interstate buses, city buses, TSR/Taxis may be affected/curtailed. Metro services shall remain available for commuters at all Metro stations. However, boarding/de-boarding at Supreme Court Metro Station will not be permitted from 0500 hrs. on 09.09.2023 to 2300 hours on 10.08.2023. Interstate buses will also be allowed entry into Delhi. All such buses will have terminating points on the Ring Road as suggested in Traffic advisory. City buses will operate on Ring Road & road network beyond Ring Road towards the borders of Delhi. These buses will be allowed to exit from Delhi. However, City bus service will not be available in New Delhi Area. No TSR and Taxi will be allowed to enter or ply in New Delhi District from 0500 hours on 09.09.2023 to 2359 hours on 10.09.2023. However, Taxis carrying bonafide residents and tourists having valid bookings in hotels located inside New Delhi District will be allowed to ply on road network inside New Delhi District. Bonafide residents & authorized vehicles will be allowed to move within New Delhi District. Vehicles dealing with housekeeping, catering, waste management, etc. for hotels, hospitals & other important installations in New Delhi District will be allowed after verification. Bonafide residents, authorized vehicles and essential service providers mentioned above will have to carry documents to prove their identity. It is advised to stay updated with official announcements regarding public transportation schedules and any temporary changes. For further information regarding the real time traffic update please visit G20 Traffic Virtual Help Desk https://traffic.delhipolice.gov.in/dtpg20info , Delhi Traffic Police Website https://traffic.delhipolice.gov.in , Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/dtptraffic , Twitter handle https://twitter.com/dtptraffic , Instagram page https://www.instagram.com/dtptraffic , WhatsApp Number 8750871493, and Helpline Numbers 1095/011-25844444, Delhi Police official Website - https://delhipolice.gov.in . Please download Mapples- MapmyIndia App for accurate alternative routes. It will give you alternate route in consonance with traffic regulations.

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