Traffic diversion triggers snarls on roads towards Zirakpur

Traffic diversion triggers snarls on roads towards Zirakpur

Commuters stuck in a traffic jam on the road separating Sector 29 and 31 in Chandigarh on Thursday. Photo: Pradeep Tewari

Tribune News Service

Chandigarh, November 25

Traffic snarls were witnessed on roads towards Zirakpur due to the diversion for medium and heavy motor vehicles made at the Hallo Majra light point here.

The traffic has been diverted in view of the construction work on an underpass near the Zirakpur barrier.

The diversion led to serpentine queues of vehicles on Dakshin Marg.

A police official said commuters moving towards Zirakpur should take alternative routes, including from Tribune Chowk towards the Transport Light point (Madhya Marg) road and further towards the Housing Board light point or the road from Tribune Chowk towards the Faidan barrier (Sector 47/48) light point and further to the road leading to Phase 11, Mohali, and then towards the Airport road, to go towards Zirakpur/Ambala/ Patiala /Delhi.

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