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Traffic diversion in Koregoan Park and Kalyaninagar area to facilitate Metro Work

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Deccan Express | The Pune traffic police have diverted vehicular movement in places in Koregoan Park and Kalyaninagar on an experimental basis to facilitate the ongoing Metro station work. The change will be implemented from Saturday.

Rahul Shrirame, Deputy Commissioner of Police (Traffic) has issued notification regarding traffic diversion in Koregoan Park and Kalyaninagar. He informed that vehicular traffic movement from Koregaon Park to Bishop School would remain closed at NM Chavan Chowk. While traffic movement from Bishop School to Koregaon park would remain closed at Gold Adlab Chowk.

Alternate routes  – Koregoan Park and Kalyaninagar

The statement said vehicles plying from Bishop school- Kalyaninagar to Koregaon Park can take a right turn and can take lane 7 of Kalyaninagar to reach their respective destination.

while vehicles going from Koregaon Park ABC Chowk and then Bishop School can take a left turn to reach Kalyaninagar Lane 8 and then move towards Gold Adlab Chowk to reach their respective destination.

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