Traffic in City railway station and Kempegowda terminal to be affected

If you are taking a bus out of Bengaluru for the Dasara weekend, this is a must-read. The traffic police has made special arrangements to cope with the possible rush at the railway station and at bus stands.

In anticipation of the possible rush of traffic at the railway station and at bus stands, the Bengaluru Traffic Police has made special arrangements for traffic on October 21st . Impacted areas include City railway station, Kempegowda bus terminal, Shanthinagar bus terminal, Mysore road bus terminal, Yeswantpur bus terminal and Chikka Lalbagh bus terminal. In addition, private vehicles will not be allowed to use some roads, and parking has been banned on some others. Do remember that KSRTC has also planned for 1,500 additional buses for the Dasara weekend, so there is bound to be more vehicles on the city roads.  

Do have a look at the press note share by the Traffic Police, to ensure that your evening commute to your home, or out of town is peaceful. 


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