Private transport strike in Bengaluru BTP issues Traffic Advisory and diverts traffic in and around Majestic area,4000 additional BMTC bus will operate:BMTC

Yogesh K Porwar & Avanth Kumar Kankariya

T he Bengaluru City traffic police have diverted the traffic movement in and around majestic due to Bengaluru bandh called by the Karnataka State Private Vehicle Owners Association on Sunday.

Considering the traffic disruption in and around majestic and freedom park area,the traffic police have diverted the vehicles movements and requested the road users to avoid KG road,Sheshadri road,GT road, roads around freedom park and Majestic bus stand to avoid congestion.

Vehicles coming from RR Junction towards Khoday circle move towards Krishna floor mill and proceed towards Malleshwaram and further .

Vehicle coming from Goodshed road should proceed towards GT Road Via Sangolli Rayanna circle to reach Okalipuram to proceed towards Sujatha theatere and further.

Vehicles coming from Mysuru bank circle proceed towards Palace road towards Maharani junction underpass and go towards Basaveshwara circle and further says a official release.

Meanwhile The Bengaluru Metropolitan Transport Corporation (BMTC) in a statement said it will operate 4,000 additional trips from major bus stations like Kempegowda and K R market Monday. At present, the BMTC operates 57,450 trips every day.

BMTC staff and Sarathi patrol forces are being deployed on major roads, bus stands, and junctions in the city. An additional 100 trips have also been planned to and from the Kempegowda International Airport as well, the BMTC added.