Traffic advisory for India-Pakistan match

Updated: 05 January 2013 21:09 IST

"There is very limited parking for labelled vehicles in the proximity of the stadium. There is no parking for general vehicles in the proximity of the stadium," said Joint Commissioner of Police (Traffic) Satyendra Garg on Saturday.

Traffic advisory for India-Pakistan match
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New Delhi:

The Delhi Police has issued a traffic advisory for the third India-Pakistan One-day International at Ferozeshah Kotla on Sunday, asking match-goers to park only in designated areas and saying the public should avoid the roads around the area, an official said.

"There is very limited parking for labelled vehicles in the proximity of the stadium. There is no parking for general vehicles in the proximity of the stadium," said Joint Commissioner of Police (Traffic) Satyendra Garg on Saturday.

"No vehicle shall be allowed to be parked on Bahadurshah Zafar Marg and Jawaharlal Nehru Marg near the stadium," he said.

Spectators can park their vehicles at Mata Sundari and Shanti Van parking in the central Delhi.

Delhi Transport Corporation (DTC) and Delhi and District Cricket Association (DDCA) will run special ferry service from Pragati Maidan and New Delhi Metro Stations for spectators.

General public is advised to avoid Rajghat to J.L.N. Marg, Kamla Market to Raj Ghat, Turkman Gate to Delhi Gate and Ram Charan Agarwal Chowk to Delhi Gate during the match.

For security reasons, electronic items like laptop, camera, transistor, digital diary, remote controlled car-keys are not allowed.

Spectators are also advised not to bring food packets, water bottles, cigarette lighter, match boxes and knives.

Topics : Cricket India MS Dhoni Yuvraj Singh Sardar Patel Stadium, Motera, Ahmedabad Pakistan Pakistan in India 2012
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