India Vs Aus T20I Bengaluru: Where you can or cannot park, traffic police issues advisory
Bengaluru City Traffic Police has issued an advisory to vehicle users ahead of the India-Australia second T20I match at Chinnaswamy stadium in a bid to ensure there are no parking or traffic woes on Wednesday evening.
Bengaluru: Following the 2nd T20I cricket match between India and Australia at KSCA stadium on Wednesday evening, between 7pm and 11pm, a huge turnout and traffic congestion is expected. Bengaluru City Traffic Police has come up with restrictions around KSCA stadium to ensure smooth flow of traffic.
Parking not allowed
According to Additional Commissioner of Police, Traffic and Security, P Harishekaran's office, parking of vehicles is prohibited on following roads from 2:00pm to 11:30pm; Queens Road (from Balekundri Circle to Queens Circle) MG Road (from Anil Kumble circle to Queens Circle), link road from MG Road to Cubbon Road, Raj Bhavan Road, T Chowdaiah Road, Race Course Road, Central Street, Cubbon Road (from CTO Circle to Dickenson Road). Except for BMTC Buses all types of vehicles are prohibited from parking on Cubbon road (from Kamaraja Road to Dickenson Road), St Marks Road (from Cash Pharmacy to Anil Kumble Circle), Museum Road (from MG Road to St Marks Road and Ashirvadam Circle), Kasturba Road (from Queens Circle to Hudson Circle), Mallya Hospital Road (from Siddalingaiah Circle to RRMR Circle).
Parking of vehicles is also prohibited inside Cubbon park, opposite Press Club, Bal Bhavan Road, Lavelle Road, Vittal Mallya Road (from Siddalingaiah Circle to Bishop Cotton Girl’s School).
The traffic department also has made arrangements for vehicle users to park. Parking is provided at following places between 2pm and 11:30pm. Vehicles can be parked at St Joseph’s Indian School Grounds and UB City parking lot, first floor of BMTC Depot at Shivajinagar bus stand. Parking for KSCA members has been provided at St. Joseph’s European School (Museum Road) due to the shortage of parking space around KSCA stadium.
Along with this the traffic police have requested spectators to use public transport like BMTC and Metro.