For the construction of Eastern Peripheral Expressway, the Gautam Budh Nagar administration along with traffic police on Tuesday announced diversions on the Yamuna Expressway in Greater Noida.
The diversion will be in force for the next 15 days. It will be applicable to vehicles headed towards Agra. As per as the directive issued, the diversion will begin from today and will be in force for the next 15 days. It will be applicable to vehicles headed towards Agra from Noida. The construction work on peripheral expressway will start at 10am every day and end at 5pm, depending on fog conditions.
As there is risk of accidents so to slow down the speed of vehicles commuters are warned with the help of loudspeakers, pamphlets and updated signboards, rumble strips and speed limit boards. For putting a keen eye on the speed limit drones are being used. Around 100 fog lights are also installed. The diversion will be applicable in area of 5 kilometers.
“Commuters from Noida are requested to drive within safe speed limits and pay attention to the signboards which will lead them along the five kilometer diversion. The construction work will continue for the next 15 days,” said Anil Pandey, traffic Inspector.
The crossover of the Eastern Peripheral Expressway over the Yamuna Expressway will occur at 9 kilometers from the zero point in Greater Noida. Zero point refers to a location one kilometer prior to Pari Chowk in Greater Noida where commuters headed towards Agra can get on the Yamuna Expressway. Similarly, vehicles coming from Agra will be notified about the ongoing construction work through the use of loudspeakers at Yamuna expressway zero point and Jewar toll plaza.