Traffic restrictions, parking for IPL match

Traffic restrictions, parking for IPL match

The following traffic restrictions will be imposed for the IPL T20 cricket match at Chinnaswamy Stadium on Wednesday between 2 pm and 11.30 pm.

Parking will be banned on the following stretches: Both sides of Queen’s Road between CTO Circle and Queen’s Circle; both sides of Mahatma Gandhi Road between Anil Kumble Circle and Queen’s Circle; Link Road between Mahatma Gandhi Road and Cubbon Road; Raj Bhavan Road, T Chowdiah Road and Race Course Road; both adjoining roads of the stadium; both the sides on Central Street; between BRV Circle and Dickenson Road Junction; Kamaraj Road and Dickenson Road Junction; SBI Circle and Ashirvadam Circle; Mahatma Gandhi Road and Madras Bank Road up to Residency Road; Queen’s Circle and Hudson Circle; between Siddalingaiah Circle and Raja Ram Mohan Roy Circle; inside Cubbon Park on King's Road, in front of Press Club, Bal Bhavan and Fountain Road; from Queen’s Circle till Grant Junction on Lavelle Road and from Siddalingaiah Circle till Bishop Cotton Girls’ School on Vittal Mallya Road.

Parking facility will be provided at the following locations: St Joseph Indian High School ground, Kanteerava Stadium and first floor on Shivajinagar bus stand. Parking for vehicles of police and other staff deployed on security duty will be provided in front of the KGID building.

Pedestrians can enter the stadium from gate number 1 to 9 and spectators can use gate numbers 12, 13, 14, 16 and 17 to enter from Cubbon Road. Those coming from Anil Kumble Circle can use gate numbers 18 to 21 located on Link Road.Hand bags, wallets, cameras, food items, bottles and entertainment articles like balloons and flags will not be allowed inside the stadium. The gates will be opened at 1 pm.

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