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Traffic restrictions imposed for India vs Australia T20 match today

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GUWAHATI, Nov 27: As Guwahati prepares to host the third T20 match between India and Australia at the ACA Barsapara Stadium on Tuesday, the city’s traffic department has laid out comprehensive guidelines to manage the influx of spectators and ensure smooth traffic flow.

Commercial goods carrying vehicles with four wheels and above are restricted on NH-27 and NH-17 within Guwahati from 12 Noon to 12 Midnight. Similarly, vehicles with three wheels and above face restrictions on AK Azad Road and AK Dev Road during the same timeframe.

To regulate traffic effectively, A.K. Azad Road (Lakhra Road) will be designated as a one-way route starting from 3 PM on November 28. Additionally, Barsapara Road, stretching from Barsapara Tiniali to Dhirenpara Tiniali, will be one-way for vehicles with car passes, and there will be no entry from Dhirenpara Tiniali towards Barsapara Stadium.

Specific entry gates have been allocated for invitees with car passes, while spectators will have multiple entry gates accessible via different routes. These measures are aimed at streamlining entry and minimizing congestion.

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For parking convenience, several locations have been identified, including Champabati Field, Ganeshpara Field, Datalpara Field, Ambari Rangpathar Field, and more, each serving as designated parking areas based on the route taken.

By implementing these guidelines, the traffic department aims to facilitate a seamless experience for both attendees of the T20 match and regular commuters in Guwahati during the event.

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