For the next 50 days, the Chirag Delhi flyover will be closed. Work to fix the flyover will start on March 12. The traffic police say that the road between Nehru Place and the IIT Delhi flyover will be fixed first. After that, the road from the IIT Delhi flyover to Nehru Place will be fixed.
It will take about 25 days to fix all of the flyover’s transport routes. During this time, cars won’t be able to drive on the flyover. The police have warned the public that the closure of the transportation route could lead to traffic jams and other problems.
The Advisory says that people going to Dhoula Kuan, AIIMS, the defense colony, and other places should turn right at the bottom of the Nehru Place flyover and take the Moolchand Hospital flyover to get to the Lala Lajpat Rai route.
For the next 50 days, the Chirag Delhi flyover will be closed
Point of diversion: the punchy flyover
People traveling from IIT Delhi to Greater Kailash and Nehru Place must go from under the punchy flyover to the August Revolution route. Turn right onto the Lala Lajpat Rai route and head in the direction of where you want to go.
Point of detour: the IIT flyover
Also, people going from IIT to Greater Kailash and Nehru Place turn left under the IIT flyover from the Aurobindo route. Then, they turn right under the Moolchand flyover and follow the Lala Lajpat Rai route to their destination.
Heavy vehicles may not be able to get in
In their advisory, police also said that heavy and commercial vehicles stopped on the outer ring road toward the Chirag Delhi flyover can go if needed to keep traffic moving smoothly.