Thursday, December 2nd, 2021

Delhi-NCR Traffic Update: Rain has increased the trouble of Delhiites, traffic stuck on these roads due to water filling

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  • Heavy rain fell at many places in Delhi on Tuesday morning
  • Water filled in many areas, now traffic is crawling
  • Delhi Traffic Police giving updates on Twitter
  • Water filled near Central School and Okhla Mandi

New Delhi
In the slightest rain, the roads of Delhi take the form of a pond. A similar sight is being seen on Tuesday as well. Be it Moti Bagh flyover or Mathura road, Alaknanda or ITO, vehicles are forced to move by crawling on the roads. There was so much water logging on the airport road that the DTC bus was flooded. There is also good water logging in the cantonment area. The effect of flooding is clearly visible on the traffic. As a precaution, Delhi Police has changed many routes and movement has been stopped from many routes.

Where is the water filled?
There is water logging in many areas of Delhi including Moti Bagh, Mathura Road, Dhaula Kuan, Ring Road, Vikas Marg, Kirari, Rohtak Road, Sangam Vihar and Pragati Maidan. According to news agency PTI, traffic is very slow at many places including ITO, under Moti Bagh metro station, Dhaula Kuan underpass, near Pragati Maidan, Mathura Road, Vikas Marg, Ring Road near IP Flyover, Rohtak Road.

What updates have the traffic police given so far?

  • 10.47AM : The roundabout carriageway going from Tilak Nagar to Rajouri Garden is jammed due to bus breakdown on Tilak Nagar flyover.
  • 10.42 AM: Traffic is affected due to water logging in front of WHO building near IP flyover.
  • 10.01 AM: Traffic going from Badarpur towards Mehrauli has been diverted towards Mathura Road.
  • 9.46 AM: Traffic is affected due to water logging around Central School and Okhla Mandi.
  • 9.41 AM: Traffic has also been affected due to water-logging on the road leading to 100 feet carriageway from Qutub Minar metro station.
  • 9.35 AM: The traffic on the road leading to RK Puram from Tamil Sangam Mang area is in bad shape due to waterlogging.
  • 9.13 AM: Both the routes coming from Badarpur to Delhi and MB Road to Badarpur have been closed due to water logging on Prahladpur underpass.

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And if it rains, what will happen to Delhi?
If the condition of Delhi has become like this in a little bit of heavy rain, then the time to come can be imagined. The Meteorological Department has predicted rain for the whole week. On 28 July and 31 July there is a possibility of moderate rain. If this arrangement of drainage continues, then vehicles will not be able to move on the roads, but will be seen crawling throughout the week.


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