The Mumbai Police has today issued a travel advisory for the daily commuters in the wake of protests against recently passed Citizenship Amendment Act in the city. Vanchit Bahujan Aahadi (VBA) party will organise 'Virat Morcha' on Thursday to oppose the implementation of the Citizenship Amendment Act at Dadar TT Junction. As a large number of people is likely to gather for the rally, Mumbai Police has imposed road restrictions in the city.
To avoid any inconvenience, the Dadar TT Junction will be shut for all the vehicles from 6 am to 12 am today, said Mumbai Police in a notification.
All the heavy vehicles coming from Thane towards Mumbai via Eastern Express Highway will have to take a left turn at Sumannagar chowk and will proceed through under Ahuja bridge towards Anik-Wadala road-Baktipark-Sewree towards South Mumbai.
The entry of all the vehicles from Arora junction to Dadar TT junction will be closed. Mumbai police has also suggested an optional route for the people travelling in this area. Vehicles can take a left turn from Arora junction-Dr BA Road and should go towards south Mumbai via Chaar Rasta-Seweri Mazgaon
Tilak Bridge will also be closed for the vehicles coming from Dadar (east) going towards Dadar (west) and Worli. Mumbai Police has asked commuters to use Dadar TT flyover to avoid congestion. Vehicles can take a right turn at Parel TT junction and go via Elphiston bridge.
Vehicles going towards Dadar west have to take right turn at Sion Hospital junction-Dr BA Road. Then the vehicles will proceed through Kumbhar wada chowk-Matunga railway station via Katariya road.
Traffic coming Dadar west going East suburb shall proceed through SK Bole road, NC Kelkar road and Kotwal garden, Sena Bhavan. Similarly, traffic from Gokhale Road, Dadar, Shivaji Park, will be diverted from Sena Bhavan to LJ Road to Matunga railway station and Kumbharwada Chowk.