The Islamabad Traffic Police (ITP) has issued a detailed traffic plan update (27 March 2022) for the JUI-F, PDM and Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Long March and Jalsa from March 25 to March 27, 2022 at the parade ground and Itwar Bazar. The traffic plan was shared by the Islamabad Police on Twitter to make sure people can avoid traffic jams and plan their travel accordingly.
UPDATE: Islamabad Traffic Plan – 28 March 2022
Islamabad Traffic Plan Update (27th March 2022)
The incoming rallies and PTI gatherings have caused traffic congestion, which is observed at Islamabad Expressway from Zero Point towards Faizabad (both sides), however, the commuters can use 9th Avenue as their alternate route amd keep margin time of 30 to 40 minutes as per DC Islamabad.
*ITP Traffic Alert !*— Office of Deputy Commissioner Islamabad (@dcislamabad) March 27, 2022
Due to incoming rallies and PTI Gathering, Traffic congestion observed at Islamabad Expressway from Zero Point to Faizabad.
Keep margin time of 30 to 40 minutes to avoid delays.
Use 9th Avenue as alternate
Islamabad Traffic Police have issued a detailed traffic plan for 27 March 2022, which can be used by commuters to avoid any inconvenience during their travels.
Traffic Plan Instructions
According to the Islamabad traffic plan update, the Red Zone will be closed for all types of traffic from March 25 to March 28, while all the ways leading to the Red Zone, including D-Chowk, Serena Chowk, NADRA Chowk, Express Chowk, and Ayub Chowk will remain closed for traffic and people are advised to use alternative routes for their travels.
The Islamabad Police have advised commuters to use Margallah Hills as an entry and exit point from the Red Zone as traffic was barred from entering the area, while traffic would not be allowed to enter from Kashmir Chowk Roundabout to Rawal Dam Chowk as well.
Furthermore, Murree Road will also remained closed from both sides, including Rawal Dam Chowk to Faizabad Flyover and people are advised to use alternative routes for commuting.
According to the Islamabad traffic plan, the incoming traffic from Lahore will move towards Rawat T Cross to Saddar Road and then to GT Road and Motorway.
The commuters can also travel to Murree from Old Airport, Murree Road, Sector G and Kashmir Chowk, while those going to Airport and Rawat should use Ninth Avenue and Express Way.
It is pertinent to mention that local administration has issued NOCs to Jamiat Ulema-e-Islami Fazl (JUI-F) and the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) for holding their Long March and Jalsa on different venues in Islamabad from March 25 to March 27, 2022.
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