Delhi-NCR Traffic Live: Will the torrential rains lead to another snarl? Get traffic updates before exiting

New Delhi: There is a warning that there is a possibility of heavy rain in NCR today, including the capital. The overnight rains worsened the condition of the roads. Due to the waterlogging, many roads are facing traffic jams on Friday. The situation of Delhi-Gurugram Expressway may also remain the same tomorrow. However, the Gurugram administration has directed corporates and private companies to ‘work from home’ today. However, during peak hours, long queues of vehicles can be seen. Schools in the NCR cities of Faridabad, Gurugram, Noida, Greater Noida and Ghaziabad are also closed today. Due to this, the traffic congestion on the roads is likely to decrease. Stay tuned for rain and traffic updates in Delhi-NCR on NBT Online.

Gurugram ADMINISTRATION ADVISED
Heavy rains in Gurugram on Thursday worsened the situation. In such a situation, the district administration has requested corporates and private companies to ‘work from home’ on Friday. As schools are also closed, road traffic will be reduced to a minimum. The disaster management authority has asked people to come out only if necessary.

Contact here if stuck
Gurugram district administration has provided helpline numbers following heavy rains. Apart from the district administration, complaints regarding waterlogging can also be reported to MCG and GMDA on 0124-2322877 and 9289790911. Apart from this, for traffic congestion and heavy traffic, call 112 and 0124-2386004-5.

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Where was the water yesterday?
The Azad Market area under the Rani Jhansi Road flyover witnessed heavy congestion throughout the day. DND, Ashram and Sarai Kale Khan were heavily trafficked throughout the day. The ring road around Moti Bagh and Satya Niketan was waterlogged, leading to traffic jams from Moti Bagh to Dhaula Kuan. A portion of the road collapsed near Sathya Niketan further affecting traffic. The situation on the Mehrauli-Mahipalpur road was similar, with vehicles queuing up to NH-8 due to waterlogging.

Due to waterlogging around the red light of Tura Mandi in Najafgarh, the jam situation continued on Firani Road throughout the day. Vehicles were also seen dragging on the Mehroli-Badarpur road. Traffic is slow here due to metro work. In such a situation, the situation worsened with the rain. The entire travel route between Hamdard and Khanpur tea point was blocked due to waterlogging.

Traffic was disrupted in areas adjacent to Hero Honda Chowk
NHAI’s load testing on the Hero Honda Chowk flyover has disrupted traffic in several parts of the city. Now, the Delhi side road at the Chowk flyover will remain closed till September 26. Due to this diversion, there is a long queue of vehicles towards Sector 34 near Morbal Market along the Chowk. This trail runs for about one kilometer in the morning and evening.

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