PM Modi to inaugurate Bengaluru-Mysuru Expressway on March 12
Alternate routes have been designed for all vehicles, to utilise between 6 AM to 6 PM
Prime Minister Narendra Modi will soon be visiting the state of Karnataka to inaugurate the newly-constructed, access-controlled Bengaluru-Mysuru Expressway.
In view of this exercise, Mandya district has made announcements of some traffic diversions for the day of the inauguration i.e. March 12.
The Deputy Commissioner said in a press statement that traffic will be channelled to different routes on March 12, considering the PM’s visit.
Alternate routes have been designed for all vehicles, to utilise between 6 AM to 6 PM.
The vehicles going to Bengaluru from Mysuru via Mandya will have to use the Mysuru-Bannur-Kirugavalu-Halaguru-Kanakapura-Bengaluru route.
On the other hand, traffic coming from Mysuru and going toward Tumkuru will be diverted to the Mysuru-Srirangapatna-Pandavapura-Nagamangala-Bellur cross-Tumakuru route, skipping Mandya.
Furthermore, those coming from Tumkuru towards Mysuru will have to avoid Mandya by using the Tumakuru-Bellur cross-Nagamangala-Pandavapura-Srirangapatna-Mysuru route.
Also, vehicles travelling to Mysuru and coming from Bengaluru are asked to use the Bengaluru-Channapatna-Halaguru-Malavalli-Kirugavalu-Halaguru-Bannur-Mysuru route.
Those driving down from Bengaluru MM Hills will have to skip Maddur by using the Bengaluru-Halaguru-Malavalli-Kollegala-MM hills road.