The Pune City Site Visitor Police has introduced a Site Visitor Diversion Scheme to be implemented from the evening of October 1st, 11pm until the morning hours of October 2 when the old bridge at Chuk Chok may be demolished through managed blasting to facilitate the development of an entirely new flyover. .
A notice issued by the Deputy Commissioner of Police (Site Visitors), Rahul Shriram, stated that vehicular movement on the Pune-Mumbai National Expressway may be completely closed from 11pm from 1 to 8 October: 00 a.m. on October 2. Senior Visitors Division Officers from the Pune and Pimpri Chinchwad Visitors Police Department on Wednesday.
Based on the Site Visitor Diversion Scheme shared by the Site Visitors Police Department, heavy vehicles coming from Mumbai may have been parked at Urse Toll Plaza throughout this era, and heavy vehicles coming from Satara may be parked in the plaza Khed Shivapur with tolls during the time interval and all vehicles from Dukkar Khind to Ghodawat Chowk Extension may be banned.
Visitors to the Sunshine Autos website may be diverted from within the main city space throughout this era. Light vehicles may be diverted by the old Mumbai-Pune Expressway and the old Katraj Tunnel to move through the city of Pune. Rural Police Departments and Pimpri-Chinchwad.
A non-public company, Edifice Engineering has been tasked with doing the managed detonation which could happen on October 2 at 2am.
Within the pre-demolition work so far, 1,300 pits, each 1.5 meters deep, have been dug in the construction of the old bridge and approximately 600 kg of explosives can be used for detonation, the officers said.
The police of the site's visitors are appealing to residents to refrain from traveling on the highway and to use diverted roads only in case of emergency.
Shrirame stated, “We will deploy more than 50 police site visitors to see site visitor traffic on conversion factors, along with the police department’s Pimpri-Chinchwad site visitors. Stay away from the highway detour during this interval from the evening of October 1 until 2 am on Sunday of October 2.”