The road is still narrow due to landslides at some places, particularly between Ramban and Ramsu at some places, where only one vehicle could pass.
For the safety of passenger and truckers besides avoid traffic jam, it has been decided to allow
only one-way traffic on the highway till further orders.
Meanwhile, large number of Kashmir bound oil tankers and trucks, including those carrying essentials, are stranded at different places, including Nagrota for the past three days as only light vehicles were allowed to ply from Jammu to Srinagar yesterday when the highway reopened after remaining closed on February 28 due to landslides at Mehar Ramban.
Traffic on the Kashmir highway has been disrupted frequently due to snowfall and landslides besides slippery road conditions since first heavy snowfall on January 6.
Meanwhile, the historic Mughal road, which is seen as alternative to highway, connecting Kashmir with the rest of the country remained closed since first week of January.
Dozens of far-flung and remote areas, particularly near the Line of Control (LoC), also remained cut off from their respective district headquarters in north Kashmir, where fresh snowfall was experienced during the night intervening February 28 and March I.
The Ladakh region also remained cut off from Kashmir due to closure of the highway since last year due to accumulation of snow. There was also fresh snowfall at Sonmarg and Gagangeer besides Zojila pass yesterday