Traffic movement on National Highway rescheduled

SRINAGAR:According to the IGP Traffic, traffic shall ply from Srinagar towards Jammu from 2300 hours (of previous day) up to 0600 hours of convoy day while normal traffic will be allowed to ply towards Jammu from 0900 hours. The cut off timing for down traffic will be 1700 hours at Levdora and 1900 hours at Jawaher Tunnel but no multi axel/multi-tyre vehicles will be allowed to ply on NHW-IA till further orders.
During up traffic day, the traffic will ply from Jammu towards Srinagar from 2100 to 2400 hours ( of previous day) and no traffic will be allowed from Jammu onwards Srinagar from 2400 hours onwards upto 0600 hours of next day, however, normal traffic will be allowed to ply from Jammu on wards to Srinagar from 0600 hours. The cut off timing for up traffic will be 1500 hours at Nagrota, 1700 hours at Udhampur and 2300 hours at Jawaher Tunnel. No-multi-tyre vehicle shall be allowed to ply on NHW-IA till further order, the statement said.
In order to facilitate the passengers, transportation of fruits and essential commodities, the passenger service vehicles (LMVs only), empty oil tankers and fruit laden load carriers (medium only) can use Sinthan Top-Kishtwar route and Mughal road from Valley towards Jammu during up traffic days after getting clearance from district administration. Similarly, during down traffic day, the passenger service vehicles (LMVs only) and medium load carriers can use Sinthan Top-Kishstwar route and Mughal road for their journey from Jammu towards valley temporarily till the restoration/repair work of NHW-IA especially in Ramsoo road stretch is completed and the traffic movement on NHW-IA will strictly remain one way as per schedule till further orders, it said.

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