G20 Summit: In Delhi, the capital, the G20 preparations are almost finished. The presidents of many nations have already begun to arrive. For traffic information, the Delhi Police developed the G20 Virtual Help Desk. For real-time traffic reports throughout the G20 Summit, the Delhi Traffic Police has launched its G20 Virtual Help Desk. The link traffic.delhipolice.gov.in/dtpg20info can be used to access it.
Here’s what you need to know
To get to the railway stations in New Delhi and Old Delhi, rail passengers can use their own automobiles, autorickshaws, and taxis. However, travellers might need to present their tickets or other relevant papers. In addition, the traffic police has encouraged the passengers to allow enough time for their walk. Additionally, it has been requested to use the metro to make the travel simpler. Recently, the Delhi Police sent a warning on Twitter.
Changes in Delhi Metro Services
On September 9 and 10, due to the G20 meeting, passengers will not be permitted to board or exit at the Supreme Court Metro station. In anticipation of the G20 meeting, metro services would begin at 4 am from terminal stations on all lines of the Delhi Metro network on September 8 through 10. All metro stations, with the exception of the Supreme Court metro station, would be open to the public from September 8 to 10, the Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC) announced late last night. On September 9 and 10, passengers won’t be able to board or exit at the Supreme Court Metro station owing to security concerns.
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