PM Narendra Modi to visit Bengaluru today: schedule, traffic restrictions – The Indian Express

Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s visit to Bengaluru on Friday, November 11, to inaugurate the Vande Bharat Express and Terminal 2 at the Kempegowda International Airport (KIA) is all set to give a significant boost to Karnataka’s transportation sector.
Modi will also inaugurate the much-hyped Bengaluru founder Kempegowda’s statue at the airport and pay floral tributes to poet-saint Kanakadasa at Vidhana Soudha on the occasion of Kanakadasa Jayanthi.
Here are the minute-to-minute details of PM Modi’s visit to Bengaluru.
The prime minister is expected to arrive at HAL airport at 10 am and will travel to Vidhana Soudha by road. At 10.30 am, he will be participating in paying floral tribute to the statues of saints Kanakadasa and Valmiki in the presence of Jagadguru Niranjanananda Puri Mahaswamiji.
Around 10.40 Modi is expected to travel in his motorcade to Krantiveera Sangolli Rayanna Railway Station. At 11 am, he will be flagging off the Indian Railway’s Vande Bharat Express at Platform 7 towards Chennai and will also be flagging off the Bharat Gaurav Kashi Darshan train from Platform 8.
He will then head towards the Airforce Training Command Centre in Hebbal by road at around 11.10 am. After which, he will be traveling to the Bengaluru airport by helicopter and is expected to reach at 11.40 to inaugurate the much-awaited Terminal 2. At around 12.10 pm, he is expected to dedicate the 108-feet bronze statue of Kempegowda to the nation.
Around 1 pm, a stage programme will be held near the airport venue during which Chief Minister Basavaraj Bommai will address the gathering. Modi is also expected to launch Atal Mission For Rejuvenation and Urban Transformation (AMRUTH ) 2.0 scheme at 1.10 pm, followed by his speech at around 1.35 pm.
Traffic diversions
During PM Modi’s visit, traffic restrictions in Bengaluru will be applicable between 8 am and 2 pm. Movement of vehicles has been banned in CTO junction, Police Thimmaiah Junction, Raj Bhavan road, Basaveshwara Circle, Palace Road, Race Course Road, Sankey Road, Queen’s Road, Ballari Road, Airport Elevated Corridor, Maharani Bridge to the railway station entrance on Seshadri Road, Shanthala Junction to Mysore Bank Circle on K G road, Khodey Underpass to PF Office on Vatal Nagaraj Toad and surrounding areas of the Kempegowda International Airport.
Joint Commissioner of Police (Traffic) Ravikanthe Gowda said commuters towards and from the airport should take the Hennur-Kothanur-Bagalur-Begur Backgate as the Kempegowda International Airport Elevated Corridor has been blocked for the prime minister’s visit. Gowda also said traffic movement in the heart of Bengaluru will also have restrictions.
The police have diverted traffic movement between 7 am and 3 pm on Friday. The entry of heavy vehicles to the city has also been restricted during the same time and should take Outer Ring Road (ORR).
Here is the traffic diversion list:
Mysore Bank Circle: Vehicles moving from Mysore Bank Circle to Palace Road should use K G Road.
LRDE Junction: To get to the Basaveshwara Junction from LRDE Junction, utilise Raj Bhavan Road.
Trilight Junction: When leaving Maurya Junction, vehicles should turn left at Race View Circle, then turn left at Shivananda Circle before passing Nehru Circle.
Race View junction: Vehicles travelling from K K Road towards Windsor Manor should turn left at Shivananda Circle and proceed via Nehru Circle.
Maramma Circle: When travelling from the BHEL Circle to the Mekhri Circle, vehicles should turn right in front of the Sadashivanagar police station and proceed through Maramma Circle and Margosa Road.
Bhashyam Circle: Vehicles moving from the Bhashyam Circle to Cauvery Junction should turn left onto Margosa Road and then right onto Malleswaram 18th Cross Road.
Balekundri junction: At the Balekundri Circle and Cunningham Road, vehicles travelling from the Balekundri intersection toward Majestic should turn right.
K R Puram to Banaswadi: K R Puram-Tin Factory-Hennur Junction-Hebbal Junction-B B Road-Yelahanka-Chikkajala-Sadahalli Gate-Kannamangala-Devanahalli bypass U-turn head towards Kannamangala Gate-Service Road-Bhuvanahalli parking area
Madiwala-Whitefield
ORR-Madiwala-Bellandur Cross-Tin Factory- Hennur Junction-Hebbal Junction right turn-Ballari Road-Yelahanka-Chikkajala-Sadahalli Gate-Kannamangala-Devanahalli bypass U-turn head towards Kannamangala Gate-Service Road-Bhuvanahalli parking area
Banashankari-Kengeri-Magadi Road
ORR- Banashankari-Kengeri-Magadi Road-Goraguntepalya Ring Road Junction-Hebbal Junction left turn-Ballari Road-Yelahanka-Chikkajala-Sadahalli Gate-Kannamangala- Devanahalli bypass U-turn head towards Kannamangala Gate-Service Road- Bhuvanahalli parking area
Tumakuru Road-Peenya-Yeshwanthpura
Tumakuru Road-Goraguntepalya Ring Road Junction-Hebbal Junction left turn-Ballari Road-Yelahanka-Chikkajala-Sadahalli gate-Kannamangala-Devanahalli bypass U-turn head towards Kannamangala Gate-Service Road-Bhuvanahalli parking area
Hosur-Anekal-Kanakapura-Ramanagara-Magadi
NICE Road: vehicles will be diverted near Madawara and will be diverted towards Nelamangala-take right near Kunigal Circle-Basavanagalli-Railway Gollahalli-Chikkamadure-Doddaballapura-Devanahalli-D B Pura Cross Junction-Kannamangala- Service Road-Bhuvanahalli parking area.
Jayanagar-Basavanagudi
Lal Bagh-Minarva Circle-Town Hall-Mysore Bank Circle- Basaveshwara Circle-Windsor Manor-Mekhri Circle-Hebbal-Yelahanka-Chikkajala-Sadahalli Gate-Kannamangala- Devanahalli bypass U-turn head towards Kannamangala Gate-Service Road- Bhuvanahalli parking area
Halasur-Shivajinagar
Miller’s Road-J C Nagar Main Road-Mekhri Circle take turn-Hebbal-Yelahanka- Goraguntepalya Ring Road junction-Hebbal Junction left turn-Ballari Road-Yelahanka-Chikkajala-Sadahalli Gate-Kannamangala-Devanahalli bypass U-turn head towards Kannamangala Gate-Service Road-Bhuvanahalli parking area.
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