Dimapur, November 29: To ensure smooth vehicular traffic during Hornbill Festival, Kohima Police has issued traffic advisories.
No heavy vehicles would be allowed to enter Kohima municipal area from 7 am to 10 pm from December 1 to 10. All heavy vehicles would be stopped at Dzüdza Bridge and Khuzama Police check gate.
All loading/unloading within Kohima Municipal area should be completed before 7 am.
Parking facilities would be available at new multi-level car parking at Old NST, and new multi-level car parking at Old Medical Directorate.
Night Carnival: Vehicular restrictions would be enforced from 4 pm to 9 pm daily w.e.f December 1 to 10 at the following locations road stretch from Y-Junction Phoolbari to Razhü Point; all LMVs would be diverted from Y-Junction to Razhü Point via Local Ground (Khuochiezie); heavy public utility vehicles proceeding towards high school area would be diverted from TCP gate and allowed to take the alternate road from NHAK junction or T-Khel model village road; no-entry for vehicules from New Market road to New NST; city buses would be diverted as per the public notice issued by DC Kohima vide NO.DCK/TPT-2/MISC/2011-12 Dated Kohima the 28th Nov’ 2023.
Alternate routes to Kisama & IG Stadium: Alternate route for vehicles coming from Dimapur/Chumoukedima towards Kisama would be available via Old KMC check gate-Jotsoma-Nagaland College of Music and Fine Arts-Forest colony-BSNL exchange-Cathedral-Aradura Inn-Phesama-Kisama. LMVs have been advised to take this route to avoid traffic congestions. Direction boards at appropriate locations have been installed to guide travellers.
Alternate route for vehicles coming from Dimapur/Chumoukedima and proceeding to Tseminyu, Wokha, Mokokchung and beyond and Secretariat area have been advised to take the newly constructed T-Khel model village road till IG Stadium.
Vehicle owners have been advised to keep their contact numbers pasted on the windshield both at Kisama and at the venue of the night carnival
Vehicles causing obstruction to free flow of traffic in the NH towards Kisama and Kohima Municipal area would be towed without further warning, it stated. Vehicle owners would be responsible for all towing costs and also be penalised.
(Page News Service)