Traffic restrictions in Kohima

Traffic restrictions in Kohima
DC Kohima Rajesh Soundararajan accompanied by Kohima DDMA and Kohima traffic police OC inspecting ongoing construction at Tinpatti-NHA road

Dimapur, April 11: With a view to ease traffic congestion and to enable smooth movement of traffic in the Kohima town, Deputy Commissioner Kohima, Rajesh Soundararajan IAS has ordered the following traffic restrictions with immediate effect:
NHAK (Entry point) via Daklane-Naga Bazaar – Census /Tinpatti (exit) will be one way and only movement for light vehicles will be allowed in the stretch, and no heavy vehicles will be allowed to ply in the above stretch.
Naga Bazaar-Razhu point junction: No entry or exit of vehicles will be permitted through Naga Bazaar & Razhu point junction. No entry of vehicle towards NHAK will be allowed at Tinpatti – Census junction.
In this regard, all the commuters and concerned colony residents have been requested to take note of the above traffic regulations and comply with it accordingly.
Tinpatti-NHA road
Meanwhile Deputy Commissioner, Kohima & RTA Kohima chairman, Rajesh Soundararajan accompanied by Kohima District Disaster Management Authority and Kohima traffic police OC today inspected the ongoing construction of retaining wall at bypass road connecting Tinpatti-Naga Hospital Authority near Soul Harvesting Church.
The DC said the R&B PWD department is doing their best to restore the road as early as possible for the convenience of commuters. The stretch of road is not safe for the commuters and the DC had ordered the closure of road. He requested the commuters to take note of the same and use other alternative road.
The DC also contributed immediate relief fund of Rs 5000 from the Kohima district disaster management fund for volunteers’ refreshment initially. He informed that the authority is ready to provide temporary makeshift for the residence of the affected area if necessary.
PWD executive engineer, Hokato Sema said the stretch of road affected is around 100 fts in length and 35 fts in height and will take a month to complete the construction.(Page News Service)