GUWAHATI, July 9 � Movement of all kinds of vehicular traffic will be regulated and diverted in view of the ensuing Budget session beginning on July 11.
An official statement has informed that movement of all types of vehicular traffic on the road from the Supermarket traffic point to the Dispur Last Gate traffic point will remain closed from l am till the session of the day is over.
Vehicles coming from Basista Chariali towards Dispur Last Gate will be diverted towards GS Road from Beltola Chariali and will run via Jawahar Nagar Road, Joyanagar Chariali and Sixmile service road.
Besides, vehicles coming from the Beltola Chariali side towards Ganeshguri will run via Dispur-Beltola Road and RP Road via MLA Hostels.
City bus / public bus stops between Ganeshguri Chariali to Supermarket on the GS Road and on the RP Road will be withdrawn temporarily during the Assembly session.
Moreover, vehicles bound for Beltola via Last Gate will run through GS Road, Supermarket, Sixmile point (via flyover service road) and Joyanagar Road.
Hatigaon and Kahilipara bound vehicles from Paltanbazar side will run through the Service Road of Ganeshguri Flyover, RP Road and vice versa.
Similarly,city buses and other heavy vehicles coming from RG Baruah Road side towards Hatigaon and Kahilipara will run via Ganeshguri Service Road, GS Road, Sixmile point, Beltola Chariali and Last Gate point.
Further, restrictions have also been imposed on the parking of vehicles in view of the Assembly session.
As per the restrictions, both sides of GS Road from Janata Bhawan to Supermarket, RP Road and the road behind MLA Hostels will be treated as �no parking zone� during the time of the Assembly session.
Movement of all the slow moving vehicles will be restricted at Rukminigaon Tiniali, Dispur Last Gate, Jatia Faguna Rabha Tiniali, Hatigaon, Nayanpur, Hengrabari Public Health, Down Town Road and Super Market areas.
The restrictions on the slow moving vehicles will come into force at 7 am and continue till the session is over on the day of Assembly session. Restrictions on slow moving vehicles on GS Road will continue as usual.