Pune: Parking Restrictions Imposed Across Five Traffic Branches in Pune

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Pune, 25th June 2024: Provisional orders have been issued regarding changes in street parking arrangements in Pune under the Bharati Vidyapeeth, Bund Garden, Kothrud, Chaturshringi, and Yerawada traffic branches to ensure safe and smooth traffic flow.

Under the Yerawada Traffic Branch, parking is prohibited within 20 meters south and 50 meters north of the gate of the Sangam World Centre India of the World Association of Girl Guides and Girl Scouts on Service Road.

Under the Bharati Vidyapeeth Traffic Branch, no parking is allowed on the main road from Katraj Bypass to Swargate, specifically from Katraj Bypass to the Bharti Vidyapeeth Foot Over Bridge. Angular parking for two-wheelers is provided up to 100 meters from the ICICI Bank corner on the service road next to Katraj Bypass. Additionally, angular parking for two-wheelers is available up to 70 meters from Hotel Kavya Pure Veg to Hotel Pratik on the service road next to Katraj Bypass. A 200-meter no-parking zone is enforced from Sawant Vihar to Katraj Dairy Gate No. 3.

Under the Bund Garden Traffic Branch, no parking is allowed for all types of vehicles on both sides of the road between the Police Commissioner’s Office Gate No. 3 and Kirad Chowk. Similarly, under the Kothrud Traffic Branch, no parking is permitted on both sides of the road between Tanman A2 Milk Dairy, New Friends Building, and Sawali Bungalow next to HDFC Bank.

Under the Chaturshringi Traffic Branch, a no-parking and no-halting zone is enforced for up to 500 meters from Baner Mhalunge Road Survey No. 116/3/2/4 Baner Syngenta Chowk to Saikar Chowk, and from Emerald Park to Riddhi Siddhi Bungalow.

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Citizens with suggestions or objections regarding these changes in parking arrangements are requested to submit them in writing to the office of the Deputy Commissioner of Police, Traffic Branch, located at Yerwada Post Office, Bungalow No. 6, Jail Road, Pune, by July 7. Deputy Commissioner of Police (Traffic) Rohidas Pawar has emphasized that final orders regarding the traffic changes will be issued after considering these suggestions and objections, excluding vehicles of essential services.