Movement Of Vehicles Banned On Old Kuloor Bridge: More Information On This

Movement Of Vehicles Banned On Old Kuloor Bridge: More Information On This

March 15: Deputy Commissioner Sindhu has banned the movement of vehicles on the old arch bridge, across River Phalguni (Gurupura), at Kuloor from March 16, Monday.
This decision has been taken to facilitate the repair work of the bridge and the road which is taken up by National Highway Authority of India (NHAI). DC Sindhu said that the bridge was weak and was in a dilapidated condition.
Two way traffic should be introduced on the Kuloor new bridge for the movement of light vehicles, buses and six-tyre goods carriers. Traffic cones should be placed to divide the road for two-way traffic. Barricades should be installed from southern side of the new Kuloor bridge till Kuloor flyover. The traffic diversion signage should be mounted at Mulki, Moodbidri, Haleyangady, Surathkal, Panambur and KIOCL Junction for the benefit of drivers. Suitable streetlights should be installed on the new bridge to facilitate the movement of vehicles during night hours.
The heavy vehicles going to Bangalore should travel via Padubidri-Karkala-Bengaluru. Similarly, heavy vehicles from Udupi to Mangaluru should travel via Mulki-Kinnigoli-Moodbidri-Mangalore and from Haleyangady-Kinnigoli-Moodbidri-Surathkal-Bajpe.

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