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AeroIndia 2023 :Everything you need to know about traffic curbs in Bengaluru starting February 13th.

PM Modi will inaugurate the biennial air show. It will be held at the Yelahanka Air Force Station until February 17.

Ahead of the Aero India 2023 Show in Bengaluru, the Traffic Police Department has announced several restrictions to ensure the smooth flow of traffic during the event.

The five-day air show, which will be held at the Air Force Station in Yelahanka, will be inaugurated by Prime Minister Narendra Modi on February 13 and will conclude on February 17.

To ensure the smooth movement of emergency service vehicles and vehicles heading towards the Kempegowda International Airport, the Karnataka Police will enforce one-way systems and vehicle diversions from 6 am to 8 pm every day of the event.

Commuters are advised to use specific routes to reach the airport. Private vehicle drivers without passes can park their vehicles at designated areas and avail the BMTC bus facility to reach the event venue.

The traffic department has imposed restrictions on several roads, including Bangalore-Bellary road, Goraguntepalya to Hennuru, Nagavara Junction to Thanisandra main road, and Bangalore-Tumkur road.

Alternative routes have been proposed for heavy vehicles, including those coming from Hyderabad and Chikkaballapura side, Tumkur road and Goraguntepalya side, Thotagere Basavanna temple side, and Nelamangala.

The traffic police have also imposed a parking ban on several roads, including Nagenahalli gate to the Ambiance Dhaba Cross, Mekhri circle to Devanahalli of Bangalore-Bellary Road, ring road from Goraguntepalya to Hennuru junction, Reva College junction to Bagalur Cross, and Nagawara Junction to Bengaluru Junction.

In conclusion, the Traffic Police Department has taken several measures to ensure the smooth flow of traffic during the Aero India 2023 Show in Bengaluru. Commuters are advised to follow the designated routes and park their vehicles at the designated areas to avoid any inconvenience.

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