The ban will start from the night of September 7.
According to the traffic management plan prepared for the G-20 summit, from 12 midnight on the 7th, traffic rules will be implemented around New Delhi area and other restricted or security cordoned places. During this time, entry will be given only to trucks carrying essential commodities, such as milk and milk products, vegetables, ration items, medicines and petroleum products etc. from the border. Heavy and medium goods vehicles carrying other goods will not be allowed entry. However, the vehicles which are inside Delhi will be allowed to go out of Delhi.
VIP movement will be on a large scale
VIP movement will be taking place on a large scale in the New Delhi area, in view of this all the offices, malls and markets etc. of New Delhi will remain closed from 8th to 10th. DTC buses will also be diverted or terminated from other areas adjacent to New Delhi. Interstate buses will also be terminated at Ghazipur, Sarai Kale Khan and Anand Vihar. Interstate buses of Haryana and Rajasthan coming from Gurgaon side will also be stopped at Rajokri border or will be sent from there towards Mehrauli.
Metro service will continue
The good thing is that during this time the metro service will continue. Special Commissioner of Traffic Police S.S. Yadav has appealed to the people that during the G-20 summit, if they travel by metro instead of by road, then there will be no problem. It has also been advised to use Metro more and more to go to places like airport, railway station, bus stand, hospital. However, due to security arrangements, some metro stations like Supreme Court, Khan Market, Mandi House, Central Secretariat may be closed between September 8 and 10, but all other metro stations will remain open and metro will run on all lines.