Hyderabad: The cable stayed bridge across the Durgam Cheruvu connecting Jubliee hills and Hitec-city was thrown open to public on the 25th of September.

The bridge  provides a direct connectivity to the public from Jubliee hills, Banjara hills and other part of city going towards Hitec-city, Gachibowli, ORR and Shamshabad.  In view of this, the GHMC has decided to allow general public on weekends on the bridge by stopping the vehicular movement.

Rules and Regulations before you get the bridge

1. The Bridge will be closed for the vehicular movement from 10 PM of every Friday up to 6AM of the next Monday.
2. On all the other days, the bridge will be open  from 11 PM to 6 AM for both vehicular traffic and pedestrians.

 The following activities are prohibited on the bridge

a)  Walking on the main carriage way when vehicular movement is not allowed.
b) Crossing the road on the bridge.
c) Standing/sitting on the road or side railings.
d) Stopping or parking of vehicles on the bridge.
e) Any kind of gatherings for birthday and other such reasons.
f) Consumption of Alcohol.
4. The roads leading to DCB from Madhapur and Road No. 45 would be closed for vehicular traffic on weekends. (Traffic will be diverted accordingly).
5. Limited Parking arrangements are being made by the Traffic Police on both sides of the bridge. Following are the proposed parking places:
a) Roads in Hyderabad knowledge City i.e., behind ITC Kohinoor.
b) On the road No. 45 under the cable bridge.
c) Under the bridge at Mastannagar.
d) on the left side of the flyover from road No. 45, by giving temporary median opening for retreating of the vehicles.

Traffic Advisory

a) Visitors to DCB coming from Gachibowli, Narsingi, Miyapur, Madhapur and Kukatpally, should go towards Hyderabad Knowledge City parking place via Mind space rotary (IKEA)- Novartis – Salarpuria sattva – right turn- Hyderabad Knowledge City parking place.

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b) Visitors to DCB coming from Jubliee hills, Banjara hills, Masab Tank, Mehdipatnam, Begumpet, should take Road No. 45 to DCB.

7. The visitors should not park their vehicles on public roads where traffic is allowed. Otherwise, this will lead to severe traffic congestion. Hence, Traffic Police will tow away such vehicles to clear the road for the traffic. Hence, public are advised to park their vehicles in the designated place only. If the parking place is full, the public shall not try to forcefully park their vehicles on the road. Instead they are advised to find a suitable parking place in the vicinity without obstructing the general traffic.

8. Cyberabad Traffic Police have installed CCTV cameras and public address systems to have round the clock surveillance over the public activities on the bridge. Cases are being booked against vehicles for various traffic violations like without Helmet (Rider & Pillion rider), triple riding, over speeding, stopping/parking, use of cell phone while driving, racing, movement of heavy vehicles.

9. All types of heavy vehicles, medium and goods vehicles including Tractors, DCMs, Goods Autos, JCBs, Cranes, Truck, are prohibited on the bridge.

10. Movement of push carts, Bullock , also prohibited.

11. The visitors are advised to follow the direction of Traffic Police scrupulously at all times and help them in ensuring better management of traffic and road safety.

12. Speed limit:  Maximum speed limit on the bridge is 35 KMPH.

13. Public are advised to exhibit greater sense of responsibility, self-discipline while they are on the bridge. They should not indulge in dangerous activities like standing on the railing for selfies, lying down/sitting on the road for photos, cutting cakes and other celebration etc.

14. The parents or guardians should hand hold the kids while on the bridge.

15. The public are advised to not to carry any valuable items likes Jewellery, Money, while on the bridge. If they have to do so, they are advised to stay away from the crowd on the bridge.

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