The traffic police have announced new one-way rule between Anna Arch and Anna Nagar Roundtana, which will be implemented on a trial basis for a week from Monday.
The stretch of A Block 3rd Street connecting Crescent Road and 3rd Avenue will be made one-way.
Vehicles going from Anna Nagar Roundtana to Anna Arch will not be permitted on A Block 3rd Street, off 3rd Avenue. Vehicles coming from 4th Avenue (Shanthi Colony) to A Block 3rd Street and taking U turn in the Shanthi Colony/3rd Avenue traffic signal to reach A Block 3rd Street will not be allowed.
Vehicles plying from Crescent Road via A Block 3rd Street have to turn left towards Anna Arch. Vehicle coming on 4th Avenue and Anna Nagar Roundtana will be allowed to take U turn at Government Yoga & Naturopathy Hospital.
Vehicles plying from Roundtana to Crescent Road have to take 3rd Avenue, turn left on A Block 5th Street, proceed to A Block 11th Street and A Block 7th Cross Street (West).
Vehicles plying from Anna Arch to Crescent Road have to touch Roundtana, take U turn and then en route through 3rd Avenue, turn left on A Block 5th Street, proceed to A Block 11th Street and A Block 7th Cross Street (West).
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