Traffic Police issues advisory ahead of opening of Tulip Garden

Expecting a huge influx of visitors on the eve of opening of ‘Tulip Garden’ on March 19, 2023, Traffic Police (City) on Friday issued an advisory to avoid congestion and inconvenience along the road stretches leading to the tourist site located on the foothills of Zabarwan mountains here.

According to the traffic advisory issued by Srinagar Traffic Police, “Asia’s largest Tulip Garden is being thrown open to public on 19th March-2023 and it is expected that large number of tourists and local populace will throng to Tulip Garden and other gardens in its vicinity.”

Due to the expected rush of people; there are chances of congestion and for the convenience of people and to avoid slow movement, One-Way traffic shall be regulated initially w.e.f 19-03-2023 till 26-03-2023:-

People intending to visit Tulip Garden shall adopt Lal Chowk-Dalgate -Boulevard/Gupkar Road to reach Tulip Garden and on their return they shall adopt Nishat-Foreshore- Habak-Dargah-Khanyar route to reach their respective destinations. Likewise, motorists intending to travel from Harwan-Shalimar-Nishat and other adjacent areas towards Lal-Chowk are requested to travel via Foreshore- Hazratbal route instead

of Nishat-Boulevard road axis to reach their respective destinations.

Motorists intending to travel from Gulab Bagh-Zakoora-Naseembagh-Habbak Gulab Bagh-Zakoora-Naseembagh-Habbak and adjacent areas shall adopt Habak – Dargah- Khanyar route to reach Lal Chowk instead of Foreshore Road.

Visitors are advised to park their vehicles at designated parking places only and avoid parking their vehicles on roadside. Wrongly, parked vehicles will be towed. Available parking places are:

In front of Botanical Garden

✓Open land at Kralsangri


Royal Spring Golf Course

✔LCMA Parking at Nishat.

Emergencies shall be allowed to take the shortest route.

One way traffic will be implemented from 0900 hrs till 1900 hrs.


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