CSK vs RCB match at Chinnaswamy Stadium: Bengaluru police issues traffic advisory | Bengaluru

The crucial IPL match between Royal Challengers Bangalore and Chennai Super Kings is scheduled for Saturday at Chinnaswamy Stadium, and huge crowds are expected. Demand for tickets to this game has exploded as it is likely to decide the playoff spot for one of the teams. The Bangalore Traffic Police has made all necessary arrangements to manage the traffic around the stadium. A traffic advisory was also issued by the police, asking users to use public transport to get to the stadium.

Chinnaswamy Stadium in Bangalore. (Getty)

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Parking will not be permitted on the streets below

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Queens Road, MG Road, MG Road to Cubbon Road, Rajbhavan Road, Central Street Road Cubbon Road, St Marks Road, Museum Road, Kasturiba Road, Ambedkar Veedi Road, Trinity Jn, Lavelle Road, Vittal Malya Road, Kings Road and Nrupathunga Road.

Vehicles can be parked on the streets below

St Joseph Indian School Ground, UB City Car Park, BMTC TTMC Shivajingara 1st Floor and OLD KGID Building and Kings Road. Meanwhile, Namma Metro will operate for extended hours today, according to the metro department.

This is to facilitate cricket fans who go to the stadium to watch the matches and return late at night. The last train services will depart at 11:30 p.m. from all four Bangalore Metro terminals. BMRCL also announced that paper tickets would be issued these days for those boarding and alighting at MG Road and Cubbon Park metro stations, from where one can access Chinnaswamy Stadium.

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