The G20 summit, which is scheduled to be held in New Delhi from September 9 to 10, has drawn global attention to the Indian capital. However, it is a major challenge for the residents of Delhi as they have to deal with traffic disruptions and movement restrictions as a result of the extensive security measures adopted for the summit.
Leaders of the world's greatest nations gathered to tackle global challenges. As this global event takes place in the nation's capital, many regions have been closed off, leading to restricted traffic and closures.
This event lasts for two days and to keep you updated on the exact areas affected by the G20 summit in Delhi, Here’s Mappls, an interactive map detailing all the restricted areas during the summit. To help city commuters navigate smoothly, Delhi Police suggests using MapMyIndia app by Mappls. This satellite navigation app offers real-time traffic updates and road closure information. Mappls is an Indian company known for its extensive coverage of navigation services and maps.
This map is designed by MapmyIndia, a company from our country. So, if you're in Delhi and need help finding your way through areas where you're not allowed to go, this map could be really helpful. During this two-day event, local authorities not only banned cars and people from going there, but also said that only important food deliveries are allowed, not unimportant ones.
Mappls introduced a unique feature for the G20 summit, allowing users to receive real-time updates about road closures and turn restrictions. This feature is the result of a collaboration between Mappls and the Delhi Police, as the app now seamlessly integrates the police department's data. Users can easily identify the affected routes, which are highlighted in red on the map, and explore alternative routes.
Additionally, the map displays officially designated Regulated and Controlled Zones in Delhi, helping users identify areas they should steer clear of.