Showing posts with label Traffic. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Traffic. Show all posts

Monday, November 24, 2014

COMPLETE DETAILS: Arrival Timing of SAARC Heads of Govts

Arrival timing of heads of 8 nations for 18th SAARC Summit going to be held from Nov 26 in Nepal's Capital Kathmandu. The landing time is for Tribhuvan International Airport (TIA) in Kathmandu.

The arrival on Tuesday will see SriLankan President Mahinda Rajapaksa at first who will land at the Tribhuvan International Airport (TIA) at 9:30 am followed by Afghanistan’s President Ashraf Ghani at 10:45 am.


Similarly, Tshering Tobgay, Prime Minister of Bhutan will land at 11:45 am whereas Maldives’ President Abdulla Yameen will come Nepal at 12:05 pm.

Indian Prime Minister (PM) Narendra Modi is expected to arrive between 3 pm to 3:30 pm who will inaugurate the Trauma Center near Bir Hospital build with Indian assistance and hand over a chopper to Nepal Army at Tundikhel at 4 pm.

Pakistan PM Nawaz Sharif will arrive at 3:45 pm, while Bangladesh PM Sheikh Hasina will be last to arrive at 4:15 pm.


The arrival time of Mahindra Rajapaksa, Ashraf Ghani, Tshering Tobgay, Abdulla Yameen, Narendra Modi, Nawaz Sharif and Sheikh Hasina.

Foreign Minister of Maldives Arrives Kathmandu for 18th SAARC Summit

Days ahead of 18th SAARC Summit, Ms Dunya Maumoon has arrived in Kathmandu to participate in the 18th SAARC Summit as a representative from Maldives.

Joint Secretary of Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Rameswor Paudel is set to welcome the SAARC foreign ministers at Tribhuvan International Airport (TIA).

Maumoon is the second Foreign Minister to arrive in Kathmandu after Bhutan's Foreign Minister Lyonpo Rinzin Dorje who arrived Nepal's capital - Kathmandu on November 23, 2014. SAARC Summit is going to be held on City hall at Kathmandu from November 26, 2014 for 2 days.

Even-Odd Traffic System for 18th SAARC Summit Affecting Life in Kathmandu

On the occassion of 18th SAARC Summit going to be held from November 26 to 27, 2014, the Government of Nepal (GoN) has made rule for operation of vehicles based on odd and even number plate system effective from Nov 24 to 28.

The numebring system is done on alternate days with the motive for reducing the traffic congestion in the capital's roads to tighten security for the 18th Summit of the South Asian Association fore Regional Cooperation (SAARC).

The new system for traffic system has halted the life of number of citizens due to reduction on number almost by half than on usual days.

Due to reduction on the number of public vehicles, passengers of Kathmandu are having hard time catching vehicles to work and heading offices. Also, the running public vehicles are carrying very large number of passengers due to which citizens are compelled to head towards workspace on foot.

The Metropolitan Traffic Police Division, Kathmandu stated that the odd and even number plate system which came into effect from the morning of Mangsir 8th, 2071 have not encountered any problems managing the traffic so far.

Some vehicles not conforming to the odd and even number plate system at sensitive areas of the capital were turned back while vehicles found violating this rule would be subjected to action from tomorrow.

Besides for general public vehicles, those used for essential services , the media, ambulances, mortuary vans, fire vehicles, vehicles used in blood transfusion services, vehicles carrying hospital and diplomatic mission staffs, vehicles carrying tourists and marriage ceremony can run freely.

Friday, November 21, 2014

Traffic Management in Kathmandu for 18th SAARC Summit- A to Z info

Public Holiday: 10th and 11th Mangsir

School, colleges and educational institutions holiday: 9 to 12 of Mangsir, 2071

Odd number vehicle operation date: 9 & 11 of Mangsir

Even numbered vehicle operation date: 8, 10, 12 of Mangsir

Sample of Odd number plate: 137, 7665

Sample of even number plate: 1234, 9852

The numbering system is not valid for Ambulance, Hospital vehicle, Fire extingushers, media handling and other who has permissin pass

Also, the system is not for green numbered plate carrying tourists, vehicle carrying bride and groom but applicable for other's bike or vehicles.


Other vehicles of Gas, oil, Milk, Water, vegetables, petroleum products may be operated with strict supervision.

The vehicles not obeying above rule will not be charged on 8th mangsir but may be requested to return same route.

From 9th mangsir, fine will be charged to vehicle owners not obeying the rule.

Also Old Bus Park behind the Rastriya Sabha Griha, the venue of the Summit, will be closed from November 24 onwards.

Likewise, vehicles plying to Old Bus Park will be diverted towards Thapathali, Teku, Maitighar, Sano Gaucharan and Lazimpat.

Tuesday, November 18, 2014

सार्कका लागि काठमाडौँ भित्रिए गाडी

नेपाल सरकारले आसन्न सार्क शिखर सम्मेलनलाई ध्यानमा राखी भारतबाट ३२ वटा साना सुविधायुक्त सवारीसाधन भाडामा ल्याएको छ ।

भारतबाट ल्याउने क्रममा सोमबार बेलहिया नाका हुँदै भैरहवा भन्सार कार्यालयमा आएका ती साना सवारी आज बिहान १० बजे सुरक्षासहित काठमाडौँ प्रस्थान गरेका छन् ।

नेपाल प्रवेशसँगै सरकारी नम्बर प्लेट लगाएर बिएमडब्लु र मर्सिडिज कम्पनीका ती सवारीसाधन प्रहरीको सुरक्षामा काठमाडौँ पठाइएको छ । प्रहरीले भैरहवा भन्सार कार्यालयबाटै सुरक्षा दिएको छ ।

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Monday, November 17, 2014

Traffic Schedule for Kathmandu Valley during 18th SAARC Summit

On the occasion of 18th SAARC Summit in Kathmandu, Nepal, the Nepal government has decided to regulate the vehicular movement on November 24, 25, 26 27 & 28, 2014 with odd and even number plate system.

The Traffic police will allows vehicles with even number plate to run on November 24, 26, 28 and odd number plates on November 25 and 27.

The route starting from Airport to Soaltee Crowne Plaza and Soaltee Crown Plaza to Airport on November 25 and 28, 2014 will be controlled throughout the day.

Traffic movement will be halted one hour before the VVIP movement. The vehicular movement on the route starting from Soaltee Crowne Plaza to Bhrikutimandap will be controlled on November 26 and 27.

Though the government has not restricted big bus to ply within Ring Road during these days, the Traffic Police has advised tour operators to use smaller vehicles for swift and easy movement. Guests are advised to leave earlier than before to reach the airport.

For more information, dial 103 to know about traffic movement on these days. We will keep updating you.
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