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Attention! These Roads Will Be Closed for National Holiday!

Attention! These Roads Will Be Closed for National Holiday!


The areas affected by the traffic ban for the upcoming National Day holiday. Credit: SHINE


According to Shanghai police, in the evening during the upcoming National Day holiday, cars will be banned from entering many downtown areas along Huangpu River.


With regard to West of the river, from 4:30pm until 11:30pm, no motor vehicles will be allowed in the area bound by Liyang Road, Changzhi Road, Tiantong Road, Qufu Road, Xizang Road, Beijing Road, Chengdu Road, Chongqing Road, Huaihai Road, Renmin Road, Dongmen Road and the riverside.



All non-motor vehicles will be banned during the same hours in a smaller area bound by Suzhou Road, Henan Road, Renmin Road, Xinkaihe Road, and the riverside.



Cars can only go onto or go off the Bund Tunnel, go off to Yan'an Road E. Tunnel (in the section of Yan'an Elevated Road east of the North-South Elevated Road). 


In regard to East of the river, all motor vehicles will be banned in the area surrounded by Baibu Street, Lujiazuihuan Road, Shibu Street, and the riverside.



The rules above will come into effect from September 30 to October 7, covering National Holiday.


In addition, from 8pm to 11.30pm on September 30, all exits of the Nanjing Road E. Metro Station on lines 2 and 10 will be closed. The Huangpu River Sightseeing Tunnel will be shut, too. The exits and the tunnel will remain closed from 4pm to 11:30pm from October 1 to 7.


The Dongjin ferry line over Huangpu River will not operate from 3pm to 6:30pm daily from October 1 to 7.


Source: SHINE




 

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