Metro Noida time on August 15, 2022, Independence Day: The metro trains will run in Noida and Greater Noida as per schedule on the occasion of August 15th (Independence Day 2022). People traveling to Delhi and Gurugram can travel by metro as there was no change in the original schedule of metro trains.
On the occasion of Independence Day, a heavy police unit has been deployed at the border points between Delhi, Noida and other areas of the city. However, the traffic is smooth.
Meanwhile, as per the Delhi Traffic Police guidelines, the borders in Noida, Loni, Singu, Gazipur, Badarpur, Safiya, Maharajpur, Aya Nagar, Ochandi, Surya Nagar, Rajokri, Dansa, Apsara, Kalandi Kunj, Garuda, Bhopora, Lal Kwan Pul Prahlad Pur and Tikri will be off limits for public and commercial vehicles between 10pm to 11am from August 13 to August 15.
Delhi Metro Timings on 15 August (Independence Day 2022):
Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC) has notified early on that metro train services will continue to operate as per the normal schedule on Independence Day 2022, 15 August.
However, parking facilities will remain closed at Delhi metro stations from Sunday morning until Monday afternoon (2pm) in view of the security measures adopted on Independence Day.
The DMRC tweeted, “Parking facilities will not be available at Delhi Metro stations from 6:00 AM on August 14, 2022 until 2:00 PM on August 15, 2022 due to security measures adopted on the occasion of Independence Day. Train services will continue to operate.”
Independence Day: Roads closed in Delhi
Buses to Kauria Pul / Red Fort / Old Delhi Railway Station will pass through the ISBT (Yudhistir Setu) bridge and will terminate at Boulevard Road near Mori Gate U-Turn, according to the advisory.
All buses that terminate at Old Delhi Railway Station, Red Fort, Bhai Mati Dass Chowk, Mori Gate, ISBT, Pragati Maidan and Ambedkar Stadium Station will go opposite Turkman Gate Asaf Ali Road instead, according to the advisory .
Buses to the Red Fort, Old Delhi Railway Station and Bhai Mati Das Chowk (fountain) will be diverted from South Delhi via the NH-24 Ring Road, Marginal Bandh (Pushta) Road and the new ISBT bridge, and will terminate on Boulevard Road, the consultant added.