Motorists and residents of Indiranagar in the city can now heave a sigh of relief.

After an ordeal of nearly two years, the Indiranagar 100 Foot Road is now back in shape with the completion of the Metro Rail work at the junction between CMH Road-100 Foot Road Junction and Old Madras Road.

Following the completion of the work, Bangalore Metro Rail Corporation Limited has asphalted the 300-metre stretch.

With this, the traffic police on Sunday permitted two-way movement on the entire stretch of Indiranagar 100 Foot Road.

The traffic police were busy laying barricades to avoid criss-crossing of vehicles between CMH Road–100 Foot Road Junction and Old Madras Road.

CMH Road

Vehicles are yet to be allowed on CMH Road. Metro Rail work is still in progress at a distance of about 200 metres away from Indiranagar 100 Foot Road-CMH Road Junction.

About 200 metres of CMH Road has been asphalted on either side.

The road leading to CMH Road from Adarsha cinema continues to be in a bad shape.

Two-way

The traffic police have allowed two-way movement on the stretch between 515 Army Base Workshop and Trinity Circle.

The police are waiting for the completion of work between Ulsoor Police Station and 515 Army Base Workshop to extend two-way movement of vehicles.

“We are studying the possibility of having two-way movement between Adarsha cinema and Trinity Circle,” said Additional Commissioner of Police (Traffic and Security) Praveen Sood.

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