City Traffic Police have brought in traffic regulations for the India-Palestine football match to be held at the Jawaharlal Nehru International Stadium on Wednesday.

Spectators will be allowed to enter the stadium from 3.30 p.m. onwards.

Two-wheelers, autorickshaws and cars in which spectators arrive should be parked at the St. Albert’s College ground near the stadium, the parking area in front of the stadium, Kerala Water Authority area behind the stadium, helipad ground, and the property owned by Tharakandam-St. Jude Church.

Heavy vehicles arriving to the stadium should be parked at Manappattiparambu and on either sides of Edappally-Vytilla National Highway stretch without obstructing the traffic flow.

Vehicles coming from West Kochi and Goshree side after 4 p.m. should drop passengers at Kaloor Junction and proceed to either Manappattiparambu parking ground or take Kaloor-Kathrikadavu road to reach Tharakandam St. Jude church area.

Vehicles coming from Edappally, Palarivattom and Vytilla sides should drop the passengers at Palarivattom round-about and either park along sides of the service roads on either sides of the NH or take Palarivattom-Thammanam road to reach Tharakandam St. Jude church.

Vehicles used to ferry match officials, OB vans of visual media, Fire Force, police, VIPs and ambulances should be parked at specially marked out area near the stadium. Parking will not be allowed between Edappally bypass and North overbridge and roads around the stadium on the match day, said an official press release issued by the police.

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