Mumbai: Traffic movement to be affected on Western Express Highway, Malabar Hill | Mumbai news

The traffic police requested the citizens to plan their journey accordingly and assured that the situation will be updated through radio and Twitter.

Mumbai traffic will slow down on Western Express Highway and Malabar Hill on Wednesday morning due to scheduled VVIP traffic, Mumbai Traffic Police said.

Mumbai Traffic Police has posted an advisory on its official Twitter account to alert the citizens.

Due to pre-scheduled VVIP visit, traffic is likely to slow down from Santacruz Airport, WEH to Malabar Hill from 10:30 AM to 11:30 AM and from Malabar Hill to Regal Circle from 12:30 PM to 06:00 PM. Read the tweet.

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The traffic police requested the citizens to plan their journey accordingly and assured that the situation will be updated through radio and Twitter.

Complaints are being heard on social media from commuters that such moves make them uncomfortable during peak traffic hours. He asked why VIPs were given special treatment at the expense of common people.

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