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Due To Developmental Works, Few Roads In The City Are Closed

  To facilitate development works several roads in the Mangalore City Corporation limits will remain closed with immediate effect. Meanwhile, alternative routes have been chalked out for the convenience of the public.

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The road in front of Kadri Manjunatheshwara Temple will be closed for a month, due to a culvert being built and UGD works. In order to carry out the work smoothly, vehicular movement in front of the temple is also banned. Motorists using this stretch are requested to move from Battagudda Junction-Kadri Kambla road, to reach Bharath Beedi Junction, take a left to reach Mallikatte Junction and vice-versa, for vehicles moving towards Battaguda Junction.

Bus route No. 59 will pass through NH-66 Chitrapura entrance road, move to Shetty general stores-fisheries school- Eshwara Nagara-Nandadeep Apartment, Navanagara and Lingappa Salian Compound to reach Surathkal.

The Hosabettu Fisheries Road under MCC limits will be closed for 45 days, due to the construction of a mini bridge. Light motor vehicles moving from NH-66 Hosabettu Junction to Hosabettu Beach or fisheries road are requested to take a diversion near Shree Pavan Marbles and Granites, move to Shree Danwantari Ayurvedic Clinic road, and reach Fisheries Road and the beach.

Kodikal main road will remain closed for 45 days due to road concrete work from 5B cross to 10B cross road. All vehicular movement on this stretch is prohibited. The motorists are requested to use 5B, 4B, 1B, 8B,

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