Road closure, Metro work give DN Nagar locals sleepless nights
The Free Press Journal|October 21, 2021
Increasing traffic during peak hours making matters worse BL Soni
SHASHANK RAO

The ongoing work on Metro rail across the city has eaten up considerable motorable space thanks to barricading of lanes. If barricading wasn't enough, then to make matters worse, a few stretches of road have been blocked, and traffic diversions are making life miserable for locals there. One such elongated period of road closure has been at DN Nagar in Andheri (W), where works on Metro-2A is going on.

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