New Delhi: With Commonwealth Games just a
few months away, Lt Governor Tejendra Khanna on Thursday reviewed
transport and traffic planning for the opening and closing
ceremonies of the mega event in October.
"Khanna chaired the second high-level meeting of
inter-agency core group on micro planning for the opening and
closing ceremonies of the Commonwealth Games on October 3 and
"The entry/exit and parking of vehicles was discussed at
length and streamlined after due discussion and deliberation
by all the stakeholders present," a statement from the LG
House said here.
The meeting was attended by the chairman organizing
committee Suresh Kalmadi, Chief Secretary Rakesh Mehta, senior
police officers and officers of various agencies concerned.
"Transportation sub-plans for the opening day" and "lane
reservations for Commonwealth Games traffic" from October 3 to
14 were prepared by games advisor R Narayanswamy in
consultation with Delhi Police, organizing committee and
The issue of lane reservations for accredited vehicles
during the Games was also finalised and accordingly approval
for the painting of the reserved lanes (accredited lanes) was
given by Khanna, the statement added.