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Motorcycles banned from downtown Changsha

Updated: 2017-11-03

 

Motorcycles have been banned from downtown Changsha in a bid to ensure orderly, safe and smooth traffic in the city center, according to the latest circular issued by the traffic police detachment of local public security bureau on Nov 1.

 

According to the new regulation, both two-wheeled and three-wheeled motorbikes are not allowed to be driven on roads, bridges and tunnels in designated areas.

 

In areas along the western Xiangjiang River, it involves Xiaoxiang Road, Erhuan Road (Second Ring Road), Yuelu Avenue, Fenglin Road, Lujing Road, Longwanggang Road, Jinxing South Road as well as avenues, roads, streets and lanes inside the circumscribed area.

 

Xiangjiang Road, Erhuan Road (Second Ring Road), Furong North Road, Fuyuan Road, Qipei Road, Beijing-Hong Kong-Macao Expressway, Changsha Avenue, Xinhuahou Road, Xiangzhang Road, and Changsha City Belt Expressway (G0401) as well as the circled area in the eastern bank of Xiangjiang River are also within the forbidden area.

 

In addition, vehicles involved cannot use bridges of Juzizhou, Yinpenling, Houzishi, Fuyuanlu and Xiangjiang River-crossing tunnels of Yingpan Road and Nanhu Road, and Liuyang River tunnel at Xiangjiang Road and Nianjia Lake tunnel.

 

Violators will get punished in accordance with laws and regulations involved. The circular will come into effect from Nov 8.

 

Motorcycles are banned from entering the downtown area of Changsha, Hunan province to ensure orderly and safe traffic. [Photo/icswb.com]

 

Source: Changsha Evening News