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Karachi’s famous Burns Road closes for vehicles from January 10

A view of Karachi’s Burnes Raod. Photo uploaded by Younis Qureshi on Google Maps.

KARACHI:  Karachi’s famous food street, Burns Road, is now closed for vehicles from January 10 as evening time has been allocated to pedestrians from 7 pm onwards.

In this regard, a notification has been issued by the Additional Deputy Commissioner II, according to which the decision will take effect from January 10.

As per the notification, Liaquat Highway, from Fresco to Court Road, will be closed for vehicles at 7 pm and traffic coming from Aram Bagh will be diverted to MA Jinnah Road and People’s Square.

The road from Fresco Chowk to Fatima Jinnah Women’s College would be designated for pedestrians, whereas residents of the area would be issued special stickers for their vehicles to enter, it added.

An area of the road will be allotted to deal with emergencies, the notification added. 

Meanwhile, in order to stop food outlets from extending their operations in a way that blocks the way for pedestrians, markings have been made by the authorities.

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