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Jammu Srinagar NHW partially restored, Stranded Vehicles Being Cleared, Commuters Urged to Drive with Caution

Srinagar, Feb 02: Authorities have partially restored traffic along the Jammu Srinagar National Highway (NHW) and are actively clearing stranded vehicles. Commuters are advised to exercise caution due to a single-lane section near Sherbibi and slippery conditions at various points along the route.
“As of 1500 hours, significant progress has been made in restoring traffic flow along the Jammu Srinagar National Highway (NHW) after it was disrupted due to adverse weather conditions. While the highway has been partially reopened, authorities continue their efforts to clear stranded vehicles and ensure the smooth movement of traffic,” traffic department said.
Commuters are advised to exercise caution while traveling along the highway, particularly near Sherbibi, where a section of the road has been reduced to a single lane. Additionally, slippery conditions persist at various points along the route, necessitating careful driving to ensure the safety of all road users.
Authorities are actively engaged in clearing the backlog of vehicles and maintaining traffic management measures to minimize disruptions and facilitate the resumption of normal traffic flow. Motorists are urged to adhere to instructions from traffic personnel and exercise patience as the situation gradually improves.
The partial restoration of traffic on the Jammu Srinagar NHW comes as a relief to travelers who were previously stranded due to the adverse weather conditions. Efforts are ongoing to fully reopen the highway and restore uninterrupted connectivity between Jammu and Srinagar.

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