NEW TRAFFIC ARRANGEMENTS AT BENGALURU AIRPORT: SEPARATE DEPARTURE AND ARRIVAL ROAD TRAFFIC FLOW INTRODUCED September 27th, 2016 Bangalore International Airport Ltd. (BIAL) today announced that there will be new ground traffic arrangements at the Kempegowda International Airport, Bengaluru. In an effort to streamline traffic moving in and out of the airport and to facilitate smooth movement, BIAL implemented a lateral segregation of the departure and arrival zones to the terminal by introducing two separate routes for vehicles drop-offs and pick-ups. The two routes designed to achieve this segregation of traffic will avoid traffic bottlenecks within the airport and vehicles are requested to adhere to the designated routes while dropping off and picking up passengers. This new route is only for cabs and self-driven cars. The new routes have been introduced with immediate effect. Appropriate signage have been installed at various vantage points to re-direct passengers to the new routes. Additional staff have been deployed to assist the passengers at all times. Passengers are requested to drive on marked routes to and from the terminal. A strict adherence will help KIAB in providing an enhanced experience to users. DIVERSIONS Changes to the new routes are aligned with the Departure and Arrival Gates for ease of movement. The following instructions will help passengers in traversing seamlessly at the kerb: Vehicle Departure Traffic Flow: The route for passenger drop off remains unchanged. Vehicles coming from the city will take the usual left at the Main Access Road (MAR) towards the terminal building. Follow the way finding signage to exit the airport. Vehicle Arrival Traffic Flow: People coming to receive passengers and heading towards Arrival need to continue straight instead of turning left at the Main Access Road, like they would previously. Vehicles will be required to drive past the parking lot and take a left after the traffic signal to reach arrival gates 11-13. Post pick up, all vehicles are requested to follow the way finding signage to exit the airport. The following map will give clarity on the two routes for vehicles arriving and leaving the airport. The route marked in red will provide reference for vehicles dropping passengers of at the terminal and the route marked in green will guide the vehicles picking up arriving passengers.
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