Road conditions - Uttarakhand

sheeraz

Member
A1.
Joshimath bus stand has parking nearby.

Car and ropeway both have own pros and cons.

Ropeway parking had less space earlier but can't say about current updates if any.
I would prefer drive from joshimath to auli......

A2.
Kmvn se 0.5 kms Pehle Road side pe Park kar dena.... Bohot space hai. Kmvn se take the chairlift instead of cable car. It's much more exciting. Then need to walk for another half km to point no 2 of cable car. Waha se Gorson top is another 1 km or so.

Chairlift is half the price of cable car. 400rs If I remember correctly. Went there last year in Jan.
Thanks so much.
 
Uttarakhand Covid Guidelines: Night curfew ends in the state, Anganwadi centers will open from one, read how much relaxation was found in the new SOP




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February 16, 2022


Summary
Night curfew has been abolished in the state, but some restrictions will still continue. It has been decided to open Anganwadi centers in the state from March 1.


Scope
Night curfew was abolished in Uttarakhand in view of the decrease in the cases of corona infection. Also, Anganwadi centers will be opened in the state from March 1. According to the SOP issued by the government, some concessions have been given, but at the same time restrictions on some will still continue.
These are exemptions and restrictions

Gyms, shopping malls, cinema halls, spas, salons, theatres, auditoriums and meeting rooms etc. and related activities will open with full capacity under the Corona guidelines.

Swimming pool and water park in the state will remain closed till February 28.

Sports institutes, stadiums and playgrounds will be opened in the state with full capacity for training of players.

– All social, sports, entertainment, marriage ceremony, cultural function activities allowed for the participation of individuals with the full potential of the venue. Kovid guidelines will have to be followed.

Political rally, dharna-demonstration not allowed till February 28.

Hotels, restaurants, eateries and dhabas are allowed to operate according to their capacity and corona protocol.

All the Anganwadi centers in the state will open from March 1.
Conduct of examinations will be allowed.

Kovid guidelines will have to be followed in public places, tourist places, markets, bus stands, railway stations, mandi and other crowded places. It is necessary to take care of masks, social distancing, sanitization.

Those traveling in workplace and public transport will have to use masks. 6 feet distance in public places.
Consumption of spitting, gutka, tobacco etc. is prohibited in public places.


Uttarakhand Covid Guidelines: Night curfew ends in the state, Anganwadi centers will open from one, read how much relaxation was found in the new SOP
 

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Babudom of Uttarkhand seems to be in overdrive in giving out Yatra control to RTO and policemen. As per various news items this past week:

1. All drivers not from uttarakhand will need 2 hours compulsory hill driving 'training'; after which their driving license will be 'green stamped'.
Only then they will be allowed to go to any of Char Dhams. 'Training' will be for 2 hours but what will happen if there is long queue for such compulsory 'driving education'?
It could be whole day waiting time. UK Babus are assuming everyone not from Uttarakhand can't drive safely on hill road. What about two wheelers?

2. One can be stopped at Haridwar/Rishikesh without any cerainity of duration of such 'stoppage' 'if parking spaces further uphill become 'full'. How can UK police/RTO monitor
all parking areas uphill in real time? This will be an easy way to stop any vehicle and extract bribe.

3. New police checkposts are being setup where all papers of pilgrims will be checked and stamped. For exmple even at Hanumanchatti before Badrinathji.

But these Babus do not think about someone who travels to Badrinathji being not aware of the fact that there is no diesel/petro pump after Joshimath.
I have seen people buying petrol/diesel in black in Badrinath. Because these ministers/babus promulgating such rules travel themselves by helicopter, never have to
buy diesel/petrol as roads are cleared for them in advance by police!

I have been going to Badrinathji since 1977 twice every year. I guess its high time to stop now and head elsewhere.
 
Babudom of Uttarkhand seems to be in overdrive in giving out Yatra control to RTO and policemen. As per various news items this past week:

1. All drivers not from uttarakhand will need 2 hours compulsory hill driving 'training'; after which their driving license will be 'green stamped'.
Only then they will be allowed to go to any of Char Dhams. 'Training' will be for 2 hours but what will happen if there is long queue for such compulsory 'driving education'?
It could be whole day waiting time. UK Babus are assuming everyone not from Uttarakhand can't drive safely on hill road. What about two wheelers?

2. One can be stopped at Haridwar/Rishikesh without any cerainity of duration of such 'stoppage' 'if parking spaces further uphill become 'full'. How can UK police/RTO monitor
all parking areas uphill in real time? This will be an easy way to stop any vehicle and extract bribe.

3. New police checkposts are being setup where all papers of pilgrims will be checked and stamped. For exmple even at Hanumanchatti before Badrinathji.
11- It is mandatory for every public service vehicle to obtain “Green Card” from any of the nearest Transport office in Uttarakhand before proceeding on religious tour. This is issued after the inspection of the vehicle and it is a consolidated statement of its certificate of fitness, route permit, tax deposit certificate, insurance certificate and driving license.





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Portal for Registration of Driver/ Conductor of Public Service Vehicle :
 
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Chardham Yatra 2022: Negative RT-PCR Test Report Made Mandatory For Pilgrims
The decision has been made in view of increasing cases of Covid-19 in the country.


By: ABP News Bureau | Updated : 28 Apr 2022 10:09 AM (IST)

Uttarakhand Chardham Yatra 2022 RTPCR Negative Report Mandatory After Coronavirus Cases Increasing

Chardham Yatra 2022: Visitors will will have to bring a negative RT-PCR report ( Image Source : Getty Images )

New Delhi: In view of rising cases of Covid-19 in several parts of the country, a negative RT-PCR test report has been mandated for the pilgrims visiting the Char Dham Yatra which is scheduled to commence from May 3. Visitors will have to produce a negative RT-PCR report 72 hours prior to arrival and the report is to be uploaded on the registeration portal. The report will also have to be uploaded on a portal by state tourism department that will soon be live.
Sources close to ABP News told that the Uttarakhand government is likely to issue new guidelines with regard to the Char Dham pilgrimage in light of uptick in Covid-19 cases. Around 1.5 lac visitors have registered for pilgrimage so far on the registeration portal.
While gates for Yamunotri and Gangotri will be opened for visitors on May 3, for Kedarnath it will open on May 6, Badrinath on May 8 and Hemkund Sahib will be opened for visitors on May 22.
India recorded a sharp spike in number of Covid-19 cases in the last 24 hours as the country crossed the 3000-mark on Wednesday. 3,303 new Covid-19 cases were recorded in the last 24 hours, as per the data shared by Ministry of Health Affairs.


India's active caseload currently stands at 16,980, which is 0.04% of the total cases while the daily positivity rate has also increased to 0.66% due to the surge in infections.
2,563 patients were reported recovered in the last 24 hours, taking the total recoveries to 4,25,28,126, The recovery rate now stands at 98.74%.


 
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