Auto Expo 2023 – India's flagship auto Expo began today, 11th January, after being hit hard by the coronavirus pandemic for the past three years. The 16th edition of the mega automotive show will continue for seven days, i.e till January 18.
The public can attend Auto Expo 2023 from January 13 to 18, with the exception of the first two days, January 11 and 12, which are reserved for the media. Anticipating the massive footfall, Noida Police issued a traffic warning and as well as parking advisory for the people. To reduce traffic congestion in the city, the Gautam Buddha Nagar Traffic Police has announced traffic restrictions on several stretches and routes.
🚨 यातायात एडवाइजरी🚨
दिनांक 11.01.2023 से 18.01.2023 तक एक्सपो मार्ट ग्रेटर नोएडा में प्रस्तावित "ऑटो एक्सपो द मोटर शो-2023" के आयोजन के दृष्टिगत यातायात का व्यवस्थापन!
यातायात हेल्पलाइन नं0- 9971009001 pic.twitter.com/Dc4xV564Lp — Noida Traffic Police (@noidatraffic) January 9, 2023
Have a look at advisory issued by Noida Traffic Police:
- Parking facilities are available at Bada Golchakkar, near Galgotia Cut and Expo Mart Golchakkar, for travellers arriving via the Noida-Greater Noida Expressway. From there, they can go to Auto Expo in vehicles provided by Expo Mart.
- Visitors can use Expo Mart, Sirsa Golchakkar and Peripheral Expressway as an alternative route, if there is heavy traffic on the Noida-Greater Noida Expressway.
- After the programme, people who want to go to the Noida-Greater Noida Expressway can go to the car parking at Bada Golchakkar and travel to the Accurate T Institute point, using the service road from there to the Hindon cut and Safipur underpass to reach to the expressway.
- The main Expo Mart in Noida will forbid heavy vehicles and cranes will be used to handle damaged and abandoned vehicles left standing on the roadside.
- Vehicle pass holders issued by the organisers will be allowed to enter Expo Mart only through the designated gate, and parking arrangements for VIP vehicles will be made on the premises.
Highlights of this event
The likes of Maruti Suzuki, Hyundai, Tata Motors, Kia India, Toyota Kyrleskar and MG Motor India will lead traditional automakers at the show in Greater Noida, which will see five global launches and 75 product launches and introductions.
“There are more overall industry participants than in the previous edition in 2020, with around 80 industry stakeholders participating in the auto show, including 46 vehicle manufacturers," an official of the Society of Indian Automobile Manufacturers (SIAM) said.
Keeping in tune with the industrial trend of electrification, the official said there will be much more participation from vehicle-making startups, most of them only producing electric vehicles ranging from two- and three-wheelers to passenger cars and commercial electric vehicles.