Uttarakhand Floods: Status of major roads as of 22-6-2013

Buildings perilously close to the collapsing bank. Photo by @seedsindiaBuildings perilously close to the collapsing bank. Photo by @seedsindia

Present Status of Major Roads with respect to use for Motor Vehicles (as of 22/06/2013)

Buildings perilously close to the collapsing bank. Photo by @seedsindia

Buildings perilously close to the collapsing bank. Photo by @seedsindia

  1. Joshimath- Karnaprayag- Gauchar- Rudraprayag- Shrinagar- Devprayag- Rishikesh Road is Open. (via Shrinagar Bypass – Chauraas / Gangadarshan)

  2. Pauri- Devprayag Road is Open

  3. Pauri – Shrinagar Road is Open

  4. Pauri – Dugadda – Najibabad Road is Open

  5. Guptkashi – Mayali – Chirbatiya – Tehri Road is Open

  6. Uttarkashi – Chinyalisaud Road is Open

  7. Karnaprayag – Ranikhet – Kathgodam Road is Open

  8. Dharasu – Badkot – Damta –Dehradun Road is Open

  9. Mayali – Tilwada Road is Open

  10. Ghansali – Tipri –New Tehri Road is Open

  11. Ghansali – Tipri – Devprayag Road is Open

  12. Tehri – Chamba – Rishikesh Road is Open

  13. Chamba – Mussourie Road is Open

  14. Chinyalisaud – Suvakholi – Mussourie Road is Open

  15. Tyuni – Chakrata – Sahiya – Kalsi – Dehradun Road is Open

  16. Almora – Ghaat – Pithoragadh Road is Open

  17. Pithoragadh – Askot –Jauljeebi – upto Baluakot  Road is Open

  18. Bageshwar – Almora Road is Open

  19. Road from Badkot to Yamunotri is Open for Light Vehicles up to Wadiya village (34 k.m.)

  20. Lambgaon – Pipaldaali – Tehri Road is Open

  21. Between Uttarkashi and Dharasu, the Devidhaar- Dhohtari – Kotdhaar – Lambgaon section is Open for Light Vehicles

  22. Khairna – Almora Road is CLOSED (the alternate road connecting Khairna – Ranikhet – Almora is Open)

This is the translation of a badly formatted file uploaded by the government, which no longer appears to be working either. The information may be useful for anyone traveling in the region or guiding others or planning.

Translation by @godavar

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