first_imgTraffic officials have asked those not heading for the Indian Grand Prix to avoid the Greater Noida Expressway and the Yamuna Expressway on Sunday.The officials have predicted rise in the volume of traffic plying on these two major roads thanks to the annual premier racing event taking place at the Buddh International Circuit (BIC).Though the actual event would take place between 3 and 4.30 pm, events on the sidelines lined up before the main race are expected to fetch heavy rush, amounting to the increased flow of traffic from 11.30 am onwards.The heaviest volume of traffic on the Noida-Greater Noida Expressway and Yamuna Expressway (from Zero Point to BIC) is anticipated to occur between 1 pm and 3pm and between five and seven in the evening.The district traffic police said they have tried to cause less inconvenience to commuters by making the least number of diversions, unlike last year, when traffic was diverted most major stretches.last_img