G20 Summit in Delhi is set to host world leaders, including Joe Biden, Justin Trudeau, Rishi Sunak, and King Salman bin Abdulaziz.

Travel restrictions will affect those planning to travel from Noida to Delhi during the event.

Heavy vehicles from Noida to Delhi will face restrictions from September 7 to 10, with diversions through the Eastern Peripheral Expressway (EPE).

Special passes and valid IDs will be required for travelers during this period.

Many offices in Noida and Ghaziabad will facilitate Work From Home (WFH) to reduce traffic congestion.

Travelers heading to IGI Airport and Delhi railway stations should plan their journeys carefully, consider starting early, and use the Metro.

Prohibitory orders will be in place in Ghaziabad until October 15 to maintain peace and law and order during the G20 Summit.

Only vehicles carrying essential commodities with valid 'no entry permissions' will be allowed to enter Delhi.

Staying informed about these guidelines is crucial for a hassle-free journey during the G20 Summit.

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