Vehicular movement on E01 returns to normal

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The vehicular movement, which was restricted on the Southern Expressway (E01) between Kahathuduwa and Kottawa after a bowser toppled over at the ninth mile post, has returned to normal, the Road Development Authority (RDA) said.

This incident had resulted in traffic being diverted from the Kahathuduwa interchange.

An RDA official said vehicular movement towards Colombo was currently operating along one lane.

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