NEW DELHI: Traffic on the second working day after one of the carriageways of the Chirag Dilli flyover was shut for repairs moved a little better than on Monday. On Tuesday, the tailback stretched only to Savitri flyover instead of till Nehru Enclave, with a delay of around 15-20 minutes.More cops were deployed to manage the traffic as well as to prevent people from driving on the wrong side. Many commuters, however, complained that the red light at the intersection was opened for around 40-50 seconds while it was closed for around two minutes.Some parents who were on their way to drop their children complained that the timing of the closure was strange as it coincided with the timings of the board exams as well as school exams. “It’s criminal to do this to kids,” one of them said even as he pleaded the traffic cop to let him go after he jumped his turn to move. The traffic cop allowed him to go as his daughter was getting late for the exam.The evening commute, too, wasn’t easy for people as traffic continued to move slowly on Josip Broz Tito Marg.Joanna Mehta, who resides in Saket, was heading back home after a meeting in Central Delhi. She said she waited to leave by 8 pm hoping the traffic would be less. “I reached the starting of Josip Broz Tito Marg and then turned towards Gargi College to take parallel Siri Fort Road to Saket. That road was also choked. A 30-40 minutes trip is taking 1.2 hours now. I wonder what people who have an emergency or want to rush to the hospital will do in such circumstances,” said Mehta. The closure of the carriageway has affected traffic movements on several roads and stretches in south Delhi. Traffic in areas like South Extension, AIIMS, Malviya Nagar, BRT Corridor, Vasant Kunj, Defence Colony, Sheikh Sarai, INA and Savitri Cinema has also been affected.