A plea to shift the bus-stop at Dwarka- Palam Flyover to stop the terrible traffic jam .

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The Dwarka-Palam flyover known as the "deadliest accidents spots", not only calls for lives, but also displays a scene of terrible traffic jam. There is a bus shelter located there, which results in the occurrence of the jam. The people who wait for the buses or cabs create a ruckus over there.

Its faulty design and inadequate safety measures have turned this road into virtual deathtraps, a recent study of the Central Road Research Institute (CRRI) found.

A report published in TOI, mentioned that it is among the most dangerous roads for drivers in Delhi, with over 145 accidents reported in 2012-16. But Delhi Development Authority seems in no hurry to make the Dwarka flyover safer.

Additional Session Judge, Kamini Lau, also noted that DDA, which had constructed this flyover in 2006, had admitted it had not provided any safety measures like warning signs till 2012. 

Providing this fact here, is to show the mishappenings that has been caused due to sheer negligence of people along with the authorities. The worst case is the heavy jam. Being stuck in the jam for longer hours, results in delay of day to day works and a complete wastage of time of the commuters passing by, through that road.

It is my request to the authorities that, let the bus shelter there be shifted at a distance of 500 metres.  A lot of difference will be created in curbing the traffic problem. 

Sign my petition asking the Transport Department, Govt. of NCT of Delhi, Delhi Development Authority to shift the bus stand to the broad opening of the road so that movement of vehicles can be hustle free and fatal accidents can be stopped.

Please sign the petition for the betterment of the society.

 

 



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