Development of basic public infrastructure for Navi Mumbai, ULWE residents

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Residents of ULWE have to face a harrowing time daily due to the extreme congestion on the roads (Belapur-Uran) due to massive construction for upcoming Navi Mumbai Airport.
Lack of adequately built ROADS brings traffic to a halt and this problem becomes worse on rainy days. Vehicles are taking an hour to travel a meager 2-4 kilometers on tough days. Average travel speed is hardly above 10 Kmph on these roads and very limited LOCAL TRAINs and with frequency of almost an hour thus have face lot of issues for working class and school going children.
This is causing extreme frustration, tiredness, high cost of travel and loss of productivity.
Lives are being lost every week (either due to accident or otherwise) because the ambulances are not able to find space. Lack of “traffic signals” or “traffic police” civilians crossing the roads full of vehicles is quite scary and people have lost their lives in past.
Recently 3 people were grievously injured while crossing the road and in the past 3 months 4 have met with an accident and it was so severe that they succumbed on the spot.
We request the Honorable Chief Minister of Maharashtra, the chief of MMRDA, NMMC, CIDCO town planning authority and area councilors to consider this request and take steps to rectify this situation.
Another big issue is street DOGs are seen roaming every where which has bitten many children and seniors citizens and many of them have died due to this.
Here are some other issues which are extremely critical to be looked into immediately are as follows...
1) Well-tarred roads around Bamandongri and Kharkopar station.
2) Presence of more traffic lights and street lights even in the internal areas to stop deadlocks.
3) Deployment of more traffic police officers to control the traffic.
4) Cleanliness in an around Ulwe with proper public places.
Being the state that contributes maximum to the nation’s revenue, we have an inadequate infrastructure. Citizens, therefore, feel betrayed and neglected.
We hope you understand our grievances and take steps to solve our problems.