Traffic congestion in Bangalore

Traffic congestion in Bangalore

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Rangaraju Devaraju started this petition to Political Leaders (PWD ministry, housing and development minister) and

The current situation of Bangalore is getting worse due to increased number of vehicles in this city thereby causing huge traffic congestion and great inconvenience to people traveling to work during peak hours. The impact of this traffic is huge financial loss , stress, loss of productivity and family time, traffic congestions are caused mainly by improper roads, high traffic corridors such as Electronic City, marathhalli, whitefield and almost all parts of Bangalore, the metro system is also not well connnected and is causing huge pain and frustration to people while doing their daily travel and commute. The unmaintained and poor road conditions with pot holes are contributing highly to this congestions and at times results in accidents and fatal injuries. The other main cause is continuous permissions given to IT corridors and apartments even though there is Huge traffic already in places such as marathalli, HAL, Domlur, whitefield, Koramangala and surroundings.  There is no planned approach for Such Huge additions of vehicles adding to the current roads which are already congested and blocked. Without proper planning the Future for such addition of people to the road and traffic Bangalore will choke and result in making it a catastrophe. So I request the govt and the incharge higher authorities to please take a planned approach and solve this by creating satellite cities and planning them accordingly thereby diverting traffic from Bangalore. Also to create and support the Smart cities which are located far from each other’s. Scatter the high volume of IT industries , manufacturing industries to multiple parts of the State and never clog them to one area. 

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