In anticipation of the crowds around the MG Road area for the Republic Day Parade, the Bengaluru Traffic Police has made the following arrangements for entry into the ground, traffic flow, parking, etc.
Traffic Police Day was started 11 years ago to appreciate the efforts of the traffic police. Local school children will be expressing their gratitude to these unsung heroes of the city during the course of this month.
In anticipation of the crowds in the MG Road area on New Year’s eve, the Bengaluru Traffic Police has made alternate arrangements for traffic flow, parking, etc. They have also appealed that citizens who are driving, refrain from consuming alcohol.
The Karnataka government has proposed a substantial hike in the fine for honking. Will this reign in the spectre of vehicular noise pollution? What other measures can reduce the deafening noise levels in our city?
Bangalore ACP of Traffic Dayananda evades questions on how the traffic chaos will be tackled during upcoming mega road projects. He suggests congestion tax, car-pooling and improvement in public transport system to ease the traffic in Bengaluru.