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Sir, Since the past year, residential areas in Jayanagar are being transformed into commercial hubs. Houses are being demolished for building multi-storeyed commercial complexes. Many of these complexes come up in violation of building byelaws. Since they do not offer parking space, vehicles are parked on the roads leading to traffic congestion. Vehicles, therefore, are diverted to residential lanes. This situation is found in almost all residential areas in the city. Koramangala is a fine example of how an upmarket residential area has gone to seed.
Repair all roads
I request the chief engineer to make the officials attend to complaints in quick time.
A. Sama Rao,
A user tax of Rs. 500 a trip may be imposed on heavy vehicles and Rs. 100 a trip on other four-wheelers using this road. The money should be spent on maintenance of the road and regulating traffic. Police check-posts with wireless facility and breakdown removal arrangements should be established at every 5 km to ease traffic.
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