Eight Circles, junctions to turn traffic-friendly
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Eight Circles, junctions to turn traffic-friendly

May 25, 2023

Mysore/Mysuru: To ease traffic congestion at Circles and junctions in the city, the Mysuru City Corporation (MCC) is undertaking Circle development and junction improvement projects in collaboration with the PWD and the City Police.

According to MCC Commissioner G. Lakshmikantha Reddy, work is currently underway at five locations: Al-Badr Circle in Udayagiri, Gayathripuram Church Circle, Metagalli-KRS Road junction near Sri Jayadeva Institute of Cardiovascular Sciences and Research, K.G. Koppal Circle, and Hebbal Circle.

Work orders have been issued, and three additional locations are slated to commence work shortly: Valmiki Road Junction on Hunsur Road, Vivekananda Circle in Vivekananda Nagar and Siddaganga Swamiji Circle in Kuvempunagar.

Jayadeva Hospital – KRS Road junction

The projects are designed to implement necessary corrective measures, including widening Circles or junctions and reducing the length of medians. Tree branches that obstruct the road and impede traffic flow will also be pruned. MCC Commissioner emphasised the importance of these measures in facilitating smoother traffic movement.

It may be mentioned the Traffic Police have effectively addressed traffic bottlenecks at Kempegowda Circle near Manipal Hospital.

2 COMMENTS ON THIS POST To “Eight Circles, junctions to turn traffic-friendly”

  1. A.Ramesh says:

    Introduce traffic signals at hunsur road and Gokulam road near bm hospital and another at gokulam road and gokulam 9th cross, neat nirmala convent. Utmost need is traffic signal at jlb road, mg road junction near RTO

  2. Sanjay Kini says:

    In Bengaluru old traffic umbrella were replaced by High tech police chowkis .While designing these junctions why not have similar police chowkis at these junctions .Each chowki had a Megaphone , CCTV, a multi messaging display system , a fire extinguisher and first aid box .Also provide a cabin ceiling fan and a cellphone charging USB pointing the chowki for comfort of the traffic constable.These Chowki was sponsored by a builder with 20 years. Advertising rights.Will any company from mysuru sponsor these chowkis under their marketing budget in Mysuru.

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