Poor marking of deviations on Mysuru-Bengaluru Highway
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Poor marking of deviations on Mysuru-Bengaluru Highway

July 29, 2021


I wish to bring to the notice of the authorities concerned about the poor marking of deviations on Mysuru-Bengaluru Highway. In the commencement stage, this 10-lane Highway work started with neatly-laid deviations with bright reflective stickers to caution the motorists.

But on my recent drive in the same route I observed poorly maintained deviations. The reflective stickers on this deviations has lost its brightness and its visibility to vehicle drivers which can be very horrible for people driving on this road.

I request the authorities concerned to tak­e immediate action to avoid major hazardous accidents due to this ill maintenance.

– Rajeev, Mysuru, 27.7.2021

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