Tag: Footpaths

Pedestrian death traps 
Mysore Dasara 2018, News

Pedestrian death traps 

Mysuru: Danger seems to be lurking for pedestrians around the Core Heritage Zone in city, particularly around the Mysore Palace, K.R. Circle, Sayyaji Rao Road and the Jumboo Savari Route from Mysore Palace to Bannimantap as concrete slabs and footpath tiles that were used to cover the roadside drains have been found either broken or…

Footpaths being repaired on war-footing, says DC
Mysore Dasara 2018, News

Footpaths being repaired on war-footing, says DC

Mysuru: Footpaths will not pose any danger to pedestrians and tourists as all the broken and damaged walkways will be repaired. Works are being carried out on a war-footing and the safety of pedestrians is paramount, said Deputy Commissioner Abhiram G. Sankar, who is also the Dasara Special Officer. Speaking to SOM this morning from his…

FOODPATHS: Pushing pedestrians off the footpath
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FOODPATHS: Pushing pedestrians off the footpath

A photo feature by M.N. Lakshminarayana Yadav Come evening and there is a Mela on certain city roads with vendors turning out in large numbers to sell everything from momos to gobi manchurian, egg, vegetarian and meat rolls to dosas, cut fruits, salted-and-peppered raw mangoes and pani-puris from their pushcarts. With people, especially youngsters and…

Footpaths in Mysuru are unsafe
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Footpaths in Mysuru are unsafe

Mysuru:  The Mysuru City Corporation (MCC) is relentlessly pursuing the mission of clearing the footpaths from hawkers and eating joints. However, it has completely failed in keeping them clean and fit for pedestrians to walk. Except for a few footpaths in the city, others are in bad shape. If the pedestrians are even a bit…

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