Monday, July 27, 2009

Reissuing Ulsoor Road going to pot again

Reissuing Ulsoor Road going to pot again

Staff Reporter
BANGALORE: Those who travel through Ulsoor Road frequently say that they are yet to see any change despite all the work that civic agencies claim to be doing on the issue of potholes. This road, parallel to MG Road, which is a connecting road between Dickenson Road has two-way traffic that slows down every now and then because of its potholes.

Not just potholes, both the sides of Ulsoor Road are water-logged even when it is not raining. “If a pipe has busted, then it should be looked into immediately,” says a commuter. “It seems that there are always people on the road trying to repair it, but the condition is the same in a few days’ time,” she says.

Even a light spell of rain seems to unleash a number of problems on the road. While the slowing down of traffic is not something that someone can repair, a case of burst or damaged pipes can certainly be remedied permanently by the Bangalore Water Supply and Sewage Board (BWSSB). Officials from the board said that they would “look into the situation immediately.”


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