Bengaluru Traffic(Search results - 117)
India15, Oct 2019, 5:10 PM IST
Twitterati watches on with laughter as #BengaluruTraffic comes to halt
People discuss Bengaluru traffic on Twitter, make it a trending topic. From being a people's problem to political issue, here is how Bengaluru traffic has affected the people of the city.
NEWS9, Sep 2019, 3:42 PM IST
Bengaluru traffic cops collect over Rs 70 lakh as fines in 6 days
Rs 72.49 lakh! That is the amount the Bengaluru cops have collected as fine from September 4 to September 9.
LIFESTYLE7, Sep 2019, 1:05 PM IST
Bengaluru Speaks: Is it necessary to own a vehicle in the city?
Most of us wish to own a vehicle. But just think about the traffic, bad roads, pollution in the city. Do you still wish to own a vehicle in the city? Watch Asianet Newsable's Bengaluru Speaks.
NEWS6, Sep 2019, 11:08 AM IST
Bengaluru traffic cops book 2978 cases, collect Rs 30 lakh as fine in just 2 days
From September 3 to 5, the Bengaluru traffic cops collected a fine of Rs 30,11400 after booking 2978 cases
NEWS14, Aug 2019, 10:16 AM IST
Bengaluru traffic diversion, parking spaces: City gears up for Independence Day
With Independence Day being just over 20 hours away, Bengaluru has some important traffic diversions to note, owing to security arrangements. Flag hoisting and inauguration of the parade and cultural activities will be done by Chief Minister B S Yediyurappa at 9am on August 15 at Manekshaw Parade Ground.
NEWS9, Aug 2019, 2:39 PM IST
Bengaluru’s solar-powered traffic lights go kaput due to cloudy weather
Solar-powered traffic lights in Bengaluru, Karnataka went kaput in the last 3-4 days, leading to unregulated voluminous traffic building up on roads.
NEWS5, Aug 2019, 12:41 PM IST
PubliCity: Travel time in BMTC buses to get longer due to plethora of problems
The BMTC buses have lost a whopping 12 kilometres of travel time daily in the last few years. The authorities say the buses that use to cover 214 kilometres are now covering only 202 kilometres. Due to bad roads, potholes, unplanned infrastructure and new vehicles, the travel time in BMTC will take much longer to reach a destination
NEWS29, Jul 2019, 6:08 PM IST
Record: Bengaluru Traffic Police book 1,169 people for drunk driving in just 3 hours
Bengaluru Traffic Police (BTP) booked as many as 1,169 people for drunk driving in Bengaluru on Saturday (July 27) in a span of just three hours. This is the highest number of cases booked in a single night in Bengaluru
NEWS14, Jul 2019, 2:57 PM IST
Bengaluru Traffic Police spread awareness on revised fine amounts, hand over pamphlets
Traffic policemen have been deployed at the entry and exit points of roads and at junctions to handover pamphlets with a message to follow traffic rules
NEWS24, Jun 2019, 2:03 PM IST
Bengaluru Traffic Police report: 341 pedestrian infrastructure interventions needed to ensure safety
Bengaluru Traffic Police have suggested measures that should be taken to eliminate the black spots identified in the city. This will have to be done with the help of agencies like the Bruhat Bengaluru Mahanagara Palike, Bengaluru Electricity Supply Company and Bengaluru Metropolitan Transport Corporation.
NEWS3, Jun 2019, 2:46 PM IST
Thunderstorm, heavy rains uproot 35 trees, damage 36 electric poles; power supply disrupted
Heavy rain along with thunder and squalls lashed Bengaluru city on Sunday (June 3) evening. Due to squalls, 35 trees were uprooted, 36 electric poles damaged, water logging was reported in most of the roads and there was power disruption in various regions in the city.
NEWS30, May 2019, 8:11 PM IST
Bengaluru Night Cap: From Nikhil Kumaraswamy's reaction to Traffic Police’s special teams
From Nikhil Kumaraswamy's first reaction after his defeat to Northeast techie harassed over the phone to provide call girl services, here are the top 5 headlines from the city with Bengaluru Night Cap.
NEWS30, May 2019, 3:02 PM IST
Bengaluru City Traffic Police form 44 special teams to handle traffic jams, uprooting of trees, during rains
The teams have been formed at each police level and will be well-equipped to ease the traffic movement and clear fallen trees on roads. 12 flooding-prone areas have also been identified and measures taken up to control flooding in these areas.
NEWS28, May 2019, 2:59 PM IST
Bengaluru Traffic Police book 7.4 lakh motorists for violating helmet rule
7.4 lakh motorists have been booked for not following the mandatory helmet rule. City Traffic Police commissioner, P Harishekaran said, Bengaluru Traffic Police will intensify the drive in cracking the whip against two-wheeler motorists who violate the helmet rule