Potholes(Search results - 82)
India25, Sep 2019, 6:30 PM IST
Residents use tyres to cover caved-in roads that were part of Karnataka chief minister’s rounds
As BWSSB dug up repaired roads in Horamavu a day after chief minister BS Yediyurappa did his rounds in Bengaluru, it caved in a few days ago following the rains. To avoid motorists getting stuck and to avert a tragedy, residents have used old tyres to cover potholes.
LIFESTYLE28, Aug 2019, 1:52 PM IST
Bengaluru Speaks: Here is one big solution for potholes
With most roads in the city dotted with potholes, Bengalureans are suffering during their travel from place to another. What can be the one big solution for potholes in the city?
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
NEWS2, Jul 2019, 7:11 PM IST
HC: Bengaluru: BBMP instructed to show progress in roadworks in one week
Following a Public Interest Litigation (PIL) filed in 2015 in relation to the condition of roads, the court began monitoring action taken by the BBMP for making roads free of potholes, in June 2018
NEWS3, May 2019, 6:08 PM IST
From corruption cases against Siddaramaiah to traffic cops fixing potholes, watch Bengaluru Night Cap
Activists demand justice as Lokayukta fails to act against Siddaramaiah with respect to the corruption cases. Traffic policemen fix 140 potholes, 15 waterlogged areas in Bengaluru. All this and more on Bengaluru Night Cap.
NEWS3, May 2019, 3:00 PM IST
Traffic policemen fix 140 potholes, 15 waterlogged areas in Bengaluru
Policemen identified flood-prone areas and potholes across several spots and set out to fix them. By Thursday, cops were able to fix 140 potholes and 15 waterlogged areas in Bengaluru
Karnataka24, Sep 2018, 7:01 PM IST
Bengaluru municipality says only 300 potholes left to be filled, but reality seems otherwise
Fillings in the potholes have been washed away in rain, making it impossible for the BBMP to comply with the direction of the court.
SOUTH24, Jul 2018, 7:14 PM IST
Karnataka Deputy CM downplays Bengaluru's pothole menace, says only 940 remaining while activist pegs it at 8,000
Taking a dig at Karnataka Deputy CM Dr G Parameshwara's claims of clearing 14,299 potholes out of 15,000 doting Bengaluru's streets and only 940 such potholes remaining, activist and BJP spokesperson NR Ramesh said that Bengaluru has over 8,000 such potholes and authorities have misled Dr Parameshwar on the burning civic apathy.
Recently on July 18, Dr Parameshwar, who also happens to be the Bengaluru Development In-Charge Minister, claimed that out of 15,000 plus identified potholes that cause inconvenience to the public, over 14,000 potholes were covered on a war footing. And now only 940 such potholes remain which the minister said will be cleared soon.
However, activist Ramesh, who claims to have done a reality check in areas like Chamrajpet, Chikpet, Shivajinagar, Gandhinagar and Shanthinagar assembly segments, said that he found more than 1000 such potholes existing. He said that there are over 8000 potholes in Bengaluru.
During Siddaramaiah's tenure as CM, Rs 1,400 crores were released to develop Bengaluru roads. According to reports, Rs 16.88 crores alone was spent on potholes and remaining Rs 1,222 crores was given to road contractors for development works. Ramesh claimed that these works are of substandard quality and hence each time the potholes are cleared, it develops again with light rains. "I urge that all these contractors should be blacklisted a case should be booked against them," said Ramesh.
8, May 2018, 6:16 PM IST
Congress uses money or lies, both will not work: BJP MP Rajeev Chandrasekhar
As BJP releases its Bengaluru manifesto, MP Rajeev Chandrasekhar speaks against Congress' goondaism and more