INDORE: Partially dug up roads, construction material and debris piled up along the road apart from the painfully slow construction work of Bus Rapid Transit System (BRTS) corridors and encroachment has turned driving into a painful exercise for most Indoreans. LIG crossing, an important junction where several roads intersect each other is another nightmare for the motorists.
Dug up road, debris piled along road side and absence of proper demarcation of construction area are inviting accidents. "Since January this year nine people, including three engineering students, have died in accidents between Palasia to Orbit Mall," said Praful Joshi of Save Life Cycle adding that accidents will continue on this section of road due to rash driving and poor safety measures. Read more
Source : timesofindia.indiatimes.com