A former dump yard is being converted into the city’s second food street.
Story so far: Soon, Bengalureans will have a new official food street to haunt. A 500-meter stretch near Seshadripuram College in Yelahanka new town area will become the city’s second official food street.
- The project cost ₹3 crore. The authorities constructed roadside shops, beautified the roads, and designed sitting areas.
- The food street will have LED lights, variously designed grills, and granite stones.
Why it matters? The stretch used to be a dump yard, but the Bruhat Bengaluru Mahanagara Palike (BBMP) has successfully transformed it. In some months, eatery owners can set up shop there.