Vandita Sharma, the chief secretary of Karnataka, issued a directive to clear bottlenecks from 10 major traffic intersections in Bengaluru.
Story so far: The traffic police department has identified the biggest bottlenecks in the city as Silk Board, Iblur, Jayadeva, MM Temple Junction at Tin Factory, Hebbal, Goraguntepalya, Sarakki, KS Layout, Kadubeesanahalli, and Banashankari.
- On arterial, sub-arterial, and ward roads, Sharma also directed the officials to repair potholes.
- She held talks on traffic management with the BBMP, BWSSB, city police and BMRCL.
Additional instructions: The chief secretary also instructed the authorities to begin projects like asphalting 107 city roads, installing street lights in 210 locations, eradicating 33 black spots, clearing construction debris from roads, installing high-mast lights at 330 locations, and removing 427 unscientific road bumps on a war footing.