Can you Imagine Life without Promising Cab Service in Bangalore?

Here is a city that a lot of changes are needed. I expect the first thing is to create taxi lanes and dedicated car pool/bus lanes and create more surface transportation. Limit amount of personal vehicles in the more populated areas at specific times possibly.
A lot can be done now and in future to improve travel in the crowded areas. Even traffic agents to help direct and enforce vehicle code of conduct as it is created. So much to do in that city that can help now and even more so later.

Vikram Roy's Blog

Bangalore is the number one living destination in India for the smart and intelligent people. Here daily life depends on dedication, hard work, and punctuality. Only one problem in the city is the Traffic Jam. Bangalore’s well known public areas like Majestic, Silk Board, Koramangala, Banashankari, Bommanahalli, Electronic City, HAL, etc. are highly crowded during office hours.

This issue can not be solved immediately because the intercity transportation options are very limited. Namma Metro or ‘Our Metro’ project is going on which will take a lot of time to cover up the entire city under the metro rail service. Indian metro cities like Mumbai, Chennai, Kolkata, Delhi, have multiple intercity transportation options. In different cities, Public Transportation, Metro Rail, Intercity Railway, Tram, and Ferry Boats are popular services. Especially in Kolkata all five transportation options are very popular. But Bangalore is totally depending on diesel, gas and petroleum vehicles. Here people can miss out a university…

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