Shantala Nagar General KS Thimayya Road, Shanthala Nagar, Richmond Town, Bengaluru, Karnataka 560025, India
This is really shameful - for months Kingstone Road is in a mess - the pot hole is getting bigger and being filled with rubble and stones that is making it worse. Someone has even de-faced the sign Kingstone Road - scratched out the King so that it is just Stone Road - which it is !
There is zero use in complainin - the President of our RWA has been informed about 9 months ago and he has taken it up with the Councillor but nothing ever happens in Shantala Nagar - I go on complaining write letters, get signatures for road fixing, footpath repair but response is a big zero
Am tired of complaining and frustrated that as a tax paying citizen of Bangalore I am unable to find a decent road or footpath to walk on.
The MLAs, Councillors , BBMP, should all hang their heads in shame.
A Narayanapura 69, 3rd Cross Road, Bangalore Corporation Industrial Estate, Mahadevapura, Bengaluru, Karnataka 560016, India
Tin Factory foot-bridge is a pretty busy place, especially early morning when people may be arriving to Bangalore from
long distances. At this time of the day, many people, hold and lug their luggage up and down the Tin Factory foot-bridge.
I had heard some "Elevated Pedestrian Walkways" in Bangalore will have escalators.
1) Consider upgrading Tin Factory foot-bridge ("Elevated Pedestrian Walkways") to be one with an escalator, or travellator.
2) In case an escalator/travellator is not being provided, please consider converting half of the existing staircase to a
ramp (or building a new foot walkway with a ramp)
1) Ease for users
b) Ease for users (assuming they will come with wheelable luggage).
Dodda Nekkundi 7, Chinnapanahalli Main Road, Ward Number 85, Dodda Nekkundi Extension, Kartik Nagar, Bengaluru, Karnataka 560037, India
The roads in entire Chinnapanahalli are mud roads, with endless stones, garbage and debris. The recent manhole installation has made it worse, as they were not placed properly and are huge bumps in the road. It is a nightmare to walk or drive on these roads and families with children have a huge ordeal navigating these roads every day.
Benniganahalli Lake seems to have been broken up in two: A North division (about 1/4 area), and a South division (about 3/4 th area), due to the rail tracks. The North division of the lake is pretty off-limits to most people, except for those who go there to defecate. The south division of the lake is fenced in. However, there are breaches in the fence, through which people go, cross the rail-road tracks, to get to the North division. I have made suggestions that authorities/Toilet and Lake NGO's etc. (enable) build and maintain of toilets, so the defecation in open issue is removed from the North side of Benniganahalli Lake.
1. Build and maintain pay and use toilets on developed South Division of Beniganahalli Lake
2. If it does not exist, build a fencing around lakeshore of North division of Beniganahalli Lake (as there appear to be railroad tracks on all three sides)
3. Build a pedestrian skybridge over the rail-road tracks connecting North division with South division. This will help with development of the North division, and enlarge the walking trail/lakeshore park area
4. Repair breaches in fencing (north side) along the rail-road tracks, on the south division of Beniganahalli Lake
Of course, the issue of lack for fresh water coming into Lake Benniganahalli/only sewage coming in/lake drying up, obviously needs to be addressed as well.
Both North division and South division of Beniganahalli Lake are developed and enjoyed by the public.
Maybe a Lake Saving NGO, Corporate SR, work together with BBMP to develop and maintain the north division of the lake, and this proposed footbridge?
Note: Also see complaint/suggestion to convert green garden visible from road (presently hiding Benniganahalli Lake decay problem) to parking lot for Lake visitors. Suggestions mentioned there may need to be done first.
The residents of Cooke Town/Frazer Town - Especially on Lazar Road and Hutchins Road - are being subjected to SEVERE noise pollution due to loudspeakers being blasted every now and again near the temple(s), the slum complex, and the small church on Lazar Road. As just one example, the noise this evening has been unbearable despite repeated complaints to the Pulikeshinagar police over nearly 2 hours now. It is criminal that a few individuals are being permitted to so negatively impact the peace, quality of life and, even worse, the health and wellbeing of the other residents in the area. I request the concerned authorities to kindly take note and prevent loudspeakers from being used at any time of day in residential areas. Please help protect our fundamental right to a decent quality of life!
A Narayanapura Benniganahalli Flyover, Krishna Reddy Industrial Estate, Dooravani Nagar, Bengaluru, Karnataka 560016, India
Under the off-ramp (1) where outer ring road merges with old madras road, from OMR, a garden is visible next to the side of the road (2). The garden is a facade. Under the ORR Off-ramp is plenty of debris (3). There is also a portion where sand trucks (4) are parked. The ORR off-ramp, the sand trucks, the visible garden, the dumped construction material, all hide all signs of Benniganahalli Lake behind, to the North. The existence and problem of a decaying lake is hidden by these four items (numbered 1,2,3 and 4 above). There is only a narrow stair-case leading up to South division of Benniganahalli Lake. There are no signs to anyone on the road indicating that there is Benniganahalli Lake, and a walking trail/lakeshore park out here.
1. Request authorities convert this garden visible from the road to a parking lot meant exclusively for VISITORS to BENNIGANAHALLI LAKE and walking trail/lakeshore park.
2. Signs be put up advertising BENNIGANAHALLI LAKE and walking trail/lakeshore park (maybe the Lake Preservation NGO / Area Residents / CSRs can do this) and
3. Pay and use toilets be constructed and maintained here
1. Parking exclusively for VISITORS to BENNIGANAHALLI LAKE and walking trail/lakeshore park means vehicles won't be parked on the road.
2. Signs will encourage people to visit Benniganahalli Lake and park. BENNIGANAHALLI LAKE (its state of decay) and walking trail/lakeshore park will no longer be a secret/hidden.
3. Toilets will
a) enable people in settlements relieve themselves in private and take away excuse of defecating in the open (tied to North division of the lake)
b) be useful for visitors to the lake/walking trail/lake-shore park, and also for
c) travellers on OMR / busy Tin Factory area
Note: The median, which is barren now, under flyover opposite this green belt (-> proposed parking lot) area could instead be converted to a garden (having shade loving plants)
This is the North section of Benniganahalli Lake (the lake is divided by railway tracks. The south section of the lake is fenced in. The north section of the lake is reachable going through the breach in the fence, and crossing the railway tracks). Around 7 a.m. on a saturday morning, I noticed many men, from settlements on the south side, travelling there with bottles of water. Apparently the area around the north section of the lake is used for open defecation.
Construct and maintain toilets so people do not defecate in the open. Propose toilets be constructed on the South side of the lake (to develop the walking trail and park that is there.)
Would like Toilet focused NGOs, Lake preservation NGOs, Corporate Social Responsibility/ neighbour-hood Residential folks work with people (who defecate in open) living in these settlements to work together to come to a solution.
* Non pollution of our environment.
* Doing our part to lower India's position as worlds' #1 open defecation country
* Facilities for the people living in the settlements
* Reclaim North division of Benniganhalli Lake, so it is possible to walk there also
* Less human waste will make it easier to work on addressing the issue of the decaying/drying up of North division of Benniganahalli Lake
Also see separate complaints on
1) Creating foot-bridge to connect the south division with north division of benniganahalli lake (yet to create complaint)
2) Decaying of benniganahalli lake (usually refers to south division)
Our Apartment "Aryan Towers" is on V. Naganahalli main road. Before a BBMP lady used to collect daily. We used to pay her Rs1200 and doesnot had any problem. But from last 2 months the garbage contractor has told her not to collect from Apartments, as the Garbage truck will collect it. They do not collect on daily basis and take Rs1500. This is big problem for us is the lady whose is doing the work properly, BBMP contractors are not allowing her to do neither they are doing it.
Vijnanapura Gurumurthy Reddy Layout, Bangalore, Karnataka, India
Request to the residents & shoppers not to litter the road & pedestrian pathway near Shakthi mansion on Ram-murtinagar road. Pls segregate the garbage in home & avoid throwing plastic outside.
Can municipal authorities provide proper garbage bins for collection?
Similar issue in Gurumurthi reddy layout, near 1st cross, residents are throwing & burning plastic waste every week which is really intolerable.Can authorities pay attention & provide proper garbage collection facility pls?
A length of iron pipe is found protruding out from the ground, could be the remains of a transformer/electrical-unit located there earlier. This pipe poses a threat to the unsuspecting pedestrians especially kids and elderly. There is a chance of tripping or getting a nasty gash on the foot/toe. Since it is one of the busiest roads of Koramangala, the footpath is often crowded and this makes the pipe hard to notice.
I believe this is a serious issue than perhaps garbage on the footpath and I request you to do the needful asap.
Hagadur Borewell Road, Whitefield, Bangalore, Karnataka, India
There is a long stretch of Open Ditches on the side of the road between Casa Gopalan Apartments and Chaithanya Swojas all the way up to the lake. This is a serious breeding place for Dengue Mosquitoes, in addition to unsanitary issue for people walking on the road and living in these communities. Please close these ditches urgently
Huge stray dog troubling all people moving on the road.
Location: BTM Layout 1st stage, 8th Main, couple of houses next to shine motors.
The dog will be around the under construction house.
Details of the dog - huge fat brown color dog.
Jakkuru 27/28, Bagalur Main Road, Munneshwara Block, Kattigenahalli, Bengaluru, Karnataka 560063, India
Sir In our 5 th main cross there are five light poles are but on 2-3 poles personnel lights are fitted on remaining poles there is no light Which has caused 2-3 incidents of vehicle collision and it becomes very difficult to move around in night .it is requested from all the residents of our cross to install lights on remaining poles
Address 5 main cross sivapura kattenghellai Baglur cross yelhanka. 560063