Bangalore Metropolitan Transport Corporation [BMTC] — improper stopping of buses at udupi garden junction by bmtc drivers and not at the bus stop 30m ahead
Udaipur Garden Junction Stop BTM, Bangalore South, Karnataka, India
TiTilak Rao on Jul 11, 2019
Bmtc drivers have always been stopping short of the udipi garden junction, btm, close to the traffic signal, and not at the allocated bus stop. With the ongoing metro work and bust stop having been moved closer to the junction, the bmtc drivers continue to stop close to the traffic signal and not at the bus stop. This has led to choking at the junction by the buses 600 series, 500 series 201 series, 24/25 series heading to jayadeva.in addition, passengers embarking and disembarking crowd the junction. This has led to piling up of bmtc busses soon after the signal heading into btm water tank and creating severe traffic jams, with no place for vehicles to move. This has also caused serious delays for ambulances heading to jayadev hospital.
It is quite shameful that now, traffic police is telling bmtc drivers to stop at the bus stop. A wasteful utilization if public resource, when simply the drivers could come 50ft ahead and stop at the designated bus stop.
By stopping at the bus stop, the traffic jam could reduce, passengers will come up to the bus stop and the traffic police could be deployed for better work.
Request bmtc senior leadership to depute some staff to monitor and educate the drivers to stop at the bus stop, and avoid accidents leading to loss of lives.
[Jul 11, 2019] Bangalore Metropolitan Transport Corporation [BMTC] customer support has been notified about the posted complaint.
Verified SupportBangalore Metropolitan Transport Corporation [BMTC] Customer Care's response, Jul 12, 2019
BMTC Regrets the inconvenience caused your complaint has been registered and forwarded to sarathy department to depute sarathy patrol squard and to take action in this regard.
Verified SupportBangalore Metropolitan Transport Corporation [BMTC] Customer Care's response, Jul 18, 2019
This is your Docket no. BMTCC10232377, for your reference.
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