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Travelling To Bengaluru For The First Time? Here Are The Top Ten Traffic Hotspots In The City

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Image Source: The Hindu

Bengaluru is one of the most preferred destinations for various service sector companies. That being said, there is a huge problem with traffic that occurs on a daily basis. If you are travelling to Bengaluru for the first time, here are the ten traffic hotspots in the city!

  • Hebbal Flyover:

This flyover is a major bottleneck in the northern part of Bengaluru. The traffic is caused by high traffic density and narrow lanes; the flyover constantly faces traffic congestion leading to hours of delay and accidents.


Image Source: Times of India

  • Mahadevapura Outer Ring Road:

The Mahadeva Outer Ring Road sees heavy traffic on a daily basis due to potholes and the ongoing metro construction. Moreover, an IT zone in the area adds to the traffic woes.


Image Source: Hindustan Times

  • Silk Board Junction:

Due to inadequate infrastructure and the high volume of traffic that passes through the Silk Board Junction, issues frequently arise.


Image Source: Bangalore Insider

  • Tin Factory Junction:

This junction is a vital intersection point in Bengaluru. The junction connects Old Madras Road, KR Puram, and the Outer Ring Road. The junction sees high traffic volume as it lacks the infrastructure to handle it. 


Image Source: Bangalore Mirror

  • Mysore Road Junction:

It is a critical intersection point that connects the city centre with the southwestern parts of Bengaluru. Due to inadequate infrastructure and heavy traffic often lead to congestion and delays. 


Image Source: Star of Mysore

  • Marathalli:

The already crowded IT corridor is under more strain as a result of the new vehicles. The majority of the IT hubs are located in Marthahalli, which increases traffic there.


Image Source: Bangalore Mirror

Also Read: Karnataka Chief Minister Siddaramaiah Abandons Zero Traffic Protocol : Becomes The Second Karnataka CM To Do So

  • Whitefield Road:

With many IT parks present in this area, it often sees traffic jams on this road. Many commuters face traffic on a daily basis, and it becomes worse when it rains


Image Source: Bangalore Mirror

  • Sarjapur:

Sarajapur areas see high traffic between 7:30 AM to 10 AM due to various housing societies and tech parks being present here. It takes nearly 40-45 minutes to cover 2 kilometres. 


Image Source: Deccan Herald

  • Mekhri Circle:

The constant traffic congestion at this circle is due to the 4+ lanes that merge into a 1.5 lane. Jayamahal Palace and Sankey Tank Road commuters face constant traffic at this circle. 


Image Source: Times of India

  • KR Puram Hanging Bridge:

It is a crucial point of connection between Old Madras Road and Outer Ring Road. The narrow lanes and high volume of vehicles passing through the bridge often result in accidents and long delays. 


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