Namma Metro connectivity to different parts of the city is welcome. But commuters also need good access and facilities to reach stations from their homes. And that's a drawback, finds a recent study by the Indian Institute of Science. The transportation connectivity around most (existing and upcoming) Metro stations is not fully developed to encourage a shift from private vehicles to the Metro.
For the full text of the report in the ToI, click here.
And, here is the link to the web page with the abstract (one page), report (56 pages)and full report with appendix (116 pages) with individual urls, of the study done by CiSTUP member, Ms Laxmi Nagaraj, guided by Prof T G Sitharam.
I expect Prajagalu will find the study interesting.
A solution perhaps lies in what is stated here.