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Listing points I'd like to be taken up at Egipura Ward (No148) Committee meet

Governance
Listing below points that I's like taken up at the Egipura Ward (No 148) Committee meet scheduled for 11AM on 1st Dec, '18:
 
1) Flood mitigation plan: What had been told to us is that a pipe is being laid below the road from near Sony World junction to near Kamal Bakery junction, where the water will be collected

Koramangala 4th block flood mitigation plan

Water
A few weeks back, there was an announcement of the commencement of work on the subject plan, with a pooja, presided over by the BTM layout (under which Assembly constituency, the area falls) MLA, Sri Ramalinga Reddy.
 
The announcement talked about laying of pipelines along the 80 ft road (Google terms it "Srinivagilu main road"), in the vicinit

Cycle to work

Satya, our own bicycle mayor along with Mapunity is working towards building an application as an initiative to increase more number of people cycling to work.

How: Cycle to work

Was is always possible? Yes,

What is new? It will bring out the competitor in you :)

What Type Of City Do We Want?

Unmanageable traffic forever - Is that what we want in our City?

"Experience is the ability to recognize a mistake when you make it again"

 


The proponents for elevated freeways planned to be built, cutting across the city claim the following benefits:

Rail Yatra - Yeshwantpur to Karmelam - August 31 @ 2:30 PM

Commuter Rail

In this game of Ping-Pong between GOK and Railway Ministry, impelmentation of Suburban Rail Project in Bengaluru is almost like winning thousand mutinies. Every inch of progress made so far right from 2010 Round Table Event at CiSTUP is almost like a winning a mutiny and it is almost like a waging war at all times.

Trees and the city..

Infrastructure
It is very understandable that people from our city stand up against every sort of development plans which involves cutting of trees. The  city has witnessed ruthless cutting of trees in the recent years. Be it highways redevelopment, metro works etc have all taken a toll on trees.

Failed PPP's, and finally, a good model

Governance
With government-owned, and thereby incapacitated, "public utilities" (BESCOM, BMTC, BWSSB, etc in Bengaluru) unable to meet the burgeoning and varied demands of the fast-growing urban centres, the way out for managing them very clearly points to PPP's.

Pod Taxi kills a metro route..

Public Transport

The 'new' budget that the CM presented recently has tried to make way for the weird Pod Taxi project which was proposed by the earlier government.The route picked for the conceptual PRT system is starting from Trinity circle(MG rd) and heading towards HAL aiport road.

GCPP assignment - 1

Economy
Question 1
 
Humaradesh, a state in India, has been suffering from political violence (by state as well as non-state actors) for over 50 years.

Metro Ph-1 Integration issues progressing slowly

4 works connecting to B'lore Metro once completed will bring big relief &will increase metro ridership
1. FOB at BMTC Mejestic
2. Extending Platform at Baiyappanhalli for intercity train
3. Skywalk at City station
4. 3rd entry from Gubbi Tontadappa road

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