Bengaluru: 2 Days Exhibition and workshop on building safe roads called “Namma Raste” by BBMP

Namma Raste: Inaugurating a two-day road exhibition and workshop on behalf of BBMP, Tushar Girinath said that citizens, civic organizations, designers, and various educational institutions should actively prepare safe roads.

BBMP’s road safety workshop and exhibition titled “Namma Road” was organized to create safer roads, an initiative aimed at building Brand Bangalore, which focuses on building pedestrian-friendly streets, dedicated cycling lanes, and green spaces as part of the city’s road plan.

Namma Raste

Girinath highlighted the workshop’s objective to foster collaboration among engineers from various companies through a training program. BBMP is committed to enhancing road safety in the city in partnership with the World Resource Organization and other organizations. The success of these efforts depends on the development of fully connected transportation systems and pedestrian infrastructure.

Notably, the conference will consider implementing the best suggestions to create an integrated system for seamless and safe transportation between different modes. However, civic activist Katyayini Chamaraj, who expressed her displeasure over the oversight of street vendors, stressed the need to address the existing footpath issues before introducing new schemes.

In a related announcement, Girinath proposed a plan to introduce ragi Ball and Roti in BBMP Indira canteens by January 26. The new menu will not incur any additional cost to the public, the corporation and the government will share the cost.

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