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News Entry# 286919
Nov 27 2016 (11:26)  Traffic diversions adding to woes (
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The 7-km-long one-way loop in Whitefield is adding to commuter woes, say those who travel from Hoodi station to their offices. “The one-way loop was done two years ago when Hoodi station was not functional. But the situation on ground and traffic flow patterns have changed now. There is no right turn at Hoodi junction towards ITPL, which forces us to take a long detour of over 3 km on roads with bumper-to-bumper traffic during peak hours. What we need is a review of traffic diversions in the area,” said Praveen Venkataramu, who uses Hoodi railway station every day.
Abhishek Goyal, Deputy Commissioner of Police (Traffic-East), said he would review the traffic flow patterns in the area and take a call. “The
one-way was introduced to streamline the traffic in the area and it will be difficult to authorise a right turn at Hoodi, but we will review it,” he added.
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