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  • Green
    Hsr Layout
    13 Jun, 08:35 am
    Right now 0835 hrs 13 June 2018 Full Jam @ Somasandrapalya, HSR Layout. starting from 27th Main till Somasandrapalya circle. It has become everyday affair since the day one way has been implemented.
  • Green
    Bannerghatta Road
    13 Jun, 08:26 am
    The traffic on Bannerghatta road( after Meenakshi mall till start of Nice road) is very poorly managed around 8am. It is taking more than half hour to cover this stretch. Kindly look into this asap.
  • Green
    Nice Road
    13 Jun, 08:26 am
    The traffic on Bannerghatta road( after Meenakshi mall till start of Nice road) is very poorly managed around 8am. It is taking more than half hour to cover this stretch. Kindly look into this asap.
  • Green
    Church Road
    12 Jun, 01:01 pm
    Bengaluru Traffic Police, Yesterday, 5:05 pm, busy St. John's Church rd., nearing the signal nr. Coles Park. We see this sight. Caused serious traffic congestion. Action required from your end, Sir.
  • Green
    Varanasi
    11 Jun, 01:57 pm
    On the agara flyover, during peak hours traffic is stopped by traffic policemen .... today there were 3 fully granite stone loaded tipper lorries behind each on the right most lane and the flyover was swaying ... why such an unscientific approach of stopping vehicles on the flyover .. are u waiting for a disaster to happen like flyover collapse in Varanasi and then react ... where is the world can u see traffic stopped on the flyover ... why build a flyover if u want to stop traffic on it ... very poor traffic management ... please take citizens safety with utmost priority ...
  • Green
    K R Puram
    11 Jun, 09:47 am
    Buses stop in MIDDLE of road only in K R Puram. Full traffic jam. Today it took ONE hour to cross K R Puram. Nobody cares
  • Green
    Kudlu
    11 Jun, 09:08 am
    Sir, Today Harlur, silver county road and Kudlu area complete traffic chaos, maybe still that is the condition. No traffic police saw in those regions. Auto drivers have seen controlling the traffic. Nearly 1 km in all area saw the traffic jam. Please please please do the needful. I see heavy vehicles and JCB are the main culprits to cause the jam, so if from 7;30am to 10;30am these heavy vehicles are not allowed in this area then the problem may be solved. And very important is having traffic police in these regions in these peak hours. Nowadays it is a daily routine.
  • Green
    Jail Road
    11 Jun, 08:24 am
    Heavy traffic jam on jail road... Till hota road
  • Green
    Whitefield
    11 Jun, 08:14 am
    (Thubrahalli Junction issue)If we drive from Whitefield to Kundahalli, there is a person work at Thubrahalli junction who always screw up the WFD-KUNDANAHHALLI road as he always clear the inner road by just stopping the main road. Same junction, if you see other direction traffic(thubrahalli to WFD) then we see very less traffic at that same point as well towards Kundahalli. So, please appoint some unbiased police cop or a single even who can give more preference to the main road as there are more traffic compared to inner road. Daily that person waste 30 mins
  • Green
    Kundalahalli
    11 Jun, 08:14 am
    (Thubrahalli Junction issue)If we drive from Whitefield to Kundahalli, there is a person work at Thubrahalli junction who always screw up the WFD-KUNDANAHHALLI road as he always clear the inner road by just stopping the main road. Same junction, if you see other direction traffic(thubrahalli to WFD) then we see very less traffic at that same point as well towards Kundahalli. So, please appoint some unbiased police cop or a single even who can give more preference to the main road as there are more traffic compared to inner road. Daily that person waste 30 mins
  • Green
    Whitefield
    10 Jun, 10:41 am
    Sir I will bring out two points to your notice and need your help to correct the same Everyday i drive from Whitefield main to hop farm signal and i found big trucks and concrete mixers are running on road which create heavy traffic in morning hours Can you stop heavy vehicles movements during school and office hours and let them travel from 11am to 4 pm or in night. Second point pls insure all BMTC buses stop only at their stop not at signal i m seeing everyday bus stop at signal which create issue as signal we get stuck. Pls instruct traffic police at signal not to allow the bus to stop at hop farm signal
  • Green
    Mosque Road
    09 Jun, 08:34 pm
    @CPBlr @AddlCPTraffic @DCPTrEastBCP @ACP_TrafficEast @FtownTraffic @blrcitytraffic mosque rd MM rd has become a nightmare to travel on total inefficient management of traffic it’s totally jammed plz regulate
  • Green
    Mm Road
    09 Jun, 08:34 pm
    @CPBlr @AddlCPTraffic @DCPTrEastBCP @ACP_TrafficEast @FtownTraffic @blrcitytraffic mosque rd MM rd has become a nightmare to travel on total inefficient management of traffic it’s totally jammed plz regulate
  • Green
    Nearest Station
    09 Jun, 04:47 pm
    Bengaluru Traffic Police, I am highly disappointed after a terrible experience last week when my car was hit by a Tata Nexon vehicle from behind which was being driven by a heavily drunk person in a red signal at around 8:20 PM on 6th of June. Here is the sequence of events that took place: 1. I get hit and get down to find that the driver of the white number plate vehicle is so drunk that he could hardly talk. I blocked his car and told him to get down but he didn't and kept driving. I kept blocking his car until the next signal. When I saw a traffic police officer, I went there to talk to him, in the meanwhile the offender managed to take a U turn and escaped. I kept telling the officer to stop him much before and that he was drunk, but his response was too slow. I found him incapable and untrained to respond to an emergency situation. However, he did try to contact the officers at the previous signal where the vehicle would pass through, but then the other officer's voice was broken and to my surprise he said that his walkie talkie battery is low and he can't hear anything. This was quite a surprise for me to know that officers won't be able to respond to an emergency due to low battery! I even informed the traffic control room helpline with the vehicle details, but they were not able to trace the vehicle. Please upgrade your devices or make necessary arrangements to ensure that you guys are better connected to handle such situations. It's such a shame to that you guys are lagging so much behind in this age of technology!! 2. So, this police officer tells me to go 4 KMs back to Adugodi traffic police station and that this incident can't be reported to the nearest station since the incident happened at the previous signal. I reached Adugodi Traffic Police station around 9:20 PM and was quite shocked to see the state it is in! It is on the first floor of what seemed like an abandoned third class commercial complex. Even the board was kept aside on the ground floor. Even worse, when I went inside the entire station was had nobody except a clerical guy without any kind of uniform who was typing something and after calling him out thrice he tells me to sit down even without looking at me. When I asked him that where should I complain, he said go to the opposite room. I went to the opposite room and all the rooms in the opposite side were locked and had no lights on. I came back and told him I found nobody, then he calls up somebody and says the concerned person will be here in 5 mins. My question here is, why is the entire station empty and nobody is available?? Is this how it's supposed to be? 3. Next comes our superstar of the movie Mr. Munithimmaiah, who is supposedly the duty officer, which was hard for me to know since he had no uniform on. He had a very casual and careless attitude towards me and was least bothered to listen to me much. When I asked him that I want to register the complaint, he said please come tomorrow and we will register the case. I insisted why it's tomorrow and I want it rather right now, then he gives me a blank paper and asks me to write my complaint. I asked him to give me a pen and he says "Sir I have only red pen, no blue pen"!! I asked him is there no blue pen in the entire office? and isn't the govt. providing them enough from the heavy taxes we all are paying? and he says no there isn't any since the govt is not giving them any accessories and pens in the office and there is a shop below and I can buy from there. He even asked me where I am actually from to which I said why or how does that matter and left to get the pen from my car instead. I came back with the pen and started writing my complaint.Then another person comes in and he had to sign into some paper for which Mr. Munithimmaiah shamelessly smiles and asks me to give him my pen. I smiled and gave it to him. He then tells me to come tomorrow morning and that they will do the needful and I left and reached home at 11:30. My question here is, why are your officers not in uniform while on duty?? Why are they so lazy and reluctant in helping people??? Imagine somebody with a human injury or loss coming to the station and being treated that way, and I am pretty sure that's already happening!! 4. The next day morning I went to the station and there was another officer who was thankfully much better behaved, He retrieved the number of the offender and asked him to come to the station. He suggested me to visit back at 2 PM. I went back to the station at 2PM and found the guy who hit my car present. Mr. Munithimmaiah had made his comeback at the station too meanwhile. Now, to my surprise or luck, the offender seemed much more courteous and cooperative than the police was and admitted that he was indeed drunk and also did a blunder and that he was very scared due to which he escaped the previous night. After few back and forth discussions we settled the matter. Mr. Munithimmaiah asked me to update my complaint letter saying that the matter is settled and I am not proceeding further which I wrote. Then he asks me for the copy of my DL and Vehicle registration card. I said, I don't have a copy and that I can email the scans of those right away. In return, he answers me that there is no email system or facility here and I should carry the copies of such documents always while coming to traffic police station. He seemed deliberate about making such statements as he was telling his colleague in Kannada about me interrogating him too much last night. I asked him is there no email or bluetooth option inspite of so many computers and mobiles in his office. He says the mobiles are personal and govt hasn't given internet in the computers. FInally, I went down and got the copies done from a xerox shop and handed it over. My question is, why there's no provision for people to transfer documents over email or bluetooth?? Are you still living a decade behind?? Please open your eyes and see where the world is going. Being a traffic police system of a high tech city like Bengaluru you should be ashamed of having such inefficient, filthy, sad and backdated infrastructure. In the end the station officers had an attitude as if they did a big favor on me by contacting the offender and getting him at the station, which is actually a bare minimum part of their job. I see multiple officers standing in signals catching bikers etc to fill their pockets throughout the day, but nobody is even present in the traffic police station! Shame on you Bengaluru Traffic Police!!
  • Green
    Entire Station
    09 Jun, 04:47 pm
    Bengaluru Traffic Police, I am highly disappointed after a terrible experience last week when my car was hit by a Tata Nexon vehicle from behind which was being driven by a heavily drunk person in a red signal at around 8:20 PM on 6th of June. Here is the sequence of events that took place: 1. I get hit and get down to find that the driver of the white number plate vehicle is so drunk that he could hardly talk. I blocked his car and told him to get down but he didn't and kept driving. I kept blocking his car until the next signal. When I saw a traffic police officer, I went there to talk to him, in the meanwhile the offender managed to take a U turn and escaped. I kept telling the officer to stop him much before and that he was drunk, but his response was too slow. I found him incapable and untrained to respond to an emergency situation. However, he did try to contact the officers at the previous signal where the vehicle would pass through, but then the other officer's voice was broken and to my surprise he said that his walkie talkie battery is low and he can't hear anything. This was quite a surprise for me to know that officers won't be able to respond to an emergency due to low battery! I even informed the traffic control room helpline with the vehicle details, but they were not able to trace the vehicle. Please upgrade your devices or make necessary arrangements to ensure that you guys are better connected to handle such situations. It's such a shame to that you guys are lagging so much behind in this age of technology!! 2. So, this police officer tells me to go 4 KMs back to Adugodi traffic police station and that this incident can't be reported to the nearest station since the incident happened at the previous signal. I reached Adugodi Traffic Police station around 9:20 PM and was quite shocked to see the state it is in! It is on the first floor of what seemed like an abandoned third class commercial complex. Even the board was kept aside on the ground floor. Even worse, when I went inside the entire station was had nobody except a clerical guy without any kind of uniform who was typing something and after calling him out thrice he tells me to sit down even without looking at me. When I asked him that where should I complain, he said go to the opposite room. I went to the opposite room and all the rooms in the opposite side were locked and had no lights on. I came back and told him I found nobody, then he calls up somebody and says the concerned person will be here in 5 mins. My question here is, why is the entire station empty and nobody is available?? Is this how it's supposed to be? 3. Next comes our superstar of the movie Mr. Munithimmaiah, who is supposedly the duty officer, which was hard for me to know since he had no uniform on. He had a very casual and careless attitude towards me and was least bothered to listen to me much. When I asked him that I want to register the complaint, he said please come tomorrow and we will register the case. I insisted why it's tomorrow and I want it rather right now, then he gives me a blank paper and asks me to write my complaint. I asked him to give me a pen and he says "Sir I have only red pen, no blue pen"!! I asked him is there no blue pen in the entire office? and isn't the govt. providing them enough from the heavy taxes we all are paying? and he says no there isn't any since the govt is not giving them any accessories and pens in the office and there is a shop below and I can buy from there. He even asked me where I am actually from to which I said why or how does that matter and left to get the pen from my car instead. I came back with the pen and started writing my complaint.Then another person comes in and he had to sign into some paper for which Mr. Munithimmaiah shamelessly smiles and asks me to give him my pen. I smiled and gave it to him. He then tells me to come tomorrow morning and that they will do the needful and I left and reached home at 11:30. My question here is, why are your officers not in uniform while on duty?? Why are they so lazy and reluctant in helping people??? Imagine somebody with a human injury or loss coming to the station and being treated that way, and I am pretty sure that's already happening!! 4. The next day morning I went to the station and there was another officer who was thankfully much better behaved, He retrieved the number of the offender and asked him to come to the station. He suggested me to visit back at 2 PM. I went back to the station at 2PM and found the guy who hit my car present. Mr. Munithimmaiah had made his comeback at the station too meanwhile. Now, to my surprise or luck, the offender seemed much more courteous and cooperative than the police was and admitted that he was indeed drunk and also did a blunder and that he was very scared due to which he escaped the previous night. After few back and forth discussions we settled the matter. Mr. Munithimmaiah asked me to update my complaint letter saying that the matter is settled and I am not proceeding further which I wrote. Then he asks me for the copy of my DL and Vehicle registration card. I said, I don't have a copy and that I can email the scans of those right away. In return, he answers me that there is no email system or facility here and I should carry the copies of such documents always while coming to traffic police station. He seemed deliberate about making such statements as he was telling his colleague in Kannada about me interrogating him too much last night. I asked him is there no email or bluetooth option inspite of so many computers and mobiles in his office. He says the mobiles are personal and govt hasn't given internet in the computers. FInally, I went down and got the copies done from a xerox shop and handed it over. My question is, why there's no provision for people to transfer documents over email or bluetooth?? Are you still living a decade behind?? Please open your eyes and see where the world is going. Being a traffic police system of a high tech city like Bengaluru you should be ashamed of having such inefficient, filthy, sad and backdated infrastructure. In the end the station officers had an attitude as if they did a big favor on me by contacting the offender and getting him at the station, which is actually a bare minimum part of their job. I see multiple officers standing in signals catching bikers etc to fill their pockets throughout the day, but nobody is even present in the traffic police station! Shame on you Bengaluru Traffic Police!!
  • Green
    Entire Station
    09 Jun, 04:47 pm
    Bengaluru Traffic Police, I am highly disappointed after a terrible experience last week when my car was hit by a Tata Nexon vehicle from behind which was being driven by a heavily drunk person in a red signal at around 8:20 PM on 6th of June. Here is the sequence of events that took place: 1. I get hit and get down to find that the driver of the white number plate vehicle is so drunk that he could hardly talk. I blocked his car and told him to get down but he didn't and kept driving. I kept blocking his car until the next signal. When I saw a traffic police officer, I went there to talk to him, in the meanwhile the offender managed to take a U turn and escaped. I kept telling the officer to stop him much before and that he was drunk, but his response was too slow. I found him incapable and untrained to respond to an emergency situation. However, he did try to contact the officers at the previous signal where the vehicle would pass through, but then the other officer's voice was broken and to my surprise he said that his walkie talkie battery is low and he can't hear anything. This was quite a surprise for me to know that officers won't be able to respond to an emergency due to low battery! I even informed the traffic control room helpline with the vehicle details, but they were not able to trace the vehicle. Please upgrade your devices or make necessary arrangements to ensure that you guys are better connected to handle such situations. It's such a shame to that you guys are lagging so much behind in this age of technology!! 2. So, this police officer tells me to go 4 KMs back to Adugodi traffic police station and that this incident can't be reported to the nearest station since the incident happened at the previous signal. I reached Adugodi Traffic Police station around 9:20 PM and was quite shocked to see the state it is in! It is on the first floor of what seemed like an abandoned third class commercial complex. Even the board was kept aside on the ground floor. Even worse, when I went inside the entire station was had nobody except a clerical guy without any kind of uniform who was typing something and after calling him out thrice he tells me to sit down even without looking at me. When I asked him that where should I complain, he said go to the opposite room. I went to the opposite room and all the rooms in the opposite side were locked and had no lights on. I came back and told him I found nobody, then he calls up somebody and says the concerned person will be here in 5 mins. My question here is, why is the entire station empty and nobody is available?? Is this how it's supposed to be? 3. Next comes our superstar of the movie Mr. Munithimmaiah, who is supposedly the duty officer, which was hard for me to know since he had no uniform on. He had a very casual and careless attitude towards me and was least bothered to listen to me much. When I asked him that I want to register the complaint, he said please come tomorrow and we will register the case. I insisted why it's tomorrow and I want it rather right now, then he gives me a blank paper and asks me to write my complaint. I asked him to give me a pen and he says "Sir I have only red pen, no blue pen"!! I asked him is there no blue pen in the entire office? and isn't the govt. providing them enough from the heavy taxes we all are paying? and he says no there isn't any since the govt is not giving them any accessories and pens in the office and there is a shop below and I can buy from there. He even asked me where I am actually from to which I said why or how does that matter and left to get the pen from my car instead. I came back with the pen and started writing my complaint.Then another person comes in and he had to sign into some paper for which Mr. Munithimmaiah shamelessly smiles and asks me to give him my pen. I smiled and gave it to him. He then tells me to come tomorrow morning and that they will do the needful and I left and reached home at 11:30. My question here is, why are your officers not in uniform while on duty?? Why are they so lazy and reluctant in helping people??? Imagine somebody with a human injury or loss coming to the station and being treated that way, and I am pretty sure that's already happening!! 4. The next day morning I went to the station and there was another officer who was thankfully much better behaved, He retrieved the number of the offender and asked him to come to the station. He suggested me to visit back at 2 PM. I went back to the station at 2PM and found the guy who hit my car present. Mr. Munithimmaiah had made his comeback at the station too meanwhile. Now, to my surprise or luck, the offender seemed much more courteous and cooperative than the police was and admitted that he was indeed drunk and also did a blunder and that he was very scared due to which he escaped the previous night. After few back and forth discussions we settled the matter. Mr. Munithimmaiah asked me to update my complaint letter saying that the matter is settled and I am not proceeding further which I wrote. Then he asks me for the copy of my DL and Vehicle registration card. I said, I don't have a copy and that I can email the scans of those right away. In return, he answers me that there is no email system or facility here and I should carry the copies of such documents always while coming to traffic police station. He seemed deliberate about making such statements as he was telling his colleague in Kannada about me interrogating him too much last night. I asked him is there no email or bluetooth option inspite of so many computers and mobiles in his office. He says the mobiles are personal and govt hasn't given internet in the computers. FInally, I went down and got the copies done from a xerox shop and handed it over. My question is, why there's no provision for people to transfer documents over email or bluetooth?? Are you still living a decade behind?? Please open your eyes and see where the world is going. Being a traffic police system of a high tech city like Bengaluru you should be ashamed of having such inefficient, filthy, sad and backdated infrastructure. In the end the station officers had an attitude as if they did a big favor on me by contacting the offender and getting him at the station, which is actually a bare minimum part of their job. I see multiple officers standing in signals catching bikers etc to fill their pockets throughout the day, but nobody is even present in the traffic police station! Shame on you Bengaluru Traffic Police!!
  • Green
    The Station
    09 Jun, 04:47 pm
    Bengaluru Traffic Police, I am highly disappointed after a terrible experience last week when my car was hit by a Tata Nexon vehicle from behind which was being driven by a heavily drunk person in a red signal at around 8:20 PM on 6th of June. Here is the sequence of events that took place: 1. I get hit and get down to find that the driver of the white number plate vehicle is so drunk that he could hardly talk. I blocked his car and told him to get down but he didn't and kept driving. I kept blocking his car until the next signal. When I saw a traffic police officer, I went there to talk to him, in the meanwhile the offender managed to take a U turn and escaped. I kept telling the officer to stop him much before and that he was drunk, but his response was too slow. I found him incapable and untrained to respond to an emergency situation. However, he did try to contact the officers at the previous signal where the vehicle would pass through, but then the other officer's voice was broken and to my surprise he said that his walkie talkie battery is low and he can't hear anything. This was quite a surprise for me to know that officers won't be able to respond to an emergency due to low battery! I even informed the traffic control room helpline with the vehicle details, but they were not able to trace the vehicle. Please upgrade your devices or make necessary arrangements to ensure that you guys are better connected to handle such situations. It's such a shame to that you guys are lagging so much behind in this age of technology!! 2. So, this police officer tells me to go 4 KMs back to Adugodi traffic police station and that this incident can't be reported to the nearest station since the incident happened at the previous signal. I reached Adugodi Traffic Police station around 9:20 PM and was quite shocked to see the state it is in! It is on the first floor of what seemed like an abandoned third class commercial complex. Even the board was kept aside on the ground floor. Even worse, when I went inside the entire station was had nobody except a clerical guy without any kind of uniform who was typing something and after calling him out thrice he tells me to sit down even without looking at me. When I asked him that where should I complain, he said go to the opposite room. I went to the opposite room and all the rooms in the opposite side were locked and had no lights on. I came back and told him I found nobody, then he calls up somebody and says the concerned person will be here in 5 mins. My question here is, why is the entire station empty and nobody is available?? Is this how it's supposed to be? 3. Next comes our superstar of the movie Mr. Munithimmaiah, who is supposedly the duty officer, which was hard for me to know since he had no uniform on. He had a very casual and careless attitude towards me and was least bothered to listen to me much. When I asked him that I want to register the complaint, he said please come tomorrow and we will register the case. I insisted why it's tomorrow and I want it rather right now, then he gives me a blank paper and asks me to write my complaint. I asked him to give me a pen and he says "Sir I have only red pen, no blue pen"!! I asked him is there no blue pen in the entire office? and isn't the govt. providing them enough from the heavy taxes we all are paying? and he says no there isn't any since the govt is not giving them any accessories and pens in the office and there is a shop below and I can buy from there. He even asked me where I am actually from to which I said why or how does that matter and left to get the pen from my car instead. I came back with the pen and started writing my complaint.Then another person comes in and he had to sign into some paper for which Mr. Munithimmaiah shamelessly smiles and asks me to give him my pen. I smiled and gave it to him. He then tells me to come tomorrow morning and that they will do the needful and I left and reached home at 11:30. My question here is, why are your officers not in uniform while on duty?? Why are they so lazy and reluctant in helping people??? Imagine somebody with a human injury or loss coming to the station and being treated that way, and I am pretty sure that's already happening!! 4. The next day morning I went to the station and there was another officer who was thankfully much better behaved, He retrieved the number of the offender and asked him to come to the station. He suggested me to visit back at 2 PM. I went back to the station at 2PM and found the guy who hit my car present. Mr. Munithimmaiah had made his comeback at the station too meanwhile. Now, to my surprise or luck, the offender seemed much more courteous and cooperative than the police was and admitted that he was indeed drunk and also did a blunder and that he was very scared due to which he escaped the previous night. After few back and forth discussions we settled the matter. Mr. Munithimmaiah asked me to update my complaint letter saying that the matter is settled and I am not proceeding further which I wrote. Then he asks me for the copy of my DL and Vehicle registration card. I said, I don't have a copy and that I can email the scans of those right away. In return, he answers me that there is no email system or facility here and I should carry the copies of such documents always while coming to traffic police station. He seemed deliberate about making such statements as he was telling his colleague in Kannada about me interrogating him too much last night. I asked him is there no email or bluetooth option inspite of so many computers and mobiles in his office. He says the mobiles are personal and govt hasn't given internet in the computers. FInally, I went down and got the copies done from a xerox shop and handed it over. My question is, why there's no provision for people to transfer documents over email or bluetooth?? Are you still living a decade behind?? Please open your eyes and see where the world is going. Being a traffic police system of a high tech city like Bengaluru you should be ashamed of having such inefficient, filthy, sad and backdated infrastructure. In the end the station officers had an attitude as if they did a big favor on me by contacting the offender and getting him at the station, which is actually a bare minimum part of their job. I see multiple officers standing in signals catching bikers etc to fill their pockets throughout the day, but nobody is even present in the traffic police station! Shame on you Bengaluru Traffic Police!!
  • Green
    Adugodi
    09 Jun, 04:47 pm
    Bengaluru Traffic Police, I am highly disappointed after a terrible experience last week when my car was hit by a Tata Nexon vehicle from behind which was being driven by a heavily drunk person in a red signal at around 8:20 PM on 6th of June. Here is the sequence of events that took place: 1. I get hit and get down to find that the driver of the white number plate vehicle is so drunk that he could hardly talk. I blocked his car and told him to get down but he didn't and kept driving. I kept blocking his car until the next signal. When I saw a traffic police officer, I went there to talk to him, in the meanwhile the offender managed to take a U turn and escaped. I kept telling the officer to stop him much before and that he was drunk, but his response was too slow. I found him incapable and untrained to respond to an emergency situation. However, he did try to contact the officers at the previous signal where the vehicle would pass through, but then the other officer's voice was broken and to my surprise he said that his walkie talkie battery is low and he can't hear anything. This was quite a surprise for me to know that officers won't be able to respond to an emergency due to low battery! I even informed the traffic control room helpline with the vehicle details, but they were not able to trace the vehicle. Please upgrade your devices or make necessary arrangements to ensure that you guys are better connected to handle such situations. It's such a shame to that you guys are lagging so much behind in this age of technology!! 2. So, this police officer tells me to go 4 KMs back to Adugodi traffic police station and that this incident can't be reported to the nearest station since the incident happened at the previous signal. I reached Adugodi Traffic Police station around 9:20 PM and was quite shocked to see the state it is in! It is on the first floor of what seemed like an abandoned third class commercial complex. Even the board was kept aside on the ground floor. Even worse, when I went inside the entire station was had nobody except a clerical guy without any kind of uniform who was typing something and after calling him out thrice he tells me to sit down even without looking at me. When I asked him that where should I complain, he said go to the opposite room. I went to the opposite room and all the rooms in the opposite side were locked and had no lights on. I came back and told him I found nobody, then he calls up somebody and says the concerned person will be here in 5 mins. My question here is, why is the entire station empty and nobody is available?? Is this how it's supposed to be? 3. Next comes our superstar of the movie Mr. Munithimmaiah, who is supposedly the duty officer, which was hard for me to know since he had no uniform on. He had a very casual and careless attitude towards me and was least bothered to listen to me much. When I asked him that I want to register the complaint, he said please come tomorrow and we will register the case. I insisted why it's tomorrow and I want it rather right now, then he gives me a blank paper and asks me to write my complaint. I asked him to give me a pen and he says "Sir I have only red pen, no blue pen"!! I asked him is there no blue pen in the entire office? and isn't the govt. providing them enough from the heavy taxes we all are paying? and he says no there isn't any since the govt is not giving them any accessories and pens in the office and there is a shop below and I can buy from there. He even asked me where I am actually from to which I said why or how does that matter and left to get the pen from my car instead. I came back with the pen and started writing my complaint.Then another person comes in and he had to sign into some paper for which Mr. Munithimmaiah shamelessly smiles and asks me to give him my pen. I smiled and gave it to him. He then tells me to come tomorrow morning and that they will do the needful and I left and reached home at 11:30. My question here is, why are your officers not in uniform while on duty?? Why are they so lazy and reluctant in helping people??? Imagine somebody with a human injury or loss coming to the station and being treated that way, and I am pretty sure that's already happening!! 4. The next day morning I went to the station and there was another officer who was thankfully much better behaved, He retrieved the number of the offender and asked him to come to the station. He suggested me to visit back at 2 PM. I went back to the station at 2PM and found the guy who hit my car present. Mr. Munithimmaiah had made his comeback at the station too meanwhile. Now, to my surprise or luck, the offender seemed much more courteous and cooperative than the police was and admitted that he was indeed drunk and also did a blunder and that he was very scared due to which he escaped the previous night. After few back and forth discussions we settled the matter. Mr. Munithimmaiah asked me to update my complaint letter saying that the matter is settled and I am not proceeding further which I wrote. Then he asks me for the copy of my DL and Vehicle registration card. I said, I don't have a copy and that I can email the scans of those right away. In return, he answers me that there is no email system or facility here and I should carry the copies of such documents always while coming to traffic police station. He seemed deliberate about making such statements as he was telling his colleague in Kannada about me interrogating him too much last night. I asked him is there no email or bluetooth option inspite of so many computers and mobiles in his office. He says the mobiles are personal and govt hasn't given internet in the computers. FInally, I went down and got the copies done from a xerox shop and handed it over. My question is, why there's no provision for people to transfer documents over email or bluetooth?? Are you still living a decade behind?? Please open your eyes and see where the world is going. Being a traffic police system of a high tech city like Bengaluru you should be ashamed of having such inefficient, filthy, sad and backdated infrastructure. In the end the station officers had an attitude as if they did a big favor on me by contacting the offender and getting him at the station, which is actually a bare minimum part of their job. I see multiple officers standing in signals catching bikers etc to fill their pockets throughout the day, but nobody is even present in the traffic police station! Shame on you Bengaluru Traffic Police!!
  • Green
    Goshala Road
    08 Jun, 06:00 pm
    Dear BTP, Due to the persistent efforts from you side, along with poplar support from well-known figures, now there is a culture of wearing helmet in the city. Sure, some people carry helmets on their arms while riding, but at least there's awareness, and for the most part, people are following the helmet rule. Now might be a good time to focus on other issues which contribute to the infamous traffic situation of the city. 1. Lack of Lane Discipline My commute to office involves talking the Goshala road. This is a 2-way road, is kind of narrow and has 2 lanes (one for each way) and is wide enough for two-wheelers to split the lane. Often on this route, some vehicle or the other breaks the lane to move forward only to be stopped because of an oncoming vehicle. This creates a deadlock which takes an eternity to solve. A portion which would have taken 5 minutes with lane discipline ends up taking 40. Not only does this create the deadlock, but makes the people who are following lane discipline look stupid because people who broke their lane ultimately do end up getting ahead of people who patiently waited. Next time, these people would probably just break the lane themselves. 2. Honking I don't understand the honking in this city. Today itself, as I was getting back from office, a bike kept honking behind me while there was no space for me to move forward. Our country as a whole seems to lack awareness regarding the purpose of honking. On traffic signals, it takes a delay of a second for vehicles behind me to start honking. It's like they believe my vehicle will automatically start running with the honking, and I enjoy just waiting and watching as the traffic lights change. The honking hurts my head and my ears, and I'm sure it does the same for multiple citizens. 3. Bikes on Footpaths This is similar to the first issue. Pedestrians already struggle with finding safe ways to walk, and the spaces which are there are further misused by people on two-wheelers. And this behavior is kind of contagious, as once I see one person doing this, multiple people tend to follow. I kindly request you to place and implement laws to solve these issues as soon as possible. I understand it can't be eradicated completely, but having police take actions for these would start the right culture. And since this behavior is very prevalent in the city, the incoming fines should help with the cost of the additional personnel required for this. Please, please take steps to solve these issues, and hopefully we'll soon have a more civilized traffic in this city.
  • Green
    Hosuru
    07 Jun, 09:35 am
    Kind attn: Madiwala/Bommanahalli traffic police. Service Road between Salarpuira Greenage and AMR techpark is closed due to Metro work. Due to this way too many vehicles drive wrong side on Hosur Main road. Cars, 2 wheeler, autos and some time tempos as well. This is dangerous, especially in evening hours when some autos/2wheelers don't even switch on their light and it is too hard to notice such vehicles coming in opposite/wrong side. Please take some action and not allow vehicles to drive in wrong direction on Hosur Main Road.
  • Green
    Jayanagar
    06 Jun, 01:31 pm
    Subject: Regarding your petition sir To: Jayanagar Traffic PS <jnagartrafficbcp@ksp.gov.in>, acpsouthtrafficbcp@ksp.gov.in Cc: "R Hithendra IPS, Addl CP Traffic" <addlcptrafficbcp@gmail.com>, dcptrafficwest@gmail.com Sir, Thank you very much for your e-mail of today with attachment dated 22/3/2018. I very much appreciate your efforts in looking into the problem and enquiring with Sri Udupi Food Hub restaurant on 43rd Cross, 2nd Main, 8th Block, Jayanagar, Bengaluru. However, I request you to kindly note the following: 1. The restaurant has not appointed two security guards as claimed. 2. The restaurant has not made arrangements for valet parking as claimed. 3. Even if valet parking drivers have been appointed, where will they park four-wheelers? 4. To the best of my knowledge, no arrangement has been made for parking space. Even if such space is arranged elsewhere, it will only be temporary and not permanent. 5. Already several two-wheelers are being parked in front of the restaurant on 2nd Main Road, which is hindering free flow of traffic, especially during peak hours. 6. Once the party hall in the restaurant starts functioning, there will be utter chaos in the vicinity of the restaurant and customers will start parking four-wheelers in the adjoining cross roads, viz 41st, 42nd, 43rd & 44th Cross Roads. This will cause great inconvenience to the residents in the neighbourhood, similar to that faced by residents near Rajatadri restaurant in 7th Block, Jayanagar. Therefore, I earnestly request you to be proactive and take immediate pre-emptive measures as may be deemed necessary to ensure that this potential menace does affect the residents in the neighbourhood of Sri Udupi Food Hub restaurant. Thank you. KVN Doss ---------- Forwarded message ---------- From: Jayanagar Traffic PS <jnagartrafficbcp@ksp.gov.in> Date: Fri, Mar 23, 2018 at 1:32 PM Subject: Fwd: Regarding your petition sir To: Kvn Doss <dosskvn@gmail.com> ----- Forwarded Message ----- From: Jayanagar Traffic PS <jnagartrafficbcp@ksp.gov.in> To: ACP Traffic South Sub <acpsouthtrafficbcp@ksp.gov.in> Sent: Fri, 23 Mar 2018 12:22:23 +0530 (IST) Subject: Regarding your petition sir RESPECTED SIR, PLEASE SEE THE ATTACHED FILE SIR
  • Green
    Jayanagar
    05 Jun, 01:28 pm
    Subject: Regarding your petition sir To: Jayanagar Traffic PS <jnagartrafficbcp@ksp.gov.in>, acpsouthtrafficbcp@ksp.gov.in Cc: "R Hithendra IPS, Addl CP Traffic" <addlcptrafficbcp@gmail.com>, dcptrafficwest@gmail.com Sir, Thank you very much for your e-mail of today with attachment dated 22/3/2018. I very much appreciate your efforts in looking into the problem and enquiring with Sri Udupi Food Hub restaurant on 43rd Cross, 2nd Main, 8th Block, Jayanagar, Bengaluru. However, I request you to kindly note the following: 1. The restaurant has not appointed two security guards as claimed. 2. The restaurant has not made arrangements for valet parking as claimed. 3. Even if valet parking drivers have been appointed, where will they park four-wheelers? 4. To the best of my knowledge, no arrangement has been made for parking space. Even if such space is arranged elsewhere, it will only be temporary and not permanent. 5. Already several two-wheelers are being parked in front of the restaurant on 2nd Main Road, which is hindering free flow of traffic, especially during peak hours. 6. Once the party hall in the restaurant starts functioning, there will be utter chaos in the vicinity of the restaurant and customers will start parking four-wheelers in the adjoining cross roads, viz 41st, 42nd, 43rd & 44th Cross Roads. This will cause great inconvenience to the residents in the neighbourhood, similar to that faced by residents near Rajatadri restaurant in 7th Block, Jayanagar. Therefore, I earnestly request you to be proactive and take immediate pre-emptive measures as may be deemed necessary to ensure that this potential menace does affect the residents in the neighbourhood of Sri Udupi Food Hub restaurant. Thank you. KVN Doss ---------- Forwarded message ---------- From: Jayanagar Traffic PS <jnagartrafficbcp@ksp.gov.in> Date: Fri, Mar 23, 2018 at 1:32 PM Subject: Fwd: Regarding your petition sir To: Kvn Doss <dosskvn@gmail.com> ----- Forwarded Message ----- From: Jayanagar Traffic PS <jnagartrafficbcp@ksp.gov.in> To: ACP Traffic South Sub <acpsouthtrafficbcp@ksp.gov.in> Sent: Fri, 23 Mar 2018 12:22:23 +0530 (IST) Subject: Regarding your petition sir RESPECTED SIR, PLEASE SEE THE ATTACHED FILE SIR
  • Green
    Bannerghatta Road
    04 Jun, 05:29 pm
    Last week the divider in front of Jal Bhavan on Bannerghatta road was broken. Many people are taking u-turn and this is causing a lot of inconvenience and traffic snarls especially during peak hours. Is this done by some miscreants? wanted to bring to your notice.
  • Green
    Action Police Station
    04 Jun, 04:07 pm
    Repeated traffic violations on A. N. Krishna Rao Road / Diagonal Road VV Puram in front of and by Jain College visitors and students Dear Sir, This is to highlight the repeated nuisance being caused by Jain College, VV Puram, to the residents of Diagonal Road by allowing unregulated, undisciplined parking in front of their college premises - this is an ongoing affair and despite repeatedly raising it with the college authorities, they have not taken any measures to improve this. Among the offenders today was a person with a BJP logo on his shirt whose car (Toyota Innova, KA 05 MN 5479) was parked recklessly blocking traffic and causing inconvenience. Whilst the owner was visiting Jain College, the driver had parked outside its gate blocking an entire lane of traffic. Upon requesting him to move his vehicle to a parking slot ahead, he was abusive and used derogatory and filthy language, threatening verbally and physically to assault. Pictures of the said car, driver and BJP supporter are attached below. When this was taken up with the security personnel at Jain and an administrator who came out of the Jain College building, he said "Do whatever the hell you want to do." Bringing this to your notice for your kind attention and immediate action, PS. Also attached are pictures showing the nature of the parking in front of Jain College, all from a fifteen min span.
  • Green
    Diagonal Road
    04 Jun, 04:07 pm
    Repeated traffic violations on A. N. Krishna Rao Road / Diagonal Road VV Puram in front of and by Jain College visitors and students Dear Sir, This is to highlight the repeated nuisance being caused by Jain College, VV Puram, to the residents of Diagonal Road by allowing unregulated, undisciplined parking in front of their college premises - this is an ongoing affair and despite repeatedly raising it with the college authorities, they have not taken any measures to improve this. Among the offenders today was a person with a BJP logo on his shirt whose car (Toyota Innova, KA 05 MN 5479) was parked recklessly blocking traffic and causing inconvenience. Whilst the owner was visiting Jain College, the driver had parked outside its gate blocking an entire lane of traffic. Upon requesting him to move his vehicle to a parking slot ahead, he was abusive and used derogatory and filthy language, threatening verbally and physically to assault. Pictures of the said car, driver and BJP supporter are attached below. When this was taken up with the security personnel at Jain and an administrator who came out of the Jain College building, he said "Do whatever the hell you want to do." Bringing this to your notice for your kind attention and immediate action, PS. Also attached are pictures showing the nature of the parking in front of Jain College, all from a fifteen min span.
  • Green
    Suranjandas Road
    04 Jun, 10:15 am
    The main signal for left turn from Suranjandas road to Old Airport road has not been working for many months now and causes a lot of confusion. Please fix at the earliest. See attached pic. #btp #bengalurutraffic
  • Green
    Jayanagar
    02 Jun, 01:03 pm
    Subject: Regarding your petition sir To: Jayanagar Traffic PS <jnagartrafficbcp@ksp.gov.in>, acpsouthtrafficbcp@ksp.gov.in Cc: "R Hithendra IPS, Addl CP Traffic" <addlcptrafficbcp@gmail.com>, dcptrafficwest@gmail.com Sir, Thank you very much for your e-mail of today with attachment dated 22/3/2018. I very much appreciate your efforts in looking into the problem and enquiring with Sri Udupi Food Hub restaurant on 43rd Cross, 2nd Main, 8th Block, Jayanagar, Bengaluru. However, I request you to kindly note the following: 1. The restaurant has not appointed two security guards as claimed. 2. The restaurant has not made arrangements for valet parking as claimed. 3. Even if valet parking drivers have been appointed, where will they park four-wheelers? 4. To the best of my knowledge, no arrangement has been made for parking space. Even if such space is arranged elsewhere, it will only be temporary and not permanent. 5. Already several two-wheelers are being parked in front of the restaurant on 2nd Main Road, which is hindering free flow of traffic, especially during peak hours. 6. Once the party hall in the restaurant starts functioning, there will be utter chaos in the vicinity of the restaurant and customers will start parking four-wheelers in the adjoining cross roads, viz 41st, 42nd, 43rd & 44th Cross Roads. This will cause great inconvenience to the residents in the neighbourhood, similar to that faced by residents near Rajatadri restaurant in 7th Block, Jayanagar. Therefore, I earnestly request you to be proactive and take immediate pre-emptive measures as may be deemed necessary to ensure that this potential menace does affect the residents in the neighbourhood of Sri Udupi Food Hub restaurant. Thank you. KVN Doss ---------- Forwarded message ---------- From: Jayanagar Traffic PS <jnagartrafficbcp@ksp.gov.in> Date: Fri, Mar 23, 2018 at 1:32 PM Subject: Fwd: Regarding your petition sir To: Kvn Doss <dosskvn@gmail.com> ----- Forwarded Message ----- From: Jayanagar Traffic PS <jnagartrafficbcp@ksp.gov.in> To: ACP Traffic South Sub <acpsouthtrafficbcp@ksp.gov.in> Sent: Fri, 23 Mar 2018 12:22:23 +0530 (IST) Subject: Regarding your petition sir RESPECTED SIR, PLEASE SEE THE ATTACHED FILE SIR
  • Green
    Basavanagudi
    01 Jun, 01:54 pm
    The Bharathi Nursing Home junction on KR Road coming from Basavangudi Police Station side is a nightmare every single day with traffic jumping the lane and occupying the opposite side lane blocking oncoming traffic and us who are following the lane discipline and still unable to cross the signal because of defaulters like this. If it was few vehicles, I would report it to Public Eye but this is a daily occurrence each time the signal is Red. Request a permanent solution to be implemented for this so people who follow rules are not punished while law breakers seem to be getting the benefits.
  • Green
    Hsr Layout
    01 Jun, 12:50 pm
    Dear #BengaluruTrafficePolice department, is it legal to block entry street in HSR layout because some politician /commissioner stays there?
  • Green
    Kudlu
    01 Jun, 10:03 am
    @Electroniccity7 @ecitybcp @CPBlr @blrcitytraffic -- #Hosa & #Kudlu are the new #SilkBoard & #KRPuram. Always chok a block. Reason - 45 seconds of green signal with 90% of road taken by Bus, trucks & BMTP for pulling passengers. Police are not even bothered to move the buses who illegally stop every day. #Bengaluru #TrafficAlert #Traffic #BengaluruTraffic