Delhi Govt. Will Soon Redesign The City Roads To Make Them Safer & Pedestrian-Friendly
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We don’t need to tell you Delhizens about the sorry state of our city’s roads, where every now and then, a deadly accident happens. There’s literally no space for pedestrians to walk on and that’s pretty worrying. But seems like there’s light at the end of the tunnel for us Dilli walas, as the government is up to something!
Here’s What’s Happening | The Delhi Government is all set to provide some relief to the pedestrians from the over speeding vehicles in the capital as it’s planning to redesign the roads in order to make them safer for us. Phew, that’s great news!
The idea is to adopt smart designs and technology to make Delhi roads safer for pedestrians and cyclists alike. To begin with, the government will work on a small stretch on Lutyens Zone. The area has been singled out initially because of its touristic and political importance in the city.
These peeps will be working on a 3 km stretch between Burari and Bhalswa, which is known to be one of Delhi’s deadliest roads for it has witnessed around 67 deaths in the past two years - OMG, that’s bad!
The redesigning work will kick off soon and we can’t wait to see our roads all revamped and safer for public use. Thanks a lot, Delhi Government!
Sourced Via The New Indian Express