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Old April 2nd, 2011, 10:12 PM   #1
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Arrow Mysuru City Roads & Flyovers

This thread is meant to keep track of road works underway in Mysore city and is open to suggestions -

Scope of this thread includes:

*Traffic Signal management
*Junction improvements :Circles
*Street lighting
*Footpath up gradations
*Road Widening works
*Street Vendor menace
*Road side encroachments
*Tree line protection
*Landscaping works
*Parking problems
*Bus stops
*Storm drain works
*Wall paintings/murals


Join In Mysoreans! Discuss about our great shady avenues.This thread must stand out among all other threads in KA sub forum.You may also post pics of roads here
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Princess road to be reopened soon

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MYSORE: Come May 15, a section of Krishnarajasagar road ( Princes road), which was closed for development work, will be reopened much to the relief of tourists visiting Brindavan Gardens.

Deputy commissioner Harsh Gupta, who reviewed the progress of the project, has directed the officials of Mysore City Corporation and public works department to complete the work by mid-May. Traffic on the busy Prince Road was diverted since June last year to facilitate widening of a railway bridge and a road. Though the deadline for the project work was February 2011, it was delayed due to technical glitches. Due to closure of the main road, vehicle users were to make a detour.

South Western Railway DRM (Sr) Anup Dayanand Sadhu attributed the delay to suspension of work during Dasara celebrations. However, now the railway bridge extension work is complete and the remaining UGD and road work is being carried out in full swing.

Meanwhile, members of Mysore Grahakara Parishat, a citizens forum, are skeptical of the officials meeting the deadline. In a release, R Chandra Prakash and Bhamy V Shenoy of MGP said the road has been shut for 10 months and only two meetings have been conducted by the deputy commissioner on this score. "It seems the officials are casual about it," they said.
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PAY & PARK IN CITY SOON

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Mysore, Mar. 13 (KCU&KK)- To ease the parking problem in the city, a Pay & Park scheme would be introduced soon on major roads which would also reap a lot of revenue for the Mysore City Corporation (MCC).

Disclosing this to Star of Mysore here today, MCC Commissioner K.S. Raikar said, the State Govt. has recently constituted a Directorate of Urban Land Transport (DULT) to evolve a scheme to cover traffic management, parking place, orientation of Circles, positioning of signal lights, width of roads and such features. A huge volume with all the comprehensive details has already been dispatched to all City and Municipal Corporations for implementation at the earliest, he added.

Model City: Explaining the scheme, Raikar said "Mysore has been chosen as a model city for implementing DULT scheme. Sai Engineering Company has been assigned the task of surveying traffic flow and parking facilities. Other than Pay & Park scheme, the DULT directive will also cover positioning of advertisement hoardings and the revenue to be generated from them. All the proposals will be placed before the Council Budget meeting to seek the approval. Major roads like Devaraj Urs Road, Sayyaji Rao Road, Ashoka Road, Irwin Road, JLB Road, Kalidasa Road, Vishwamanava Double Road and Chamaraja Double Road will be covered under the scheme."

Lauding the novel DULT plan, Mayor Sandesh Swamy pointed out that it would mobi lise a lot of resource which will be earmarked for maintenance of the particular road.

Dy. Commissioner Harsha Gupta told SOM that the top brass of MCC, PWD, MUDA and Police Department would be convened for a meeting soon to apprise them about the DULT scheme.

ART ON SHABBY WALLS, CAVA STUDENTS' VENTURE

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Mysore, Mar. 13 (KCU&HT)- Students of Chamarajendra Academy of Visual Arts (CAVA) have embarked upon an innovative idea of painting on dilapidated walls of the city. They are trying to shy away from commercial and stereo-typed art expos held at prestigious art galleries with all fanfare.

CAVA students Shoaib, Smi-tha, Bharathkumar, Viki, Shivu, Bharathi, Santhosh and Trupti have initiated the wall-painting to draw the attention of the public and take away the boredom and stress of daily life.

The students took up the novel work last evening projecting their thoughts and imaginations through painting on walls of closed factories in Yadavagiri Industrial Area here.

Interestingly, the students have chosen only shabby walls possibly to give them a new look and meaning.
SWAMI VIVEKANANDA'S MARBLE STATUE ABANDONED

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Work on the large dome is underway at Vivekananda Circle in city to house the bronze statue of Swami Vivekananda at a cost of Rs. 37 lakh under the CM's Rs.100 crore special grant. The Circle will be modernised on the lines of the Circle by the same name at Basavanagudi in Bangalore. Picture right shows the marble statue of Swami Vivekananda which was dismantled from the Circle to make way for the bronze statue. The marble statue has now been abandoned at one of the parks near the Circle.
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MCC makes amends on use of special grants

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MYSORE: Public pressure has prevailed over the officials of the Mysore City Corporation. Under fire over the use of Rs 100 crore CM special grants, it is making amends.

* The three subways proposed at the Krishnaraja circle has been dropped and instead one each will come up at the Mysore Zoo to help tourists and at the City Bus Stand connecting to Tataiah Park to facilitate easy flow of traffic at the city centre.

* The tank bund road separating the zoo from the Karanji lake, a connecting stretch between Nazarbad and Narasimharaja boulevardwill not be closed for the mega aquarium coming up at a corner of the zoo.

* The repair works of Vijayanagar ground-level reservoir that supplies 12 million gallons per day (MGD) will be taken up in stages and done by March, 2012.

* The much-delayed ambitious Raja Marg will be completed in two stages. By this Dasara season, stretch till Ayurveda college junction will be through.

The district minister S A Ramdas on Wednesday reviewed the projects taken up with Rs 100 crore funding. Briefing reporters, he said: "In all Rs 66 crore worth projects have been through, while 15 projects are on. They will be done by April end.

The missing links in the UGD network is being worked on and in six months the sewage flow to storm water drain will be stopped. There were problems with designs to implement Raja Marg project to spruce up Dasara procession route and it is now decided to be taken up in two stages. Ramadas said he will take feedback from elected representatives on March 12 on the projects to be taken up with additional Rs 100 crore grants.

The meeting attended by deputy commissioner Harsh Gupta and corporation commissioner K S Raykar also reviewed JNNURM projects.
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IRWIN ROAD

A model road for Mysore city?Some spots along Irwin road


Jagjeevan ram circle -Railway station Circle
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Devraj Urs road (junction near maharani's college

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RAJA Marga Near Bannimantap : March 2011 Updates





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`Install traffic lights only where needed'

Lawrence Milton & H M Aravind, TNN, Feb 21, 2011, 10.44pm IST
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MYSORE: When police identified several locations in the city for better traffic regulation, they were thinking futuristically.

As they put their plans on the drawing board and introduced systematic traffic flow using traffic lights at some busy junctions, it regulated the flow of vehicles. When funds were available, they utilized them and put in place an infrastructure for future needs. Ironically, this has now resulted in problems for the motorists.

Sample this: Motorists at Adichunchanagiri-Udayaravi road junction at Kuvempunagar are facing a few traffic-related problems these days. There is an impatience similar to vehicle users of Bangalore, while waiting for the green light. Reason: The system is not calibrated to the vehicular density hitting the stretch, as a result, many are forced to jump signals.

The induced impatience is such that many don't bother to follow the general traffic norms at many of junctions, especially on the outskirts of the city where signalling systems have been introduced. Blame it on the lack of coordination between the cops and the Mysore City Corporation, the motorists are facing difficulties as the MCC has awarded maintenance of the traffic infrastructure to a private company.

Many signalling devices are not calibrated to the corresponding vehicular density, as a result, vehicle users violate rules by jumping the signal posing danger to road users. The Pattabi Josi circle at the MUDA corner, Bogadi road-Government printing press junction, Kantharaja Urs road-Akshaya Bhandar junction etc., are some such dangerous pockets.

Vehicle users feel that the traffic signal at Bogadi road-Government press junction, K G Koppal railway under bridge point, Kalamandira, Udayagiri etc., are not necessary as traffic flow is not that heavy. But authorities reason that keeping in view of the city's growth, they have installed them.

Udayagiri traffic light is of no use because road users do not follow the rules, claims Venkatesh, a vehicle user.

But DCP (traffic) P Rajendra Prasad said: "Traffic signal upgradation work is underway and hence there is some confusion. At several places cables are damaged due to civil works. Maintenance of all the traffic signal lights is given to a private party by the MCC and once they complete the work we will verify and rectify any mistakes," he added.

Traffic signals have mushroomed in the recent past and totally there are 43 of them.
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Only 43? Mysore has many junctions, we need traffic signals at all those places.Reporter is a retard,kudos to police who are thinking futuristically.These reporters are sick--they have problems even if we plan and implement things for future.

Mysore must look forward and not backward.
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MYSORE: It's rush hour traffic at the central business district and people are milling the area. At the Mysore Palace surrounding, tourists are jocularly walking till they reach Basaveshwara circle abutting it. The busy junction is a nightmare for the pedestrians, as the pedestrian signals have gone dead.

At Ramaswamy junction, the situation is a little better. But the red never turns green. Ditto at JLB road-Devaraj Urs road junction and at Field Marshal Cariappa circle (Metrople junction) further down the road. Worse still, this are areas frequented by students.

The traffic signal lights are of no use to the pedestrians, because they are either malfunctioning or not pedestrian friendly. In addition to this, the time allotted for the pedestrians at Ramaswamy junction is just 10 seconds!

The worst-affected are pedestrians, who are largely students and senior citizens. Such is the problem at some locations that pedestrians have to jaywalk rather than use the zebra crossings at the junctions. A reality check of some of the traffic signal junctions threw up a startling fact: At none of these places are pedestrians considered important. They have been overlooked either by not giving enough time to cross the road or simply there is no pedestrian signal for them. This, especially, when these junctions are busy.

"Every time I cross JLB road, I fear for my life because signal lights at the Devaraja Urs road junction is on the fritz," says Kavya of Maharani's Arts College, adding: "There is no signal for pedestrians at this poin." Her friend Kalai Selvi, a BBM student, too expresses shock over the management of signal lights.

Prashanth of JSS College says he visits the NCC office near Deputy Commissioners office regularly. To get there he has to cross JLB road at Devaraja Urs road signal junction where the traffic density is heavy. "Without time for pedestrians it is highly dangerous for them to cross the road," he said.

The scene is no different at residential areas where the infrastructure has been recently created. Though signal lights are put up, there are hardly any road marks making it difficult for the public to use the facility. A senior traffic officer claimed that depending upon volume of pedestrian movement they calibrate time ranging from 10 seconds to a maximum 30 seconds. At present, the MCC which maintains all the 43 signal lights in the city is upgrading the signalling devices and soon all these faults will be set right," he said.

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At Ramaswamy circle, pedestrians were sprinting across the JLB road because the time for them was 10 seconds. Not to speak about other points at the circle as pedestrian signal at three other points are not working. Same is the case at Shanthala junction as none of the pedestrians signalling devices are functioning.

At Basaveshwara circle, traffic signal planning is unscientific, as pedestrian crossing is on one side while signal light is at other point. The lights that were installed corresponding to zebra crossing have stopped functioning which is inconveniencing commuters.

At Krishnaraja Circle, two points -- one leading to New Sayyaji Rao road and other leading to Albert Victor road towards Palace -- pedestrian signals are not working while at the one leading up to Sayyaji Rao road it is not calibrated to the pedestrian density, though thousands visit Devaraja Market located on the other side of the junction. However, pedestrians are given adequate time (30 seconds) at Devaraja Urs road junction.
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Now, protests to be held only in Gandhi Square

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MYSORE: The Business community in the central business district (CBD) have reasons to cheer. Come March 1, protesters will not hit the city centre but will be assigned a place a la London. Like Hyde Park in London, the city's protest site will be Gandhi Square as the police commissioner Sunil Agarwal has designated it to be place to hold demonstrations and banned protest marches on Albert Victor and D Devaraj Urs roads. Agarwal, the city magistrate, has issued an order allotting an alternate route for protest rallies.

"This is a welcome decision. It will help us," said a businessman on Devaraj Urs road. "Every time there is a march through this stretch, we used to play safe and stand on guard given the violence during such rallies. Now, we can relax. Besides, it will decongest the arterial road and help the motorists," he told `The Times of India.'

For a decade the business community in the city centre have been upset with protesters marching through the city's main thoroughfares, saying it affected normal life. There are instances when customers have avoided the CBD during protests, M G Kumaraswamy, a businessman, said.

In the aftermath of the series of protests during the 108 days of abduction of Kannada thespian Rajkumar by slain brigand Veerappan in July 2000, there were demands to change the procession route. It was when P Manivannan was the deputy commissioner, he had identified Gandhi Square but it fell through.

Now, DC Harsh Gupta and corporation commissioner K S Raykar have taken it up again, which has led to an executive order banning the protests in the city centre, either at K R Circle or Town Hall, two of the city's protests hotspots. The top cop has attributed it to public safety and free flow of vehicular traffic. The move will also help to decongest the city centre but could choke Gandhi Square area.

* No protests at K R Circle and Town Hall

* Rallies banned on Devaraj Urs road

* Demonstrations to be allowed at Gandhi Square

* March allowed on alternate route

* Order to be effective from March 1
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Seven roads will undergo change under PPP to reduce power usage

MCC to switch over to LED bulbs

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With the looming power crisis, Mysore City Corporation (MCC) has made a timely move to save electricity by switching over to Light Emitting Diode (LED) bulbs.

It has decided to install the afore mentioned type of bulbs on public-private-partnership (PPP) model on seven thoroughfares here.


According to the programme, the successful bidder has to replace the existing sodium or metal allayed lamps on the said roads, each spread up to seven km, with LED lamps.

In return, initially, he will be getting the rights to rent or lease out the advertisement boards ( usually of 3x4 size seen fixed to every lamp posts) for a certain period, MCC Commissioner K S Raykar told Deccan Herald. The tender notification has been already issued.

The roads identified for the change are-Mahadevapura Road in Udayagiri, Shivaji Road in N R Mohalla, Command Area Development Authority (CADA) Road, a stretch of road from SP office to a temple leading to Gayathripuram to name a few, totalling about 200 lamps. The advantage here is the lED lamps will be having more lux (measure of amount of light produced) value.

The scenario

Another officer, on condition of anonymity said, in the present scenario, there are 58,000 streetlights in the city.

Among them 42,000 are tubelights, 11,000 sodium lamps and remaining metal allayed bulbs. As is the system, the streetlitghts are switched on for 11 hours from 6.30 pm to 5.30 am (sometimes depending on sunset and sunrise, switching on and off of the lights vary).

The bill per annum is calculated at about ` 8.65 crore. By switching over to LED, the cost may be cut down to about 50 pc to 60 pc, the officer exudes confidence.
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Ashoka Road,Doda gadiyara



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Pvt company adopts traffic junction

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MYSORE: The Lions Club of Mysore West adopted a traffic junction at the KRS Road ring road junction in the city on Monday. This is the first time a private company is chipping in for maintenance of signal lights. After the adoption, the club would bear all maintenance like lawn, repair of signal lights, and road markings for a year. A gardener has been appointed to maintain the lawn at the traffic signal.

Club president Sudheer Shetty told TOI that the move was part of their service project. They have plans to develop the KRS Road between the traffic and Venkateshwara temple junction which are separated by 1.5 km into a traffic model road by roping in businessmen, he said.

ACP (traffic) Shankaregowda said the Lions Club entered into a pact with the company called CMS, which now looks after maintenance of all signal lights in the city. The new agreement will lessen the burden on traffic police as they need not pay for its maintenance, which costs about Rs 35,000 a year.

Two more traffic signal junctions-- Hunsur Road-Ring Road junction and Mysore-Bangalore road ring road junction-- will be given to private parties.[/B] MUDA has given its consent to the KRS road signal light, the ACP said. Meanwhile, the traffic police organized a traffic awareness programme for students of Lions School at Gokulam III stage.
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Beside City Bus Stand

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IRWIN Road Near K R Hospital

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Sub Urban Bus Stand Road

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Race course/Karanji lake road near ATI & Police Bhavan



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