Bengaluru: Peenya flyover closure results in traffic jams in nearby regions

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17-01-2024

    Pillars are undergoing a quality test

    The flyover established connectivity across 18 regions of Bengaluru

    The task could have been taken up on Sankranthi: Bike driver

The closure of the Peenya flyover has resulted in a commotion with regard to the flow of traffic in many parts of Bengaluru. The flyover established connectivity across 18 regions of Bengaluru. It was closed at 11 PM on January 16th owing to the load testing that is taking place. There is a huge traffic jam in regions which are in close proximity to the flyover. 

The integrity of the viaduct on the flyover is being tested. The prohibition would last for a period of 3 days. This is to ensure that the flyover is safe for the vehicles to commute. A verdict with regard to the viability of travel will be passed after the testing. 

Apart from the pillar which is undergoing repair, the remaining pillars are undergoing a quality test. Whether the flyover which was used by light vehicles would be able to sustain heavy vehicles is the question of the hour. 

Speaking to NewsFirst, a bike driver stuck in a jam expressed his concern. “There was a government holiday 2 days back. The task could have been taken up on that occasion. This is causing issues to office goers,” he said.

Bengaluru: Peenya flyover closure results in traffic jams in nearby regions

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    Pillars are undergoing a quality test

    The flyover established connectivity across 18 regions of Bengaluru

    The task could have been taken up on Sankranthi: Bike driver

The closure of the Peenya flyover has resulted in a commotion with regard to the flow of traffic in many parts of Bengaluru. The flyover established connectivity across 18 regions of Bengaluru. It was closed at 11 PM on January 16th owing to the load testing that is taking place. There is a huge traffic jam in regions which are in close proximity to the flyover. 

The integrity of the viaduct on the flyover is being tested. The prohibition would last for a period of 3 days. This is to ensure that the flyover is safe for the vehicles to commute. A verdict with regard to the viability of travel will be passed after the testing. 

Apart from the pillar which is undergoing repair, the remaining pillars are undergoing a quality test. Whether the flyover which was used by light vehicles would be able to sustain heavy vehicles is the question of the hour. 

Speaking to NewsFirst, a bike driver stuck in a jam expressed his concern. “There was a government holiday 2 days back. The task could have been taken up on that occasion. This is causing issues to office goers,” he said.

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