DH & Citizens for Civic Amenities: De-jamming Bengaluru

DH & Citizens for Civic Amenities: De-jamming Bengaluru

De-jamming Bengaluru roads: The sustainable way out

Chaotic, unmanageable and exploding, Bengaluru’s notorious traffic has crossed every limit. All efforts by the city traffic police to control its further descent into disorder have had very limited success. 

Can a determined shift to sustainable transport solutions effect a course correction now? Or should we continue with road infrastructure projects designed to aid more personal, private vehicles? Is there a third way out?

To debate this critical question of mobility and traffic, DH is once again stepping in as a robust platform of change and interface between the government and citizens. 

Our active partnership with citizens, civic groups and the government had translated to a highly interactive event on solid waste management on October 6. A Citizens Charter, formulated after the event and submitted to the State, has already activated the government to propose critical policy changes. 

Taking this forward, DH has organized its second public interaction of the series on December 1. The event will trigger a discussion on “De-jamming Bengaluru roads: The Sustainable way out” and throw it open for citizens’ feedback.

Presenting their views and responding to citizens’ queries will be Additional Commissioner of Police, Traffic, P Harishekaran; Transport Department Principal Secretary B Basavaraaju, IAS; transportation expert Ashish Verma and the Bengaluru Bus Commuters Forum's Vinay Sreenivasa.

Date: December 1
Venue: The Chancery Pavilion, Residency Road
Time: 5 P.M. to 6:30 P.M.
High Tea: 4:30 P.M.
Registration: Online registration is mandatory for attendees. Sign up by completing the form below.
If available, a limited number of seats may be offered for on-site registration at 4:30 P.M.