Mar­ket­ing & Sales Man­ager

Citadel - - PUNEITES SPEAK -

The mon­soons have ar­rived, and with them we have is­sues like man­holes be­ing kept open and pot­holes cre­ated due to bad road con­struc­tion. ach year, we face the same prob­lems. The ma­jor ar­eas af­fected are usu­ally newly con­structed roads on the city out­skirts. The PCMC and PMC each year start work­ing on fill­ing the pot­holes or do­ing patch­work in the months of pril-May so as to not face the prob­lem. f we check the num­ber of pot­holes and man­holes be­ing un­cov­ered, there are sev­eral mea­sure­ments taken to cover them. ut no suc­cess is achieved as no work is com­pleted. The strug­gle for com­muters is now mainly caused due to di­ver­sions in the area near hadki to om­bay ap­pers Road, as the roads are be­ing re­con­structed by ce­ment. The roads are ac­ces­si­ble as one ways, caus­ing traf­fic jams at peak hours. The work on roads is con­stant with ce­ment roads, the chances of pot­holes seem to get less. The PMC claims that ci­ti­zens have been de­mand­ing an over­bridge and as per the panel, the ar­eas fi­nal­ized in­clude Pune-Mum­bai igh­way, hmed­na­gar Road, Ma­gara­p­atta Road, ho­la­pur Road, ond­hwa, atara Road, ib­ve­wadi Road, ehru Road, aner Road, undh and niver­sity Road. peed break­ers are more dan­ger­ous than pot­holes. The num­ber of speed-break­ers is higher in the Pim­ple auda­gar area and in­hagad area seems to have well ce­mented roads. e are happy about Pune of­fi­cially bag­ging the 10th po­si­tion in the clean­li­ness sur­vey held re­cently, which gives us hope about bet­ter in­fra­struc­ture and good man­age­ment in the com­ing years

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