Bengaluru, often known as India’s Silicon Valley, is well-known for its terrible traffic congestion. The city’s dramatic ascent as a major IT and economic center has resulted in fast population growth and a spike in the number of cars on its highways.
Bengaluru has considerable traffic congestion regularly due to its large concentration of technology businesses, educational institutions, and a growing population. As a result, traveling in the city may squander hours of valuable time, as this image of a lady working on her laptop while stopped in traffic demonstrates.
Woman Works On Her Laptop While Stalled In Traffic
— Nihar Lohiya (@nihar_lohiya) May 16, 2023
The popular image shows a lady, allegedly an IT expert, working on her laptop while riding on a Rapido bike through Bengaluru’s packed streets. The girl appeared to be on her way to work and may have begun working after being late, owing to the traffic bottleneck.
The image that was uploaded on Twitter initially is receiving a lot of attention online.
The Cause Of The Traffic
A truck hit a tree near the military gate of the service road near Ibbalur on the Outer Ring Road and the tree fell down causing traffic congestion, the motorists coming from Silk Board towards Ibbulur Junction are hereby requested to move on an alternate road route. pic.twitter.com/54vTYiVQBB
— Sujeetha Salman , IPS (@DCPSouthTrBCP) May 16, 2023
The gridlock on the route, on the other hand, was created by a truck-damaged tree at the military gate of the service road near Ibbalur on the Outer Ring Road.
Sujeetha Salman, the deputy commissioner of police (traffic south division), tweeted information to commuters, advising them to “take an alternate road route.”
People React To It
Look how many people reacted to what happened:
— Hsnake Gupta (@mastamma) May 16, 2023
Glorifying terrible infrastructure is bad. We are going the Mumbai way where every fucking flood due to rain gets glorified as Spirit of Mumbai. Let’s not do the same to our city!
Call spade a spade! https://t.co/nmPHm4nxVH
— Nandakishore K (@nandakishorek) May 16, 2023
Imagine the pressure, the feeling of lost in your own city where you work 10+hours a day, the disdain. All she required was a smooth traffic-less road where she could commute peacefully from her home and not account for the “extra” hour it takes to commute through a 5KM stretch
— souravbasuroy (@souravbasuroy) May 16, 2023
What do you have to say about this? Would you appreciate her dedication or focus on blaming the terrible infrastructure? Let us know!