Despite having high demand for parking facilities at its metro stations, only a few stations of Bengaluru’s Namma Metro have adequate parking space, reports Economic Times.
According to the report, nearly 12,000 two-wheelers and 2,000 four-wheelers are parked in the 19 stations of the metro service. However, four terminal stations of Namma Metro, which have the parking infrastructure, attract a high number of vehicles compared to other stations. The parking facilities at these stations allow commuters to drop their vehicles and take the train to their destinations.
Absence of parking infrastructure in the other 22 stations, including MG Road and Trinity Circle, of Bengaluru’s metro service has led to commuters parking their vehicles in the nearby residential lanes. Read More
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