Summary: "This road generally witnesses traffic, but the repair work has added to our woes as it makes driving difficult. BMC's Deputy Chief Engineer (Roads) Pradeep Watave said, "The road work has been delayed due to quarries being shut. To add to the chaos, traffic from Carnac road and Lokmanaya Tilak road meets at Mohammed Ali Road. Since it has a market, there are hundreds of visitors on a daily basis and high traffic flow. One such is South Mumbai's Mohammed Ali Road, also known as Old Palton road.
BMC blames shutdown of quarries as reason for delay, claims road repair works will conclude in the next eight days and road will be motorable It is only a matter of 12 odd days for the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation's (BMC) road department to meet its deadline. However, it looks like the BMC may need to carry out road repairs way beyond the set deadline so as to make quite a few roads in the city motorable. One such is South Mumbai's Mohammed Ali Road, also known as Old Palton road. The stretch, which houses Manish market, is being repaired by the BMC for the past two months , As Reported By DNAIndia.
According to the Newspaper,The continuous work has resulted in extreme traffic congestion even during off-peak hours. It remains a big worry for commuters as they fear it will lead to longer traffic snarls during the monsoon. To add to the chaos, traffic from Carnac road and Lokmanaya Tilak road meets at Mohammed Ali Road. Repair machinery occupies most of the road which also makes it difficult for pedestrians. "This road generally witnesses traffic, but the repair work has added to our woes as it makes driving difficult.
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