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The Great Bangalore Tin Factory Junction Traffic Jam

The Great Bangalore Tin Factory Junction Traffic Jam

A view of the omnipresent traffic jam at the infamous Tin Factory junction neat KR Puram Railway station in Bangalore, the bane of Bangalore commuters. This photo shows only the traffic coming in from the railway station side along a ...

Bangalore’s Notorious Tin Factory Jn on a Rainy Night

Bangalore’s Notorious Tin Factory Jn on a Rainy Night

The Tin Factory Jn in Bangalore is pure horror. It is part of the Tin Factory-KR Puram Railway station traffic jam complex, where jams are found 24 hours. IN this stretch, 11 roads meet in addition to two major interstate ...

“Aerial” View of Old Madras Road – Quintessential Bangalore!

“Aerial” View of Old Madras Road – Quintessential Bangalore!

View of Old Madras Road, one of Bangalore’s arterial roads from atop the railway line overbridge that crosses above it just after the Tin Factory junction. This shot in short captures a microcosm of Bengaluru. The looming mall on the ...

The Great Marathahalli Traffic Jam – at Night.

The Great Marathahalli Traffic Jam – at Night.

Traffic Jam at Marathahalli in Bangalore under the bridge towards both sides at around¬†10¬†in the night! The junction of the “IT corridors” Marathahalli is getting to be the worst place in Bangalore with decrepit, crumbling infrastructure, very high levels of ...

The Great Marathahalli Traffic Jam

The Great Marathahalli Traffic Jam

The infamous traffic jam at Marathahalli under the bridge on the Ring Road on a pleasant rainy evening. Marathahalli is one of the worst places in Bangalore, a concrete jungle with perennial traffic jams, narrow roads, crowded everything, polluted air ...

Just Another Pleasant Evening on the Marathahalli Bridge…

Just Another Pleasant Evening on the Marathahalli Bridge…

A traffic jam atop the new, three laned Railway over bridge in Marathahalli, Bangalore. This was a daily occurence every day until they banned left/right turns on the ORR over bridge where this jam had its origin. One would be ...