Bangalore-My Favourite City in India

Hello readers,

For today's blogging assignment, I was given a topic to choose my favourite city in India and then talk about it in respect to these three key features- Design, Drive and Connect. I would say Bangalore is the most advanced city in India in respect to these three key points. I have heard a lot about Bangalore from people living there and also from people who come from that state to this state.
No doubt, Bangalore people are stylish and all the best fashion brand stores are available in Bangalore city. I have many friends living in Bangalore and I keep listening about the new advancements in that city. It is an ideal city to live in. It can be called a smart city in India.Bangalore scores for its atmosphere. It is less polluted city of India and that makes its everyone's favourite.

DESIGN: Lets first talk about Bangalore's in terms of design. It is the capital and largest city of the Indian state Karnataka. It is India's third largest city and fifth largest metropolitan areas.This city has good infrastructure . The city is well-designed. The bustling malls and high rise buildings makes it attractive. It provides a new face to contemporary India, one that the younger generations can relate to.

DRIVE: Bangalore's road network exceeds 3,000 km(1,800 mi) and consists of ring roads, arterial roads, sub-arterial roads and residential streets. Development of the city road infrastructure has revolved around imposing one-way traffic in certain areas , improving traffic flow in junctions, constructing ring roads, bridegs, flyoyers and other grade separators. It has better roads.

CONNECT: Bangalore is one of the important junctions of India. Bangalore City Railway Station is the main Railway Station serving the city of Bangalore, Karnataka, India. It is an important hub of the South-Western Railway and the Indian Railways. The station has 10 platforms and two entrances. It is one of the busiest stations in India. The bus service in Bangalore is second to none. They have low floor buses and covers major part of city with commendable service. The metro has started too and helping commuters to a large extent.

There are some flaws too which can be removed.  Office goers complain of getting stuck in traffic jams on the roads of Bangalore. Traffic management system must take off  in a city which is known as the Silicon Valley of India.

Bangalore's openness to innovation is remarkable just like Tata Motors 

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