Dhaka city dwellers have been requested to avoid Airport Road for 60 hours from tomorrow evening as traffic situation may worsen due to the development work of Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) project.
The abhorrent traffic on Airport Road have left very few inhabitants of surrounding regions unscathed.
Vehicles start to move on the busy Airport Road in Dhaka after the protesting ready-made garments workers withdrew the blockade that was imposed around noon.
Thank you mayor Annisul Huq for showing us what a city father could do if he had the vision, capability and resolve to improve a city. Sad that you died too early and too suddenly. Tomorrow will be a year since you left us, while on the path to make your dream come true.
The owner of the Jabal-e-Noor Paribahan that ran over two students and triggered mass protests has been detained, law enforcers say.
An oil tanker of Meghna Petroleum with 9000 litres of fuel turns turtle when it takes a u-turn on the Airport Road in Dhaka’s Ashkona area.
Once upon a time city people have to go to the zoo or out into the jungle to see elephants. But now, people can find elephants, most of them in a sorry state, on many city streets as they are used for collecting money from the commuters. Take for example, people commuting through the Airport Road are seen panicking, when their vehicles were barred by an elephant, creating havoc on the road near Kuril flyover in Dhaka.
The man was lying flat on the road, bleeding profusely. He raised his right hand and waved weakly for help. His motorbike was lying two feet away near the road divider only 50 yards off Hotel Radisson.