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The limited launch of the metro tomorrow is unlikely to make any real dent in Dhaka's traffic problem
Dhaka Metropolitan Police requested the candidates of SSC and its equivalent examinations to start early for their exam centres as traffic situation turned worst in last couple of days.
Commuters on Airport Road have been suffering since this morning as a tailback of few kilometres was created on the Dhaka-Mymensingh highway.
The notoriety of Dhaka’s traffic is now daily news. Civil society members have been venting frustration about this maddening crisis.
A walkable city prioritises pedestrians over motorised vehicles in urban planning.
Fewer than three percent of registered vehicles in Dhaka city are buses and minibuses, exposing the poor public-transport situation of the capital, where over two crore people live.
On the occasion of Father of the Nation's birth anniversary, Dhaka streets are seeing significantly less traffic today than in previous two days.
Dhaka city residents were stuck on the road today as traffic came to standstill for the second consecutive day.
The metro rail construction work on 8km of the capital’s key thoroughfares has made the chaotic traffic even worse, largely because steps have not been taken for better use of the narrowed down streets, experts and officials said.
A circular bus service which will run on Dhanmondi-New Market-Azimpur route has hit the roads in a bid to bring down traffic jam in Dhanmondi and nearby areas.
The garment workers free Saat Rasta intersection (Shaheed Tajuddin Ahmad Sarani) in Dhaka’s Tejgaon area one and a half hours after they blocked the road demanding a hike in their wages.
Vehicular movement across several points in Dhaka city come to an almost standstill, causing suffering for commuters. Posts are flooding Traffic Alert group in Facebook where people were complaining about today’s unusual traffic congestion in the city.
Traffic from Banasree, Badda, Rampura, and Hatirjheel used to converge on Pragati Sarani near Rampura TV station and it was a messy affair. Commuters previously feared the intersection but now a cheap U-loop has made a huge difference.
If a player is extremely lucky, a 50-over cricket match will take 14 hours of his time. Under normal -- many may say abnormal --
Students of seven Dhaka University affiliated colleges threaten to go for further agitation rejecting the vice-chancellor’s proposal for publishing the results by February 25.
A double-decker bus of Dhaka University takes the wrong side in Shahbagh area despite the authorities’ decision to cancel a route if buses are seen using the wrong way. The driver of Chaitali, the Mirpur-bound bus from the campus, was seen plying the wrong side near the National Museum, reports our correspondent from the spot.
The Dhaka University authorities have decided to cancel a route if university buses are seen plying the wrong side of the road. In an internal meeting recently, the authorities took the decision after their repeated efforts to stop the menace, our DU correspondent reports quoting Proctor Prof AM AMzad Ali.