A simple task such as crossing the road at Sanjauli in Shimla has become quite challenging now. The road is clogged with heavy traffic. The elderly and children face a harrowing time in crossing the road, especially at the chowk. Efforts should be made to decongest the road.
— Devender, Sanjauli
Emission from vehicles a cause of worry
THERE is no check on high emission from vehicles, especially trucks and buses, which has become a cause for increase in pollution in Shimla. Though it is mandatory for all vehicles to have a pollution check certificate but in the absence of checking by the police, vehicle owners do not bother getting their vehicle checked for pollution. It becomes difficult for pedestrians on roads when vehicles emit high carbon emissions.
— Anupriya Sharma, Shimla
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