Due to the additional buses and private automobiles that would be on the road, Bengaluru police have made the necessary preparations to manage the traffic.
Live Traffic Updates for Bengaluru: All private taxis, taxis, maxis, and autorickshaws will not operate on Monday due to a strike called by the transportation unions. This will last until midnight on Monday. The bandh will demonstrate the effect on employees who will be traveling to work during the working day.
Police warning and alert for bandh day.
Due to the additional buses and private automobiles that would be on the road, Bengaluru police have made the necessary preparations to manage the traffic. Traffic jams are anticipated there as well because the transport unions have also called for a march in the Central Bengaluru district.
The Karnataka government has taken steps to address the strike by agreeing to ply more buses on different routes; nonetheless, commuters may experience some discomfort as they negotiate the anticipated rush on Monday during peak hours.
On Monday, Bengaluru police warned commuters to stay off the following four routes because protesters might be holding a rally there.
Roads near Majestic Bus Stand and Freedom Park include KG Road, Sheshadri Road, and GT Road.