28th September 2016 -Day 272 of 366

asphalt flying at nerul flyover
Asphalt flies in the air from the broken roads on the first Nerul flyover today at Nerul. As the rains stop and all the water in the potholes have evaporated, it leaves behind a lot of dust and broken asphalt that flies as vehicles pass by. Major sections of the Sion Panvel Highway are in the worst conditions ever. Roads are so broken that riding is a nightmare. The contractors end up putting some blocks here are there but never doing justice to the job and the roads are in the same shape after a few days. The concerned authorities don’t want the roads in good shape so that they can keep on working on them as well as make some cash during the process. The politics behind this never stops and its the lives of people at stake. These roads are a serious threat to motorists who commute through this main route and a permanent solution is nowhere near.

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