Water logging has occurred in many areas of Bengaluru, affecting traffic, heavy rain expected in Karnataka till September 9.
Bengaluru: Rain brings respite from muggy weather by continuous heavy rain leads to severe waterlogging which affect normal vehicular movement. Due to heavy rain in Bengaluru, the city looks like a pond. Water logging occurred in many areas of Bengaluru after heavy overnight rains which leads to massive traffic jams.
The low-lying areas of Bangalore have been flooded. This is causing traffic problems. Heavy rains are expected in Karnataka till September 9.
Due to heavy rains in Bangalore, many places have been flooded. The city’s Outer Ring Road, Whitefield is full of water. Water has also been flooded in Varthur, Sarjapur Road area. Traffic is badly affected due to water logging.
Situation is terrifying at #Ecospace near Bellandur.
Vehicles are quite literally sinking.
Time 11:30 pm when this was shot… and rains show no sign of relenting.#bengalururains #Bengaluru pic.twitter.com/nSiRsqisQK
— Gautam (@gautyou) September 4, 2022
The administration says that at present it is not raining in Bangalore, but the water logging is causing problems. Soon the situation will be normalized.
— Suresh (@Suresh51925202) September 5, 2022
Due to heavy rains on Sunday, some low-lying areas of Bengaluru city were inundated. The city’s Outer Ring Road, Whitefield, Varthur and Sarjapur Road and their adjoining areas have been affected. However, it is a matter of relief that the rain has stopped since midnight and the sun has gone out this morning.
Bengaluru Municipal Corporation says that the situation will be normalized in most areas within the next 1-2 hours.
Traffic advisory issued:-
Owing to waterlogging traffic authorities ask commuters to avoid certain roads-
Outer Ring Road
Due to heavy water logging near echo world we are diverting the traffic to inside echo world campus to doddakannalli to connect Sarjapur main road Commuters please avoid this route if it's possible TQ. pic.twitter.com/GZcwpveDxY
— HAL AIRPORT TRAFFIC BTP (@halairporttrfps) September 5, 2022