Bhubaneswar: While the city and its other half Cuttack have ample commute options available for the benefit of passengers be it public bus service or auto-rickshaws, an area which is situated right in the middle of the twin cities Bayalish Mouza abounding a population of more than half a lakh the lion share of which is yet to experience the city bus service as public dissatisfaction keeps growing in the area.
Some handful of five to seven villages thirty odd villages of Bayalish Mouza are completely dependent on roads over river bunds. Most public transportation seems to keep itself out of the transit as people have more to rely on walking than anything else for four to five km to reach the main road. Besides since the condition of the roads are not so pucca so buses do not run.
“We are facing lots of problems as we have to walk for some km to reach main road however important it may be. There is no bus service in our area. we have complained about the issue but to no avail,” a local said.
Keeping view of the fact voluntary organization like Chromatic has demanded the state road transport commission to look into the issue. Asking for immediate intervention into the issue Chromatic Mission’s Secretary Subrat Panda and other members submitted a written memorandum to transport commissioner.