An association representing companies along this stretch has cautioned that if reflectors are not provided on the barricades, they will be responsible for numerous accidents during nights.
The cases and fines pertain to the limited period of metro operations from March 24 to April 27 and again from July 1 to July 13.
A senior BBMP official too conceded that this line of thinking had been proposed and will be finalised in a meeting with DULT in a couple of days.
The first step towards readying the much awaited Outer Ring Road Line of Metro began a couple of days ago with the commencement of soil testing works.
The maximum participation was witnessed for the third package, a 15-km line with two stations at Bettahalasuru and Doddajala.
The order also said that the project will be completed within five years.
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In light of the pandemic and the resultant labour shortage, the launch of the second line of Metro Phase-II between Mysuru Road and Kengeri has been postponed by a month to July.
Chief Minister B S Yediyurappa on Monday fixed deadlines for two keenly awaited Metro projects - June 2025 for the Outer Ring Road Line, and September 2025 for the Airport Line.
The Centre had given its clearance for the 38.44 km line with 17 stations airport line on April 20 and the contract was to be awarded by May 15.
Many citizens are also preparing a petition to approach the High Court against the state government, BBMP and BMRCL.
Public transport campaigner Sanjeev Dyamannavar was skeptical of the project deadlines and ridership on the routes.
The final segment of the viaduct, the base on which rails are laid for running trains, has been completed on the section from Beratena Agrahara station to Bommanahalli Metro station on Tuesday.
He said that a three-member security team has been travelling in trains and warning violators since last week.