Yellow arrows- Ten feet wide road for 40% of traffic to turn towards kothrud.
red arrows: 10 feet wide flyover lane to go to Aundh.
Red dots- Traffic Lights on the highway.
Take this example- in Hinjawadi Chauk, there are a number of Water outlets- on the main road. In mornings, the residents will go there to fill water, leave the pipes open and cause overflows and waste water nearly equivalent to the full capacity of a water tanker. Considering that many companies in Hinjawadi need to be supplied water from outside and adding to it that Maharashtra is a drought prone state, this is sheer wastage of a crucial and limited resource. Once the water starts overflowing, there is no drainage system for it to flow into. So it flows on the roads- thereby weathering off the top surface of the road. Large number of potholes whose depth is difficult to judge when filled with the overflowing water creep up on that patch. How do the authorities react to this? Patch up the road- problem fixed! Come the 3rd month after repairs, this continued use of the pipes and taps, its the same sight all over again.