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Traffic pressure has reduced on Savar-Ashulia road


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  • Published: 15 Jun 2024, 11:25 AM

Relief has returned after suffering on the Savar-Ashulia road during the Eid journey. After a long time of traffic jam in the night, the traffic pressure is reduced in the morning and the people are returning to their destination smoothly.
 
On Saturday (June 15) morning, visit Aminbazar, Hemayetpur, Ulail, Savar Bus Stand, Nabinagar, Nayarhat and Nabinagar-Chandra Highway Bypile, Sreepur, Jirani, Kabirpur and DEPZ-Ashulia-Abdullahpur Road Unique, Jamgra, Jirabo and Ashulia Bazar. A picture of relief can be seen on the road.

Abdullah, a passenger of Welcome Bus, said, I left Gulistan at 7:30 am. However, there was no need to sit in traffic for a long time anywhere on the road. He said that he had reached Nabinagar without suffering.

On the other hand, Nabil Basar's passenger Popi Akter told Dhaka Post that he came from Gabtali to Bypile. There was no need to sit anywhere except to pick up passengers.

 

On the other hand, Arif Hossain, the driver of the address bus, told Dhaka Post that there was a lot of traffic last night. It took more than 4 hours for me to reach Chandra with passengers. However, there was no traffic jam in the morning.

Ayub Ali, in-charge of Savar Highway Police Station, that the passengers had to suffer a bit during the night. However, there is no traffic jam anywhere even though there is a lot of traffic since morning. Besides, the police officer also said that the police are active in solving traffic jams at various points.

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