Wednesday, February 17, 2010

ABC Wednesday - E for elevated walkways

Elevated walkways being built in Bandra to enable a hassle free walk for the pedestrian.
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23 comments:

  1. We could surely use some of those! Terrific shot!

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  2. Ditto. I wish we had more of these...walking across streets in Salem with drivers who don't pay attention can be very dangerous.

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  3. These are wonderful things to have. It is always such a hassle to try to get to your car carrying your treasures or luggage!

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  4. The walkways are good for everyone. Perfect choice for E.

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  5. Oh to be above the fray!


    Namaste, Master Photog





    Comfort Spiral

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  6. Great to be able to escape from the busy traffic, no jams using the elevated walkway!

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  7. A great idea! Nice photo, as well!

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  8. This looks like a good solution to get pedestrians away from vehicular congestion.

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  9. Wow, this work has been on since so long. Quite some time now that I've been working from home... haven't seen the progress lately... cool to see it's about to get over...

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  10. Not just Bandra sir. All over town. from Bhandup to kandivali!

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  11. Umm..I heard that though they have help there are new problems emerging..

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  12. cela donne une photo tres graphique

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  13. Nicely done.
    Thanks so much for participating in ABC Wednesday.
    Denise (ABC Team)

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  14. This is such a lot of convenience to pedestrians, especially in Mumbai!

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  15. I'll bet they're great for taking photos, I wish we had more of them.

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  16. The walkways there have been in news articles here - a good idea, but I wonder how many places do they go?
    Three Rivers Daily Photo

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  17. Talk about getting above it all... - Ramblin' with Roger

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  18. In Singapore, they are called over head bridge, Often people are too lazy to use them and you get a casualty.

    What do you think about the Sporting in India. It is big news here, and some teams are withdrawing.

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  19. In Singapore, they are called over head bridge, Often people are too lazy to use them and you get a casualty.

    What do you think about the Sporting in India. It is big news here, and some teams are withdrawing.

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  20. wow!!..its gud u brought 2 our notice abt its presnce!!

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  21. wow!!..its gud u brought 2 our notice abt its presnce!!

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  22. I'll bet they're great for taking photos, I wish we had more of them.

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