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Old 22nd January 2008, 16:47   #31
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We do have guidelines that how much height the speed breakers should have and how much broader it should be. But it is never followed.
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I hate speedbreakers. :(
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Old 31st January 2008, 12:38   #33
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We do have guidelines that how much height the speed breakers should have and how much broader it should be. But it is never followed.

Just imagine the ill designed speed brakers in a unlit street, they cause more havoc than what they are supposed to do.
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Old 31st January 2008, 12:41   #34
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I have also seen same in my office. It is a pain. But may be save some life from CAB drivers and water tank lorries
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LOL.

I have seen these guys in SUV and trucks just fly over speed breakers.
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I'm wondering why Bangalore is having more no of speedbreakers when compared to other cities ?

Any specific reason ?
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I'm wondering why Bangalore is having more no of speedbreakers when compared to other cities ?

Any specific reason ?
I think the answer to the question is in the title of the thread itself - more IT companies, more speedbreakers!!!
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Update: One more added to the list.
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Old 18th February 2008, 12:49   #39
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We do have guidelines that how much height the speed breakers should have and how much broader it should be. But it is never followed.
Please share the details
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I'm wondering why Bangalore is having more no of speedbreakers when compared to other cities ?

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Thats because no one bothers to stop them, and also no check on how the speedbreakers are constructed.
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