With the Chandigarh organization's choice to close the primary parking area of Sector 22B to change over it into a green belt and make space near to the ISBT at Sector 17 rather, the municipal corporation (MC) has kept in touch with the administration saying the move was not plausible and the choice may draw fire from individuals and brokers. As per the proposition, individuals, who wish to visit this belt of Sector 22, should stop over the street close ISBT and come strolling, utilizing a table-best intersection.
In a letter to the chief architect, the central architect of the urban body has recommended that an underground multilevel stopping might be considered there with an arranged region.
"The way to deal with the business focus at Sector 22 through single metro may not demonstrate adequate to hold the surge of both the parking garages. There is additionally an anxiety that the stopping place at a separation may welcome hatred from the brokers and clients as found in Sector 17," the letter said.
It additionally expressed, "As indicated by the study of the MC designing wing, there are 395 autos and 786 bikes between 12 pm and 2 pm and the number copies at night."
While, as indicated by the new parking spot that the organization is arranging close Sector 17 ISBT, the MC designing wing found that lone 150 autos and 100 bikes can be accommodated.
Sources said there will be a meeting with main architect, dealers and the MC on the issue now. There are more than 3,000 dealers who have debilitated to close shop if the Sector 22 parking area is shut.
A year ago, the civil partnership had shut the two parking areas of Sector 17 — Empire Store and Sahib Singh — as they needed to build up the square and in addition the green space there.
Be that as it may, the dealers were set up to brawl. Guaranteeing that their business was getting influenced, they shut the square, dissented lastly the civil enterprise needed to give in and open the parking areas.
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