BENGALURU: The Bangalore Metro Rail Corporation Limited (BMRCL) examines the opportunity to lay an exclusive station floor under Metro Phase II. In a mild, fashionable situation, the existing, shiny granite floors of Phase-I might be slippery. P Janardhan, a 38-year-old manager of a personal company, had even suffered a compound fracture on his proper hand after falling at Magadi Road Metro station. He had filed an FIR in opposition to the Metro station supervisor. He changed into the BMRCL office closing week to urge its senior officers to update the flooring.
BMRCL Managing Director Ajay Seth instructed TNIE, “The flooring in our stations is just like in airports, department stores, and other Metro stations in you. S. We have 4 lakh commuters visiting daily and feature not acquired court cases about it. However, BMRCL is open to the opportunity of an improvised surface inside the next section. We are checking if a distinct form of floors can be furnished for Phase-II stations.” He dominated the possibility of providing grip mats or anti-slip mats. Executive Director of Operations and Maintenance, BMRCL, A S Shankar, stated, “If we use mats, dirt could gather beneath them, and it may affect commuters’ health.”
TNIE spoke to several ordinary commuters across stations to recognize their enjoyment. The opinion turned into divided approximately the flooring. Vidya Shankar, a central authority worker who takes the Metro from Vijay Nagar Metro station to Kempe Gowda Metro Station, insists the Metro has helped her. “However, I want to be very cautious inside the station. I continually preserve the grill when using the steps, or I walk very slowly inside the concourse vicinity as I feel the ground is slippery. I often assume that with the tendencies in generation and many alternatives available, a few kinds of firm slabs want to be used,” she said.
On-board a educate to Baiyappanahalli, Bacchae Gowda says, “I locate the stations exquisite and feature in no way slipped although I use the Metro often. Why are humans strolling to board an education while its methods? Those who hurry like this could fall.”
Monica, a PUC pupil, says, “I do not feel the floor inside is firm, and I wear difficult boots every time I use the Metro.”
A Home Guard at one of the Metro stations said, “The component beyond the yellow line, closer to the teach tracks, also has difficult granite. There is not any hassle there. However, the station vicinity and maximum of the systems have finer granite floors which are slippery.”
A senior housework staffer says the automated ground scrubbers at the Metro stations use chemicals and water for cleansing.