Goa: Inundated Seraulim Underpass Leaves Commuters Struggling

Goa: Inundated Seraulim Underpass Leaves Commuters Struggling

Though the Konkan railway had promised to find a solution to the waterlogging, the ground reality at the subway has not changed for the better, as evident by the inundation of the subway on Sunday.

THE GOAN NETWORKUpdated: Tuesday, June 11, 2024, 03:44 PM IST
article-image

Margao: It’s just the first rains of the monsoon season, and the Seraulim underpass was inundated with water, leaving motorists inconvenienced.

The Seraulim subway, which had gained notoriety over a host of issues, including inundation during monsoons, had been in the news recently after a road accident snuffed out the life of a young rider from Navelim.

Villagers Call For Inspection Of The Seraulim Subway

Villagers had recently called for an inspection of the Seraulim subway to find out the causes behind the waterlogging at the road underpass even after the monsoons. Though the Konkan railway had promised to find a solution to the waterlogging, the ground reality at the subway has not changed for the better, as evident by the inundation of the subway on Sunday.

Local residents have feared that the situation will only aggravate during the heavy monsoons, leaving them to face severe hardships, since the frequency of the Seraulim road level crossing is shut for the trains to run.

RECENT STORIES

'Contractors Will Need To Compensate If Sub-Standard Work Detected In Ongoing Project Quality...

'Contractors Will Need To Compensate If Sub-Standard Work Detected In Ongoing Project Quality...

Tamnar Power Transmission Project Will Be Inaugurated In October 2024: Goa CM Pramod Sawant

Tamnar Power Transmission Project Will Be Inaugurated In October 2024: Goa CM Pramod Sawant

Goa Congress Holds Maiden Worker Meet To Bolster Presence In Canacona

Goa Congress Holds Maiden Worker Meet To Bolster Presence In Canacona

Goa: Iron Ore Transport Limit Sparks Controversy In Bombay HC

Goa: Iron Ore Transport Limit Sparks Controversy In Bombay HC

Goa: Thieves Steal Jewellery Worth ₹4.5 Lakh From Villa In Marna-Siolim; Case Registered

Goa: Thieves Steal Jewellery Worth ₹4.5 Lakh From Villa In Marna-Siolim; Case Registered