Bengaluru, Jan 3: After 'Odd-Even' system commenced in national capital, now Karnataka may follow the suit to control air pollution and to get hold on increasing traffic in Bengaluru.
For the IT city that is witnessing massive surge of private vehicular traffic, it must scale up public transport across the place for convenience of the commuters.
Rame Gowda, Transport commissioner said to a media that " more than 10 lakh four wheelers ply on the city road everyday and before implementing this rule, we need to take certain initiative to materialize Odd-Even scheme, while increasing the BMTC buses fleet by at least 2,000.
While adding to that he even said " all matter has already been discussed before the Chief Minister, Siddaramaiah, but before making this scheme work out the government should consider all factors."
Meanwhile, M.A Saleem, Additional Commissioner told OneIndia that " Its all government decision and will follow the orders."
Nearly around 59 lakh car ply on road every day and to control traffic movement the transport minister is trying to encourage public vehicles, while state is mulling to borrow Delhi's traffic new traffic experiment.