In , this number has increased to 14 lakhs cars alone. Bengaluru is the fifth largest metropolitan city in India in terms of population but just second in terms of vehicle population. The numbers make the reality quite clear. Get in-depth and insightful stories on issues that affect you every day! This follows the national pattern of a boom in private vehicles, where in six years between to , In , the number of cars registered in the city were 3,44, In , four academics published an article in the International Journal of Environment Technology and Management that analysed eight years of air pollution data in Bengaluru from to If we look at it specifically in the context of cars alone, the first 1 crore cars took 55 years from to get on Indian roads.
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