Anand Mahindra shares road design that handles traffic without traffic signals

Anand Mahindra is the chairman and managing director of Mahindra Group. Notably, he is one of the most loved and most-admired personalities in every nook and corner of the country. The highly-successful entrepreneur is also quite active on the micro-blogging Twitter platform.

Every now and then, the most famous businessman comes up with exciting or catchy tweets to engage with his fans and followers on social media.

From posting Monday motivation stuff to expressing his opinions, the Twitter fraternity has seen it all. At the same time, he never shies away from giving befitting or epic replies to the haters on social media.

We have repeatedly seen that Mahindra has a knack for shutting the critics with classy and bossy replies. On the other hand, he also has an incredible sense of humour, something that the netizens would love to the core.

Anand Mahindra shares road design that handles traffic without traffic signals

Meanwhile, the industrialist made the headlines after he shared a productive road design that perfectly handles the traffic without the traffic signals.

Impressed by the design, Anand Mahindra called it “fascinating”. “Fascinating. A design by a Yemeni engineer Muhammad Awas (developed in 2016) which continuously regulates traffic without traffic lights using ‘half round-abouts’. But does it involve a higher use of fuel?” tweeted Anand Mahindra.

Here’s what the netizens had to say:-

A user commented, “You know it takes more amount of fuel to restart the engine than to keep it running.” On the other hand, another user wrote, “This makes me very uncomfortable. So many bottlenecks. And unnecessary long routes even when there is no traffic. The whole structure feels like, it will be the biggest contributor to traffic. Multilevel flyovers will be so much better.”

A third user commented, “This model is inefficient as it causes more usage of fuel and requires more time even for left turns. Statistically, roundabouts cause less accidents than signals.”