Commuters are furious about the Dharwad road's delayed concretization.

PWD contractor Subhas Patil says work on the stretch has been postponed due to work on a water pipeline . Potholes are strewn across the two-kilometer stretch of road due to heavy rainfall .

Hubballi: Vehicle travel on this arterial road is being hindered by a long delay in the concretization of the stretch between Karnataka College Circle and Dasanakoppa Circle in Dharwad.In addition, the length of this highway is jammed with potholes, turning the commute into a nigh-nightmarish experience.The department of public works is being accused of putting the scheme through its paces, much to the dismay of regular commuters.The route connects Dasanakoppa Circle to Bharati Nagar, Rani Chennamma Circle, Silver Orchard, and other places, according to sources.

On the track, you will find residential quarters of various government departments.Potholes are strewn across the two-kilometer stretch of road due to heavy rainfall.According to a source, construction on the stretch has been postponed due to a lack of contact between the water board and the public works department.According to PWD contractor Subhas Patil, construction on the stretch has been postponed due to work on a water pipeline.

As the stretch between Dasanakoppa Circle and Karnataka College Circle becomes open to traffic, Raghavendra M, a commuter dissatisfied with the work's slow pace, said, We need to take a detour to reach many places that can be reached sooner if we take the road.At the very least, the authorities must complete work on this track.