Ten Second Takeaway

LBB and The Times of India, along with eight Instagrammers, took to the busiest parts of town to photograph and bring attention to the dire traffic situation in our city. This was part of TOI’s #LetsGetMoving campaign.


There are a few things that unite us all in this city and unfortunately, the hectic traffic is one of those. As common an ice-breaker as the weather, we can’t deny that the situation seems to be going bad to worse.

The first step is awareness

We decided to get The Times of India on board, planned a photocrawl to highlight the situation and to support their #LetsGetMoving campaign, which aims to create awareness about the state of affairs on our roads. The areas covered were Chirag Dilli, Nehru Place, Panscheel Park and AIIMS- all notoriously jam-packed during rush hour.

Take a look at the photographs below.

In the waiting line at Panchsheel Park

#LetsGetMoving! @lbbdelhi and #TOIDelhi are trying to make Delhi traffic better #ifoundawesome

A video posted by Anunay Sood (@anunaysood) on

It never stops, just like time- at Panchsheel Park

Biding time at Chirag Dilli

No matter which colour you spin it- at Nehru Place

In a sea of cars at Chirag Dilli

#Letsgetmoving Delhi! Clicking pictures of the Crowded and conjusted Traffic of Delhi with @lbbdelhi ! #ifoundawesome

A photo posted by #travelerwithfeetandstories (@travelerwithfeetandstories) on

You ain’t going nowhere fast- at Chirag Dilli

Find out more about the campaign here.

Follow them on Facebook here.

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