An educational institution should always be in a Silence zone where no vehicles are allowed to honk or the entry is restricted for buses.

Very few follow this rule and pose a menace to the surrounding areas. Why don't they understand that students as well teachers get disturbed? And that it's a main reason for sound pollution?

I live with my parents in a colony of Teacher's residence of a renowned university. There is a bus stop and a flyover nearby.

Vehicles plying through this flyover and vehicles stopping in the bus stop are so loud that they cause inconvenience to students, wardens and teachers alike.

No one gets to sleep peacefully at night. In spite of repeated warnings from the college authorities they continue to do the same. The Traffic Authority of this particular city should take quick action against people who break traffic rules.