Rethink the plans for Polling Day, as Kolkata vehicles goes out of the road on the last phase of Lok Sabha Election 2019. Public transport has been thinning out in the past few days, with commuters hustling in the remaining vehicles, and app cabs charging high fares. Kolkata has been gearing up for the 7th or the penultimate phase of Lok Sabha Elections for quite some time now with private, public and mini-buses requisitioned for Poll duty. According to reports, 1200 private buses and 1200 mini-buses has been summoned for election duty out of the 3500 buses city currently have for transport. Including Jadavpur, Barasat and Dum Dum of the 9 constituencies, 3000 buses have been requisitioned for election purposes. Apart from the buses, around 3500 app cabs have also been seized, which cover 15% of the total app cabs around the city. Out of the 1200 private buses seized, Polling officials will use 327 buses in North Kolkata, and 260 in South Kolkata. Various shuttle bus services have been introduced to cope with the commute pressure are they become an instant hit, active mainly to and from Sec V to Rajarhat area. The vehicles in Kolkata will start thinning out from Saturday afternoon onwards, as vehicles were asked to report to the returning officers by 1pm on Friday. It is still a blessing that Kolkata polling date is on 19th May, due to being on a weekend, the pressure will be generally low, and are expected the get normal from Monday, 20th May evening.