137 Link Roads To Be Laid To Check City Traffic: KTR

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Hyderabad, Nov.9 (Maxim News): Municipal and Industries Minister KT Rama Rao today said that 137 link roads to be laid for improving connectivity in the city.

The minister told media persons that a plan is being implemented to spend Rs 313.65 cr for the roads to check traffic snarls.

KTR inaugurated a new road facility at jubilee hills Road no 45 route with Rs. 23.10 crores, linking old Mumbai highway to leather park area. KTR has also laid foundation for VUC bridge nearby. The link road from Old Bowenpally to Engineering Staff College via Delhi Public school length of 2.30 Kms with Rs.19.51. another link road of 1.20 km length inaugurated from Road old Bombay Rd No..45. H.T llines with 15.54 Crores and 1.20 Km link road Miyapur high way to H.T.Lines with 9.61 Crores. This road is to be developed like Necklace road and GHMC has developed other lakes as that of Durgam Cheruvu. Hyderabad is one of the fastest growing cities in India wherein life standards are at highest level.

Our aim is to reduce traffic problems as well as pollution by taking timely action, he asserted. For the purpose missing roads and link roads are to be developed on a priority basis, the minister reiterated. To make it an international city we have to improve the roads and make better connectivity he added.

The Industries minister said that 35 link roads are to be completed as planned. There are some roads which are cut and delinked destinations he said. There are 35 link roads at various levels of completion KTR has said.

The minister reiterated that the roads will be developed to ensure smooth ride and journey. The government is for providing better road connectivity, facilities and infrastructure in the city.

Ministers Sabitha Indra Reddy, Talasani Srinivas Yadav, MP Ranjit Reddy, MLC Naveen Rao, MLA Arekepudi Gandhi, Corporatorss Nagender, Venkatesh, Zonal Commissioner Ravi Kiran, Chief Engineer Zia Uddin and others participated in the program. (Maxim News)

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