1. Development of four master plan roads connecting the city
2. Administrative sanction of Rs 47 crores
3. Plan to call for tenders
In line with the idea of Chief Minister YS Jagan Mohan Reddy, VMRDA is preparing to develop every national highway in the city for the convenience of the traveling public. Towards this initiative, four highways that will connect to the city will be developed with an estimated cost of Rs. 47 crores and plans are afoot VMRDA is busy in the planning stage.
Speaking to Hello Vizag, P Koteswara Rao, VMRDA Commissioner said, as per the advice of the Chief Minister YS Jagan Mohan Reddy, we have identified busy highways which are connecting to the city. For this Masterplans are being developed. Apart from the development of junctions, we are on the initiative for the widening of the roads also. Very soon, we will call for tenders.
According to Master Plan, VMRDA has chosen 4 highways in the outskirts for development and connectivity to the inner city limits without causing much inconvenience and traffic. Plans are afoot to widen the highways from 80 feet to 150 feet. The government has given administrative sanction though in its letter dated on 7th of September to the works related to the 4 highways after going through the details of the project sent by the VMRDA recently.
Details of the Master Plan highways:
1. Kothavalasa cabin gate to Sabbavaram NH-5 (Development plan of two-lane road widening with an estimated cost of Rs. 9.70 crores.
2. Pedamushidivada junction to Parwada tri-junction (Development plan of 100 feet highway with an estimated cost of Rs. 14.45 crores.
3. Bheemili Police Station to Thagarapuvalasa (Development plan of 150 feet highway with an estimates cost of Rs. 17.30 crores)
4. NH-16 to Revenue Nagar (Development plan of 80 feet road with an estimated cost of Rs. 5.55 crores)
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