To provide citizens with a signal-free transportation system, the GHMC prioritized the provision of necessary infrastructure through the SRDP.
GHMC completed various infrastructure development projects such as the construction of flyovers, ROBs, underpass roads, slip roads, and so on. These projects are being completed in stages, with the majority of them now open to the public.
Similarly, the SRDP funded the construction of a flyover in Nagole, which is now nearing completion. Once operational, it will make it much easier for traffic to travel from L.B.Nagar to Uppal, and then to Yadadri Bhongir and Warangal. Similarly, getting to Secunderabad, ECIL, will be easy and simple.
The GHMC undertook 41 different types of works, and another six works were undertaken through R&B, HMDA, and N.H., for a total of 47. So far, 31 of 47 works have been completed, three of which are from other departments. As per the reports, 17 works have been completed and opened to the public under the SRDP so far, including seven ROBs and five underpass bridges.
According to the reports, the GHMC spent Rs 143.58 crore on Nagole Bridge construction, land acquisition, and utility shifting, and Rs 69 crore on civil work for 990 meters of flyover corridor. The two-way flyover is 24 meters wide and has a six-lane bi-directional carriageway.
Reinforced Earth (R.E) wall was built with 23 pillars and 22 spans of 600 meters via-duct position and 300 meters approach length.
With this, the flyover would allow motorists to travel between Uppal and LB Nagar without stopping. It also ensures smooth traffic flow from Uppal to Chandrayangutta and significantly reduces travel time on this high-traffic stretch. Motorists traveling to Uppal, ECIL, the Yadadri Bhuvanagiri district, and Warangal will benefit from the new flyover in the same way.
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