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Hyderabad: Shilpa Layout flyover to be inaugurated by KTR today

Telangana minister of Municipal Administration and Urban Development K. T. Rama Rao is set to inaugurate the Shilpa Layout flyover today. The inauguration is scheduled for 4:15 p.m. at Shilpa Layout, Gachibowli.

KTR confirmed the inauguration on Twitter, writing, ‘Will be opening yet another Infrastructure project improving connectivity to ORR & decongesting Gachibowli junction tomorrow’.

He also stated that it is the 17th project completed by the Greater Hyderabad Municipal Corporation (GHMC) in the last six years under the Strategic Road Development Program (SRDP).

The facility was built by the Greater Hyderabad Municipal Corporation (GHMC), which has been working on creating infrastructure to accommodate the growing number of vehicles on city roads as part of the SRDP.

Improved connectivity between Hitec City and Financial District

The Shilpa Layout flyover will not only relieve traffic but will also improve connectivity between Hitec City, HKC, and the Financial District.

It is said that the flyover will also provide direct access between various important Hyderabad locations and Rajiv Gandhi International Airport (RGIA).

It is a four-lane bi-directional flyover that is 823 meters long and 16.6 meters wide. It will reduce commute time for commuters traveling from Shilpa Layout to the Outer Ring Road (ORR) near Gachibowli Junction.

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Hyderabad flyovers

The Telangana government has recently inaugurated several flyovers and one cable bridge as part of the Strategic Road Development Plan (SRDP) to ease vehicular movement and reduce commute time.

Nagole flyover opened to the public last month. It offers commuters from Uppal to L B Nagar a signal-free route.

Another much-anticipated flyover in Kothaguda, 470 meters long and 11 meters wide, will ease traffic at three intersections: Botanical Garden, Kothaguda, and Kondapur.

Aside from flyovers, the government has built many roads under bridges, foot-over-bridges, and so on.

 

 

 

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