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NAD Cross Road Flyover in Vizag works to begin on Apr 2

NAD Cross Road Flyover in Vizag works to begin on Apr 2
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Finally, Visakhapatnam Urban Development Authority (VUDA) announced the date to kick-start the much awaited flyover bridge at NAD

Chief Minister N Chandrababu Naidu after observing the traffic woes, proposed to construct a flyover at NAD Cross Roads
- Vice-Chairman of VUDA Basanth Kumar says that the project is taken up at a cost of Rs 150 crore and will be completed within the stipulated time
- During the past four months, the VUDA discussed with various other departments, including APEPDCL, railways and others, to ensure a hassle-free construction
- After screening several designs, finally unique rotary mode flyover is selected, which is one of its kind in the country

Visakhapatnam: Finally, Visakhapatnam Urban Development Authority (VUDA) announced the date to kick-start the much awaited flyover bridge at NAD Cross Roads in the city. The VUDA on Friday announced that the construction works of the flyover will start from April 2.

Vice-Chairman of VUDA Basanth Kumar, along with the NIT professors and Vijay Nirman Company delegates, visited the places in and around NAD Cross Roads. Speaking on the occasion, the Vice Chairman of VUDA said that the project was taken up at a cost of Rs 150 crore and would be completed within the stipulated time. The precast pillars are being made at Vepagunta in three acres of land, he added. During the past four months, the VUDA discussed with various other departments, including APEPDCL, railways and others, to ensure a hassle-free construction, Basanth Kumar said.

NAD Cross Roads is one of the busiest junctions in the city and thousands have been facing tough times particularly in the morning and evening times. Chief Minister N Chandrababu Naidu, observing the traffic woes, he proposed to construct a flyover at NAD Cross Roads. The works were entrusted to VUDA.

After screening several designs, finally unique rotary mode flyover was selected, which is one of its kind in the country. The highlight of the project is there will be no traffic signals and all modes of transport can pass through in all four directions in three different layers.

The rotary mode separator of the flyover at the ground level will have passage for light motor vehicles and the one above the ground level will be exclusively for the heavy vehicles.

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