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Kamineni flyover to be inaugurated by July-end

Kamineni flyover to be inaugurated by July-end
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The wait is over The muchawaited Kamineni flyover is to be thrown open to public by the end of the month One among the seven flyovers that are to be built in the zone, the Kamineni flyover will be the first one to be opened

LB Nagar: The wait is over. The much-awaited Kamineni flyover is to be thrown open to public by the end of the month. One among the seven flyovers that are to be built in the zone, the Kamineni flyover will be the first one to be opened. Jagadeesh Chowdary project engineer said, “The GHMC project authorities sanctioned Rs 25 cr for the Kamineni flyover construction work and the remaining amount will be used for the LB Nagar flyover and the deadline to complete the project is by the end of this month".

The opening of the flyover would reduce the traffic jams at the Kamineni junction which witnesses heavy vehicular inflow every day. The traffic jam extends from Kamineni to Mansoorabad road. In all, seven flyovers and three underpasses are to be constructed. The underpass at Chintalgunta has already been opened and two more at LB Nagar and Kamineni are yet to be completed. According to GHMC officials, after the Kamineni flyover is completed, work on the next one would begin soon. Later the flyovers at LB Nagar (2), Sagar Ring Road (3) would be completed. The project is part of the Strategic Road Development Programmer (SRDP).

The flyover which is being constructed near Kamineni Hospitals got the estimate amount of Rs 45.08 cr from the Telangana government and the width of the flyover is 12 mt, will ease traffic by 89 per cent. Speaking on the project, GHMC executive engineer Rao said, “Kamineni flyover will be completed by the end of this month and soon we will be throwing it open for public use”

BY Spandana Nimma

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