Skyway route to ease traffic

Skyway route to ease traffic
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Highlights

In a major development, the Greater Hyderabad Municipal Corporation has decided to construct three skyways under phase III of Strategic Road Development Plan (SRDP). The estimated cost of three elevated flyovers and grade separators is Rs 624.86 crore.

Hyderabad: In a major development, the Greater Hyderabad Municipal Corporation has decided to construct three skyways under phase III of Strategic Road Development Plan (SRDP). The estimated cost of three elevated flyovers and grade separators is Rs 624.86 crore.

Highlights:

  • Elevated corridor from Jubilee Hills Road No 45 to Durgam Cheruvu
  • Multi-level flyovers at Botanical Garden, Kothaguda and Kondapur junction

According to the GHMC official, under Phase III of SRDP the civic body will construct 4-lane elevated corridor from Jubilee Hills Road No 45 to Durgam Cheruvu at the cost of Rs 150 crore, multi-level flyovers/grade separators at Botanical Garden, Kothaguda and Kondapur junction with an estimated cost of Rs 199.36 crore and 6-lane two-way flyover crossing Seven Tombs junction and Whisper Valley junction at the cost of Rs 275.55 crore.

A senior GHMC official told The Hans India that the civic body had already finalised tenders for the elevated corridor to Durgam Cheruvu. The project is under the evaluation stage. For the multi-level flyovers/grade separators and flyover crossing Seven Tombs junction are awaiting administrative sanction, which would be cleared within a week. Tenders would be called at the earliest, he said.

The GHMC official further said that the corporation has already completed the geo-technical investigation for the Cable Bride at Durgam Cheruvu which would be constructed at the cost of Rs 184 crore under SRDP Phase II. The civic body completed coffer dam formation while the pylon foundations are in progress. The construction and improvement of grade separators at Uppal and Rasoolpura and flyovers at Owaisi Hospital and Bahadurpura under Phase I SRDP have been stopped temporarily due to land acquisition problems, he said.

By Maddy Deekshith

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