Warangal to be surrounded by a web of ring roads
The tri-cities of Warangal-Hanamkonda-Kazipet and other areas under and beyond KUDA limits were set to be surrounded by a web of ring-roads, as one after another type of ring-roads were being proposed as part of the continuous and marathon meetings.
Warangal: The tri-cities of Warangal-Hanamkonda-Kazipet and other areas under and beyond KUDA limits were set to be surrounded by a web of ring-roads, as one after another type of ring-roads were being proposed as part of the continuous and marathon meetings.
A decision to connect the proposed inner ring-road (IRR) and outer ring road (ORR) with regional ring-road (RRR) has been taken at a meeting, chaired by Deputy Chief Minister K Srihari to give a final shape to the Kakatiya Urban Development Authority (KUDA) Master Plan, here on Tuesday.
The Deputy CM briefing the presspersons after the meeting, informed that a 132-kilometre-long RRR would be laid connecting Station Ghanpur, Wardhannapet, Sangem, Geesukonda, Atmakur, Elkaturthy, Valair, and Chelpur.
Various industries, educational institutions, IT Parks, Townships and others would be integrated into the RRR that connects five Assembly segments namely - Station Ghanpur, Wardhannapet, Huzurabad, Husnabad and Parkal.
At Elkaturthy in Dharmasagar mandal, an international sports complex, Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan, Sainik School, Hyderabad Public School were proposed. The land required for those facilities would be acquired at that place, Srihari said.
As per the directions of the Chief Minister, K Chandrashekar Rao, it was proposed to establish a Theme Park in between Davenoor and Mupparam villages and Recreation Zone connecting Dharmasagar tank and Devanoor hillocks to promote eco-tourism, he informed.
Similarly, it was decided to fix full tank level (FTL) of Bhadrakali, Waddepally, Chinna Waddepally and Urs tanks and launch works to develop them as tourist attractions. The main roads in the city would be developed expanding them to 100 to 150 feet.
After the notification of the Master Plan draft, objections and suggestions would be received from the public for a period of 90 days. After studying the feedback from the public, a final notification would be released.
MP B Prakash, MLAs D Vinay Bhasker, A Ramesh, K Surekha, T Rajaiah and Ch Dharma Reddy, GWMC Mayor N Narender, KUDA Chairman M Yadava Reddy, municipal administration principal secretary Aravind Kumar and others were present.