MoRTH clears Arunachal Highway Project

    Arunachal Highway Project
    Ministry of Road Transport and Highways (MoRTH) recently cleared the long awaited road project involving four laning of the Itanagar – Banderdewa (NH-415) in Arunachal Pradesh. A decision to this effect was taken after Chief Minister met Nitin Gadkari and pitched for clearing the 31.5 Km project. The Union Minister in turn instructed the National Highways and Infrastructure Development corporation Ltd. (NHIDCL) to immediately start the work on road, which is a lifeline to the state. He also issued strict directives to the NHIDCL to repair roads on timely manner and makes sure to make them traffic worthy round the year. The minister suggested the use of geo-textile technology to tackle landslides in the hilly roads of the state and at the same time, he also appreciated the suggestion and assured that such technology would be planned for projects in Arunachal Pradesh on an experimental basis. He informed that the ministry is trying out every possibility of using advanced technologies to make roads more durable. Apart from this, MoRTH also agreed to declare four major roads including Akajan-Likabali-Bame Road in West Siang, Margherita-Changlang road in Changlang District, Daporijo to Dollungmukh via Dumporijo along the left bank of Subansiri River and Tezu to Chapakhowa via Sunpura as national highways.
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