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    Haryana pushes Rs.786-cr road project

    Four Lanes Six Lane Roads
    In an attempt to widen three road stretches on National Highway-444A in Ambala into four-lanes and six-lane, at a cost of about Rs. 786cr, Haryana government has sent a detailed project report (DPR) to the Central government for approval, said official sources, adding that these stretches start from Ambala Railway Station to the end of industrial estate Ambala Cantt, end of industrial estate Ambala Cantt to Panchkula road, and the third is Saha junction point to Shahabad. In case of first road stretch from Ambala Railway Station to Capital Chowk, it would be six lanes and from Capital Chowk it would be elevated up to Tangri bridges. This 6.5 km-long stretch will cost Rs. 364.78-cr and the second road stretch from end of Industrial Estate, Ambala Cantt to Saha, that is from 6.5 km to 15.10 km, would be four-lanes. In this stretch, three parallel bridges along with existing major bridges will be constructed and a bye-pass will also be constructed at Saha town at an investment of Rs.159cr, he said.
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