Ch'garh hastens Rs. 7,000-cr NHs under B'mala

    Chhattisgarh hastens Rs. 7,000-cr NHs under Bharatmala
    Chhattisgarh has commenced preparations for implementation of the Bharatmala project where the first phase of the project will build five roads with 436 km length at a cost of Rs 7000 crore. The state will be linked to three economic corridors resulting in less traffic congestion in several cities including Raipur. There will be an easy connectivity to the rest of the country increasing economic activity.

    Sources said that a recent meeting of empowered officials also covered a part of Mumbai-Kolkata Corridor including Durg, Raipur, Arang road and also cleared the six-lane road up to distance of 100 km from Durg-Arang whereby Raipur bye-pass road will also be built.

    As a part of Raipur-Dhanbad Corridor, four-lane road will be laid from Bilaspur-Urga and also from Urga to Pathalgaon. As a part of Raipur-Visakhapatnam Economic Corridor, four-lane road will be laid from Kurud-Gutkel up to Andhra Pradesh border. Notably, Chhattisgarh is among seven states where a Detailed Project Report (DPR) would be prepared for construction of highways under 'Bharatmala' project. The preparation of DPR of about 3, 600 Km of highways in the States of Odisha, Jharkhand, Tamil Nadu, Bihar, Chhattisgarh, West Bengal, Andhra Pradesh and Union Territory of Puducherry would be prepared very shortly. The state government has set the target of completing the construction of 338 roads at a cost of Rs 19,326 crore by March 2018.
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