Kerala cracks Rs.2,000 cr road project

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    Public works department of Kerala has recently decided to take up the construction of 47 km of road stretch at a cost of Rs.2,000 crore and the mega project will be developed in the second phase of Kozhikode City Road Improvement Project (KCRIP), said official sources. They also added that a state level empowered committee meeting held in the recent past decided to execute second phase road works under the KCRIP as the government decided to take up infrastructure development works in Malabar and Alapuzha that were neglected by the successive governments over the years. In addition, the National Highway Authority of India will start the construction of four lane national highway road works in the middle of next year. The coastal roads will be developed at cost of Rs.6,500 crores, and hilly roads at a cost Rs.3500 crore.
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