SUDA sharpens Rs. 5,100-cr ring road plans

    Surat Urban Development Authority (SUDA)
    Ensuring smooth movement of vehicular traffic in the city, the Surat Urban Development Authority (SUDA) has recently proposed to develop the outer ring road as a high density corridor on 2,669 hectare of land at an investment of Rs 5,100 crore. The first phase of the .project, which entailed an investment of Rs. 606 crore, would be completed by March 2019. This phase would see the construction of a 42-metre-wide road with six lanes and two service roads on both sides including the middle corridor for BRTS and metro on a 27-km stretch. Overall, there would be 22 small bridges, one bridge over river Tapi, two flyovers, three rail over bridges and five creek-canal underpasses which will go a long way towards facilitating the implementation of 11 town planning schemes. The state government gave its go ahead for the project in February after which the concerned officials decided to start work on creating basic infrastructure facilities along the outer ring road in four packages. Tenders would be issued shortly and work would begin soon on Kadodara-Kamrej, Abrama-Variyav, Kadodara-Palsana and river Tapi bridge packages, senior town planner, SUDA, S P Dutta said.
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