Centre clears Rs.1,890 cr six-lane Bharalukh Bridge in Guwahati

    six-lane Bharalukh Bridge in Guwahati
    In order to add to the road connectivity in the north eastern region, the finance ministry has cleared the much-awaited six-lane road bridge project connecting Bharalumukh in Guwahati with North Guwahati for external funding, Guwahati Metropolitan Development Authority (GMDA) said, elaborating that that the project outlay is estimated at Rs.1,890 crore of which BRICS New Development Bank (NDB) financing is proposed for Rs.1,512 crores. Besides the NDB funding, the state government will contribute the remaining portion the investment. Till now a fund of Rs.250 crore has been provided by the state government for preparation of DPR and preliminary costs like land acquisition and rehabilitation among others. The proposed bridge will serve as connectivity between North Guwahati and Guwahati, which will provide relief from high congestion of traffic and also help in the planning growth of the Guwahati Metropolitan Area and expansion of the city to the north bank. The total length of the bridge on the river is 1,600 metre measured from south to north bank. Out of this, 1240 metre will be designed as a multi-span extra-dosed bridge with individual span length of 200 metre between consecutive pylons.
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