Pune gets ₹1,260 cr new road upgrades

    Pune road upgrades
    The Union transport ministry has decided to invest ₹1,260 crore on the Shirur and Ahmednagar road stretch in Pune under the Bharatmala project and in addition to this the stat administration has also decided to build flyovers for a trouble-free journey on this stretch. The state PWD will add a lane on each side of the four-lane Pune-Ahmednagar highway in a bid to ease daily traffic congestion and the agency is floating tenders to take up the work at an investment of ₹173 crore. The PWD has planned to take up the road-widening work in a phased manner. In the first phase, work has been planned on a 26-km stretch of the road, starting from Wagholi and continuing till Shikrapur. The proposed six-laning work will not require any acquisition of land, as the widening will be done in the available space on both sides of the road. This means that the road width will increase by 4.5m on each side. The Pune Metropolitan Regional Development Authority (PMRDA) is also working on alternative routes to decentralize the traffic flow.
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