The National Highways Authority of India has decided to build 14 flyovers on various NHs crisscrossing Rajasthan. As Jaipur city has expanded up to Mahlan on Ajmer Road, NHAI will construct four flyovers in the jurisdiction of Jaipur Development Authority’s (JDA) to solve perennial traffic problems at various junctions on the route.
Other routes where the flyovers will be constructed are Bhankrota, Heerapura, Narsinghpura and Mahlan as these are considered as black spots. Besides, the NHAI will undertake construction of 10 flyovers to unclog and provide safe passage between Jaipur-Kishangarh road stretches. The Centre has approved the budget for construction of flyovers and bridge on the entire six-lane stretch and foundation stone was laid by the Union transport minister Nitin Gadkari.
Apart from this, the NHAI will also construct flyovers at Mokhanpura and Padasoli, Bandarsindhri, Dhami Balaji, Gadota and Savarda to decongest the traffic on the stretch as bids have been invited and work is expected to begin shortly. Six flyovers will be constructed for rectification of the black spots and four will ensure smooth passage of vehicular traffic.