In order to regularise illegal properties, Ahmedabad Municipal Corporation (AMC) will send teams to each zone of the city to deliver notices under the Gujarat Regularisation of Unauthorised Development Act 2011.
The Ahmedabad Municipal Corporation (AMC) has cleared seven new model road projects in the last few weeks. These projects were in the pipeline for long and were held back for the Election Commission's approval. The projects will cost Rs 143.87 crore. A major chunk of the money will be pumped into road construction in the west zone, which has seen an allocation of Rs 56.55 crore.
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Ahmedabad Municipal Corporation (AMC) plans to implement the third phase of the `) in the city at an expected cost of Rs 496 crore. The project envisages adding 26.8 km to the BRTS network and would cover the stretch from Shivranjani to APMC and Sattadhar to Science City in the western part of the city. It will also cover Hathijan, Aslali and Narol
Bhubaneswar Development Authority (BDA) and Ahmedabad Municipal Corporation (AMC) have signed an MOU recently on implementation of town planning scheme. AMC is quite successful in implementing highest number of Town Planning Schemes for decades. The MOU was signed with the intention to share AMC expertise and rich experience with BDA in town planning schemes.
In Ahmedabad, heavy rainfall has dented many a road, making commuting a challenging and risky affair. However, the Ahmedabad Municipal Corporation (AMC) does not seem quite eager to deal with the problem of potholes. The whopping Rs 700 crore that AMC has spent on roads has done little to provide safe and pothole-free roads to Amdavadis. Lack of quality control measures and supervision seems to be the reason behind this menace.
In Gujarat, the Ahmedabad Municipal Corporation (AMC) is also to launch affordable housing units in the city. The civic body will launch 10,000 units for lower income group and economically weaker section of the society. Already Gandhinagar Urban Development Authority, Gujarat Housing Board and Ahmedabad Urban Development Authority have got into building affordable homes to the poor.
The central government cleared the proposal of the Ahmedabad Municipal Corporation (AMC) to implement Rs 500-crore BRTS phase-III project in the city. The corporation intends to extend the reach of BRTS to SP Ring Road to provide better connectivity to commuters in Ahmedabad
In Ahmedabad, a 3.25 km-long road stretch, from Pakwaan junction via SG Road, Sindhu Bhavan to Sardar Patel Ring Road, is going to be developed into concrete road. For this the Ahmedabad Municipal Corporation (AMC) has put forth a proposal worth Rs 38.89 crore.
After drawing flak for poor roads after monsoons and reprimand from high court for poor maintenance of road quality, Ahmedabad Municipal Corporation (AMC) is in discussion to introduce two new techniques. One being the launching of road micro-resurfacing machines, recently introduced in Surat and used by the National Highway Authority of India, and the other being specialised compaction meters - the size of a lawn mower - for checking road quality while it is being constructed.