The Government of Madhya Pradesh may deliver a special financial package of approximately Rs 500 crore for infrastructure development of Indore. Indore Municipal Corporation (IMC) has prepared a two-year action plan for the development of the city.
By spending Rs 20 crore, the Indore Municipal Corporation (IMC) will undertake beautification work of six major roads of the city. Tenders for the project have been floated. The cost of the project would be borne by the State government.
In order to address water shortage in the city, the Indore Municipal Corporation (IMC) is supplying 90 million litre of water a day in addition to the 210 MLD water already being supplied under various stages of the Narmada water project. The civic body supplies 210 MLD water under the first, second and the first phase of the third stage of Narm
In Indore, widening work of Chhavni road was scheduled to start from August 13. Widening of the road will lessen the traffic load on BRTS corridor. Road from Chhavni Crossing on BRTS to Jagannath Dharamshala is going to be widened up to 60 feet. Indore Municipal Corporation (IMC) said that certain encroachments on Chhavni road will be removed as part of the road widening.
In Indore, the road widening work of 85-feet wide road from Marimata Square to Banganga Railway Over Bridge is expected to gain momentum after December 8. In the construction of the road, as many as 307 structures including 16 temples were identified as hurdles.