Karnataka government would take up several urban development works in Mangalore, Udupi, Puttur and Kundapur under the second phase of Karnataka Urban Development and Coastal Environmental Management Project (Kudcemp) at a cost of Rs 450 crore. The Project would be taken up with a loan from the Asian Development Bank, said the State Urban Development Minister Vinay Kumar Sorake on August 12.
Karnataka Urban Infrastructure Development and Finance Corporation would soon finish the first phase of the Karnataka Urban Development and Coastal Environmental Management Project (KUDCEMP). The project covered 10 coastal towns including Mangalore, Puttur, Udupi and Karwar at an estimated cost of Rs 960 crore. Work on the project began a decade ago in 2003 and it was supposed to end in 2005. It is now likely to end