PMC to resume Katraj-Kondhwa road widening project
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PMC to resume Katraj-Kondhwa road widening project

The Pune Municipal Corporation (PMC) will resume work on the Katraj-Kondhwa road widening project after the state government agreed to provide funds of ₹200 crore for land acquisition. The project was delayed last year due to lack of funds.

The 15-20 metre wide road will be widened to 84 metres. The project is estimated to cost ₹295 crore and will be completed within six months of resumption.

The state government has provided ₹200 crore for the project, which has been stalled due to lack of funds for land acquisition. The civic body has decided to resume work after the monsoon season.

The PMC will complete the work within six months of resumption. The civic body has completed 1 km of the 3.5 km stretch. An official said that the work will take around six months to complete.

The widening of the Katraj-Kondhwa road is a major project that will decongest traffic in the area. The project is expected to benefit over 1 lakh commuters who use the road daily.

The PMC has said that it will ensure that the project is completed on time and within budget. The project is being funded by a combination of state and central government funds, as well as private investment.

The widening of the Katraj-Kondhwa road is a major infrastructure project that is expected to have a significant impact on the city of Pune. The project is expected to boost economic activity in the city and improve the quality of life for its residents.

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The Pune Municipal Corporation (PMC) will resume work on the Katraj-Kondhwa road widening project after the state government agreed to provide funds of ₹200 crore for land acquisition. The project was delayed last year due to lack of funds.The 15-20 metre wide road will be widened to 84 metres. The project is estimated to cost ₹295 crore and will be completed within six months of resumption.The state government has provided ₹200 crore for the project, which has been stalled due to lack of funds for land acquisition. The civic body has decided to resume work after the monsoon season.The PMC will complete the work within six months of resumption. The civic body has completed 1 km of the 3.5 km stretch. An official said that the work will take around six months to complete.The widening of the Katraj-Kondhwa road is a major project that will decongest traffic in the area. The project is expected to benefit over 1 lakh commuters who use the road daily.The PMC has said that it will ensure that the project is completed on time and within budget. The project is being funded by a combination of state and central government funds, as well as private investment.The widening of the Katraj-Kondhwa road is a major infrastructure project that is expected to have a significant impact on the city of Pune. The project is expected to boost economic activity in the city and improve the quality of life for its residents.Also ReadCabinet approves new programm called CITIIS 2.0 Power Minister reviews Subansiri Lower Hydroelectric project

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