BMC offers to spend Rs 20 crore to paint 438 roads in Mumbai
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BMC offers to spend Rs 20 crore to paint 438 roads in Mumbai

The Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) administration has presented a proposal of Rs 20 crore to paint 438 roads in the city before the standing committee.

The dividers and zebra crossings will be painted. The BMC will additionally create white arrows on the road to help motorists.

The civic elections are likely to be conducted in April and keeping the polls in focus, the ruling Shiv Sena has left no stone unturned to attract voters. After spending crores of rupees on road repairs, bridges, gardens, sewerage lines and beautification of public places, currently, the roads of suburban Mumbai will be made brighter and colourful.

The civic administration has moved certain proposals wherein colouring work of 438 roads in suburban Mumbai will be conducted. The corporation is ready to spend around Rs 20 crore on the colouring work. Lately, the BMC's Works Committee approved the colouring work of the road.

The proposal said that the thermoplastic colour will be used, so as to allow citizens to easily see the markings made on the road during nighttime and the rainy season. In the past, thermoplastic colours were being utilised just for significant roads, but now the BMC will use thermoplastic colours in internal roads of the city as well.

As per the proposal, the colouring work will be done on 76 different roads from Ghatkopar to Mulund in the eastern suburbs, and a Rs 2.52 crore expenditure has been assigned. In Kurla, Chembur and Mankhurd in northeastern Mumbai, 124 different roads will be painted, and Rs 6.08 crore expenditure has been marked.

Similarly, 105 different roads from Kandivali to Dahisar in western suburbs will be painted, and Rs 4.84 crore has been allocated. An allocation of Rs 5.73 crore has been assigned to paint 133 distinct roads in the western suburbs of Bandra, Santacruz, Khar, Andheri and Jogeshwari.

The proposal will be discussed at the last standing committee on Monday as the tenure of the BMC’s elected house will come to end on March 7. The state government has approved a decision to appoint an administrator to govern the civic body till the elections are held, and the new Mayor is selected.

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Also read: Centre approves Rs 7,000 crore in road projects for the state

The Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) administration has presented a proposal of Rs 20 crore to paint 438 roads in the city before the standing committee. The dividers and zebra crossings will be painted. The BMC will additionally create white arrows on the road to help motorists. The civic elections are likely to be conducted in April and keeping the polls in focus, the ruling Shiv Sena has left no stone unturned to attract voters. After spending crores of rupees on road repairs, bridges, gardens, sewerage lines and beautification of public places, currently, the roads of suburban Mumbai will be made brighter and colourful. The civic administration has moved certain proposals wherein colouring work of 438 roads in suburban Mumbai will be conducted. The corporation is ready to spend around Rs 20 crore on the colouring work. Lately, the BMC's Works Committee approved the colouring work of the road. The proposal said that the thermoplastic colour will be used, so as to allow citizens to easily see the markings made on the road during nighttime and the rainy season. In the past, thermoplastic colours were being utilised just for significant roads, but now the BMC will use thermoplastic colours in internal roads of the city as well. As per the proposal, the colouring work will be done on 76 different roads from Ghatkopar to Mulund in the eastern suburbs, and a Rs 2.52 crore expenditure has been assigned. In Kurla, Chembur and Mankhurd in northeastern Mumbai, 124 different roads will be painted, and Rs 6.08 crore expenditure has been marked. Similarly, 105 different roads from Kandivali to Dahisar in western suburbs will be painted, and Rs 4.84 crore has been allocated. An allocation of Rs 5.73 crore has been assigned to paint 133 distinct roads in the western suburbs of Bandra, Santacruz, Khar, Andheri and Jogeshwari. The proposal will be discussed at the last standing committee on Monday as the tenure of the BMC’s elected house will come to end on March 7. The state government has approved a decision to appoint an administrator to govern the civic body till the elections are held, and the new Mayor is selected. Image Source Also read: Centre approves Rs 7,000 crore in road projects for the state

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