GMDA launches annual road repair projects near NH-48
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GMDA launches annual road repair projects near NH-48

The Gurugram Metropolitan Development Authority (GMDA) in Haryana has started annual road repair projects near the Delhi-Jaipur carriageway of NH-48.

Many housings, commercial spaces, office buildings, hospitals, residential complexes witness high traffic footfall each day.

According to a GMDA official, under the maintenance and repair of roads, potholes will be filled using granular sub-base and web mix macadam. It will repair the patches using dense bituminous macadam or bituminous concrete. The Authority will also be repairing footpaths to facilitate pedestrian movement and paint the curbstones. Damaged road marking will also be repaired.

The expected cost of the road project is nearly Rs 1.34 crore. A contractor had been hired for 12 months, with a defect liability of additional six months.

An official said that the project started on 23 November. It is currently facing a construction ban due to pollution.

It is the second road repair project of GMDA in the city. Earlier, the Authority had started work for special repairs from the toll gate on NH-48 to the Kapashera border.

Many road projects are in the pipeline, including special repair of the dividing road between Sector 86 and 90. Other major stretches might also undergo repairs in the coming months, including the dividing road of Sectors 58 and 59, 58 and 61, 60 and 61, 64 and 65, 66 and 67. The stretch between IMT Manesar and Pataudi Road of 5 km will have a patchwork.

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Also read: BMC to re-tender Rs.12 bn road maintenance and repair project

Also read: Mumbai Mayor asks BMC to repair all potholes within 10 days

The Gurugram Metropolitan Development Authority (GMDA) in Haryana has started annual road repair projects near the Delhi-Jaipur carriageway of NH-48. Many housings, commercial spaces, office buildings, hospitals, residential complexes witness high traffic footfall each day. According to a GMDA official, under the maintenance and repair of roads, potholes will be filled using granular sub-base and web mix macadam. It will repair the patches using dense bituminous macadam or bituminous concrete. The Authority will also be repairing footpaths to facilitate pedestrian movement and paint the curbstones. Damaged road marking will also be repaired. The expected cost of the road project is nearly Rs 1.34 crore. A contractor had been hired for 12 months, with a defect liability of additional six months. An official said that the project started on 23 November. It is currently facing a construction ban due to pollution. It is the second road repair project of GMDA in the city. Earlier, the Authority had started work for special repairs from the toll gate on NH-48 to the Kapashera border. Many road projects are in the pipeline, including special repair of the dividing road between Sector 86 and 90. Other major stretches might also undergo repairs in the coming months, including the dividing road of Sectors 58 and 59, 58 and 61, 60 and 61, 64 and 65, 66 and 67. The stretch between IMT Manesar and Pataudi Road of 5 km will have a patchwork. Image Source Also read: BMC to re-tender Rs.12 bn road maintenance and repair project Also read: Mumbai Mayor asks BMC to repair all potholes within 10 days

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