DPR preparation under way for flyover near Pajapur IBT
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DPR preparation under way for flyover near Pajapur IBT

Preparation of a detailed project report (DPR) for the proposed flyover near the upcoming Integrated Bus Terminal (IBT) at Panjapur on Tiruchi-Madurai National Highway is in progress.

The National Highways Authority of India (NHAI) was asked to construct the flyover in order to ease congestion near the IBT adjoining the national highway. Officials of NHAI held several meetings with the district administration and the Tiruchi Corporation.

Under the proposed plan, the length of the flyover will be around 1.9 km. The cost of the project is expected to be around Rs 3 billion, which will be fully borne by NHAI. The DPR is being prepared in coordination with the district administration and the Corporation, said a senior official of NHAI, Project Implementation Unit, Tiruchi.

As part of the project, NHAI will lay service roads on either side of the carriageway of the national highway and will also put in place other safety measures. The flyover has been proposed at Panjapur to facilitate hassle-free entry and exit of vehicles to and from the IBT to the national highway and ease traffic congestion, said the official.

Construction of the IBT on a little over 40 acres and allied infrastructure at Panjapur along the highway began in early October. A truck terminal has also been planned there.

See also:
PM Modi To Inaugurate Mumbai-Nagpur Samruddhi Expressway
Inauguration of Kazhakootam elevated highway likely to be on Dec 15


Preparation of a detailed project report (DPR) for the proposed flyover near the upcoming Integrated Bus Terminal (IBT) at Panjapur on Tiruchi-Madurai National Highway is in progress. The National Highways Authority of India (NHAI) was asked to construct the flyover in order to ease congestion near the IBT adjoining the national highway. Officials of NHAI held several meetings with the district administration and the Tiruchi Corporation. Under the proposed plan, the length of the flyover will be around 1.9 km. The cost of the project is expected to be around Rs 3 billion, which will be fully borne by NHAI. The DPR is being prepared in coordination with the district administration and the Corporation, said a senior official of NHAI, Project Implementation Unit, Tiruchi. As part of the project, NHAI will lay service roads on either side of the carriageway of the national highway and will also put in place other safety measures. The flyover has been proposed at Panjapur to facilitate hassle-free entry and exit of vehicles to and from the IBT to the national highway and ease traffic congestion, said the official. Construction of the IBT on a little over 40 acres and allied infrastructure at Panjapur along the highway began in early October. A truck terminal has also been planned there. See also: PM Modi To Inaugurate Mumbai-Nagpur Samruddhi ExpresswayInauguration of Kazhakootam elevated highway likely to be on Dec 15

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