Govt invites DPR for Telangana regional ring road
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Govt invites DPR for Telangana regional ring road

The Ministry of Road Transport and Highways (MoRTH) has issued a notification inviting a consultant for preparing a detailed project report (DPR) for the Regional Ring Road (RRR) in Telangana.

MoRTH issued the notification for a consultant to prepare the DPR for land acquisition details for the RRR, besides a report on the northern end of RRR covering a distance of 158 km.

Another notification has been issued by the ministry synchronising the Mahabubnagar-Kodangal-Tandur route via Chincholi in Karnataka with NH 65 and renaming it as NH-167N. Similarly, the Kothagudem-Yellandu-Mahabubabad-Nellikuduru-Tharoor-Valigonda route has been synchronised with Gourielli junction, Outer Ring Road on the outskirts of Hyderabad, and it has been declared as NH-930P.

The Telangana government had written to the Minister of Road Transport and Highways Nitin Gadkari to sanction funds for the development of National Highways in the state.

In the past, several requisitions were made to Gadkari regarding recognising the Kothagudem-Yellandu-Mahabubabad-Nellikuduru-Tharoor-Valigonda route as National Highway and developing it. In addition to these, appeals were also made to declare the Medak-Yellareddy-Rudruru route as a national highway.

The central government has approved this national highway as per the route map suggested by Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao. This new national highway will facilitate the connectivity of new districts with Hyderabad. It will reduce both time and distance for the travellers, besides aiding in smooth transportation of goods.

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Also read: Ring road to link all districts with state capital

Also read: Centre signs up with JICA for Chennai Ring Road

The Ministry of Road Transport and Highways (MoRTH) has issued a notification inviting a consultant for preparing a detailed project report (DPR) for the Regional Ring Road (RRR) in Telangana. MoRTH issued the notification for a consultant to prepare the DPR for land acquisition details for the RRR, besides a report on the northern end of RRR covering a distance of 158 km. Another notification has been issued by the ministry synchronising the Mahabubnagar-Kodangal-Tandur route via Chincholi in Karnataka with NH 65 and renaming it as NH-167N. Similarly, the Kothagudem-Yellandu-Mahabubabad-Nellikuduru-Tharoor-Valigonda route has been synchronised with Gourielli junction, Outer Ring Road on the outskirts of Hyderabad, and it has been declared as NH-930P. The Telangana government had written to the Minister of Road Transport and Highways Nitin Gadkari to sanction funds for the development of National Highways in the state. In the past, several requisitions were made to Gadkari regarding recognising the Kothagudem-Yellandu-Mahabubabad-Nellikuduru-Tharoor-Valigonda route as National Highway and developing it. In addition to these, appeals were also made to declare the Medak-Yellareddy-Rudruru route as a national highway. The central government has approved this national highway as per the route map suggested by Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao. This new national highway will facilitate the connectivity of new districts with Hyderabad. It will reduce both time and distance for the travellers, besides aiding in smooth transportation of goods. Image Source Also read: Ring road to link all districts with state capital Also read: Centre signs up with JICA for Chennai Ring Road

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