JDA prepares roadmap for Ring Road project
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JDA prepares roadmap for Ring Road project

The Jaipur Development Authority (JDA) prepared a roadmap for initiating the 45 km long northern Ring Road project which will connect Delhi and Agra national highways.

On Tuesday, in a review meeting Jaipur Development Commissioner (JDC), Ravi Jain asked the JDA officials and the National Highway Authority of India (NHAI) to undertake the task of demarcation work and complete the same within 15 days.

A report of structures falling under the transport corridor of 70 metre and development corridor 145 metre on both sides has been sought from commissioners of zone 10 and 13. JDA director plans were also directed to coordinate with the NHAI team and provide them with a complete report on the khasra plan, sector plan, and land use that will be acquired.

The northern corridor will be developed on the lines of the 47 km southern corridor between Agra Road and Ajmer Road, which is 360 metre wide. Out of the 360-metre-wide Ring Road, the NHAI will build a 70 metre transport corridor, and the JDA will build a 135 metre development corridor on both sides of the Ring Road.

The NHAI will take care of the acquisition and construction cost of land acquired to build the transport corridor. The chief secretary has mentioned the same in the recent letter.

The project cost is expected to be Rs 2,887 crore.

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The Jaipur Development Authority (JDA) prepared a roadmap for initiating the 45 km long northern Ring Road project which will connect Delhi and Agra national highways. On Tuesday, in a review meeting Jaipur Development Commissioner (JDC), Ravi Jain asked the JDA officials and the National Highway Authority of India (NHAI) to undertake the task of demarcation work and complete the same within 15 days. A report of structures falling under the transport corridor of 70 metre and development corridor 145 metre on both sides has been sought from commissioners of zone 10 and 13. JDA director plans were also directed to coordinate with the NHAI team and provide them with a complete report on the khasra plan, sector plan, and land use that will be acquired. The northern corridor will be developed on the lines of the 47 km southern corridor between Agra Road and Ajmer Road, which is 360 metre wide. Out of the 360-metre-wide Ring Road, the NHAI will build a 70 metre transport corridor, and the JDA will build a 135 metre development corridor on both sides of the Ring Road. The NHAI will take care of the acquisition and construction cost of land acquired to build the transport corridor. The chief secretary has mentioned the same in the recent letter. The project cost is expected to be Rs 2,887 crore. Image Source Also read: NHIDCL, IIT Roorkee sign MoU for knowledge sharing on NH engineering

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