MBMC Starts Cosmetic Treatment for Mira Bhayandar Roads
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MBMC Starts Cosmetic Treatment for Mira Bhayandar Roads

The Mira Bhayandar Municipal Corporation (MBMC) has initiated a cosmetic treatment program for the half-baked cement roads in the twin city of Mira Bhayandar. This move aims to improve the surface quality and address the ongoing issues faced by commuters due to incomplete roadworks.

The cosmetic treatment involves overlaying a bituminous layer on the existing cement roads to smooth out the surface and enhance drivability. This method is seen as a temporary solution to mitigate the discomfort and hazards caused by the unfinished roads, which have been a long-standing concern for residents.

MBMC officials stated that the decision to undertake cosmetic treatment was made to provide immediate relief to the public while awaiting comprehensive road reconstruction projects. The initiative is expected to cover several key roads in the city, prioritizing areas with the highest traffic and the most complaints from residents.

The treatment process includes cleaning the existing road surface, applying a tack coat, and then overlaying a bituminous layer. This approach not only improves the surface finish but also extends the lifespan of the existing road by protecting it from further deterioration.

Local residents have welcomed the move, expressing hope that it will reduce the frequent wear and tear on vehicles and improve overall commuting experiences. However, they also urged MBMC to expedite the permanent road reconstruction projects to ensure long-term solutions to the city's infrastructure issues.

MBMC has assured that the cosmetic treatment is just a stopgap measure and that plans for comprehensive road repairs and upgrades are already in the pipeline. The civic body is working on securing the necessary funds and approvals to initiate these long-term projects, which will ultimately provide a more sustainable solution to the city's road woes.

By undertaking these interim measures, MBMC aims to enhance road safety and commuter satisfaction, demonstrating its commitment to addressing the infrastructural challenges in Mira Bhayandar.

The Mira Bhayandar Municipal Corporation (MBMC) has initiated a cosmetic treatment program for the half-baked cement roads in the twin city of Mira Bhayandar. This move aims to improve the surface quality and address the ongoing issues faced by commuters due to incomplete roadworks. The cosmetic treatment involves overlaying a bituminous layer on the existing cement roads to smooth out the surface and enhance drivability. This method is seen as a temporary solution to mitigate the discomfort and hazards caused by the unfinished roads, which have been a long-standing concern for residents. MBMC officials stated that the decision to undertake cosmetic treatment was made to provide immediate relief to the public while awaiting comprehensive road reconstruction projects. The initiative is expected to cover several key roads in the city, prioritizing areas with the highest traffic and the most complaints from residents. The treatment process includes cleaning the existing road surface, applying a tack coat, and then overlaying a bituminous layer. This approach not only improves the surface finish but also extends the lifespan of the existing road by protecting it from further deterioration. Local residents have welcomed the move, expressing hope that it will reduce the frequent wear and tear on vehicles and improve overall commuting experiences. However, they also urged MBMC to expedite the permanent road reconstruction projects to ensure long-term solutions to the city's infrastructure issues. MBMC has assured that the cosmetic treatment is just a stopgap measure and that plans for comprehensive road repairs and upgrades are already in the pipeline. The civic body is working on securing the necessary funds and approvals to initiate these long-term projects, which will ultimately provide a more sustainable solution to the city's road woes. By undertaking these interim measures, MBMC aims to enhance road safety and commuter satisfaction, demonstrating its commitment to addressing the infrastructural challenges in Mira Bhayandar.

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