PMC Unveils Ambitious Road Expansion
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PMC Unveils Ambitious Road Expansion

In a strategic move to alleviate traffic congestion and enhance connectivity, the Pune Municipal Corporation (PMC) has announced the construction of four new missing-link roads. This significant development aims to address the growing transportation needs of the city's residents.

The PMC's decision to build these crucial road connections comes as Pune experiences rapid urbanization, resulting in increased vehicular movement. The four new roads are strategically planned to bridge existing gaps in the current road network, promising smoother and more efficient traffic flow.

The identified missing-link roads will not only ease the burden on existing routes but also provide alternative pathways, reducing travel time for commuters. The PMC's commitment to infrastructural development aligns with the city's vision for progressive urban living

In a strategic move to alleviate traffic congestion and enhance connectivity, the Pune Municipal Corporation (PMC) has announced the construction of four new missing-link roads. This significant development aims to address the growing transportation needs of the city's residents. The PMC's decision to build these crucial road connections comes as Pune experiences rapid urbanization, resulting in increased vehicular movement. The four new roads are strategically planned to bridge existing gaps in the current road network, promising smoother and more efficient traffic flow. The identified missing-link roads will not only ease the burden on existing routes but also provide alternative pathways, reducing travel time for commuters. The PMC's commitment to infrastructural development aligns with the city's vision for progressive urban living

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PMC Addresses Objections to Balbharati Rd Project

The Pune Municipal Corporation (PMC) has pledged to address objections raised by concerned citizens regarding the proposed Balbharati Road project. Following a public outcry and objections from various quarters, the PMC has committed to providing a comprehensive response within a week. This move comes amidst growing discontent and apprehension among residents regarding the potential impact of the project on the surrounding environment and infrastructure.

Key stakeholders and residents have voiced their concerns over the proposed redevelopment plan for Balbharati Road, highlighting issu..

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PMC Set to Crack Down on Plastic Manufacturers

In a significant move to intensify its battle against plastic pollution, the Pune Municipal Corporation (PMC) is gearing up to confront manufacturers for the first time. Officials revealed that the PMC's solid waste management (SWM) department has submitted a groundbreaking proposal to civic chief Rajendra Bhosale. This proposal, also forwarded to the PMC legal department, outlines plans to take action against units producing single-use plastic both within and outside the municipal limits, with cooperation from other governing bodies.

Sandip Kadam, head of the PMC solid waste managemen..

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Pune's Keshavnagar faces severe water shortage

The residents of Keshavnagar were deeply worried about the upcoming peak summer months due to a severe water shortage that had taken hold of the area as early as March, with minimal civic supply available.

According to Chandresh Yadav, who served as the chairman of Anandtara Whitefield Residences in Keshavnagar, he mentioned that their society, comprising 280 flats, relied almost entirely on water provided by private tanker operators. He noted that the water from the Pune Municipal Corporation (PMC) arrived only once every two weeks, and even then, it was only for 1-2 hours at best. De..

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GIS mapping of all National Highways to be completed soon

The government announced its intention to complete GIS mapping of all National Highways with the aim of enhancing planning, execution, and monitoring processes.

It was conveyed by the Ministry of Road Transport and Highways (MORTH) that project implementing units of various agencies, including the National Highways Authority of India (NHAI), Border Roads Organisation (BRO), and National Highways and Infrastructure Development Corporation Ltd (NHIDCL), were instructed to indicate their jurisdiction on a dashboard.

The primary goal of this standard operating procedure (SOP) was t..

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Highway Construction Accelerates Despite Election Season

Highway construction in India has not slowed down during the current election season, according to officials. Instead, there has been a noticeable acceleration in road infrastructure projects across the country.

Authorities highlight that the construction momentum has been maintained despite the electoral activities, underscoring the government's commitment to advancing infrastructure development. This proactive approach aims to enhance connectivity, facilitate economic growth, and improve transportation efficiency nationwide.

The surge in highway construction activity reflects s..

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