PMK asks NHAI not to drop elevated corridor plan
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PMK asks NHAI not to drop elevated corridor plan

In response to criticism about the project's expense, the PMK asked the National Highways Authority of India (NHAI) in a statement released on Monday to keep moving on with the 27-km elevated corridor between Perungalathur and Chengalpattu. The party advocated that, given the project's advantages, the state and federal governments split the project's costs. The party made its announcement in response to news of a plan to remove the six-lane elevated carriageway on GST Road. Dr. Ramadoss, the creator of PMK, stated that around Rs 0.1 billion in cars travel on the GST road each day, with a 50% increase during vacations. He said that there were more severe traffic bottlenecks between Chengalpattu and Chennai on such days. Dr. Ramadoss said that building the corridor is the only way to reduce traffic on GST Road. He stated that the projected growth and economic advantages of the project should be evaluated in relation to its Rs 35.23 billion cost.

In response to criticism about the project's expense, the PMK asked the National Highways Authority of India (NHAI) in a statement released on Monday to keep moving on with the 27-km elevated corridor between Perungalathur and Chengalpattu. The party advocated that, given the project's advantages, the state and federal governments split the project's costs. The party made its announcement in response to news of a plan to remove the six-lane elevated carriageway on GST Road. Dr. Ramadoss, the creator of PMK, stated that around Rs 0.1 billion in cars travel on the GST road each day, with a 50% increase during vacations. He said that there were more severe traffic bottlenecks between Chengalpattu and Chennai on such days. Dr. Ramadoss said that building the corridor is the only way to reduce traffic on GST Road. He stated that the projected growth and economic advantages of the project should be evaluated in relation to its Rs 35.23 billion cost.

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