Road widening in Guntur garners momentum
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Road widening in Guntur garners momentum

To ease traffic congestion, the Guntur Municipal Corporation has begun road widening projects on five major city roads. As a result, the long-delayed projects will accelerate, bringing relief to commuters.

Nandi Velugu road, which runs from NTR Circle near the RTC Bus Stand to the Venkateswara Swamy temple, is one of the five major roads that are scheduled to be expanded. The 1.11-kilometer road widening project has been on hold for five years.

After taking over, GMC Commissioner Kirthi Chekuri had to get things moving. She had to make sure that the owners of 176 constructions, which were the project's bottleneck, got a structural compensation of INR 34.90 million rupees.

The Palakaluru road, which began at the Gujjanagundla junction and was destroyed as a result of UGD work that was not completed, is another important road in this project.

In two phases, the officials have begun their work. The road from Ratnagiri colony to the Old Railway line at Pedapalakaluru would be expanded by 80 feet in phase 1 and divided in the middle. The second phase, running from the Old Railway line to the Urban Health Center, would follow after its completion.

The GMC has so far compensated building owners for structural damages in the amount of INR 24.30 million  rupees. The 1.9-kilometer AT Agraharam road will be expanded by 80 feet. The road extension will improve connectivity and reduce traffic congestion in one of the city's oldest colonies.

In addition, the Rama Nama Kshethram road and Kugler Hospital road in One town would be expanded by an additional 80 feet. Civic chief Kirthi asserted that the road widening projects will alter the city's appearance when discussing them. Kirthi and Mayor Kavati Manohar Naidu frequently check on the progress of the works and have told the officials to finish them within the allotted time.

The Nandi Velugu road, which runs from NTR Circle near the RTC Bus Stand to the Venkateswara Swamy temple and will be widened to 1.11 kilometers, is one of the five major roads that will be widened. The 1.11-kilometer road widening project has been on hold for five years.

To ease traffic congestion, the Guntur Municipal Corporation has begun road widening projects on five major city roads. As a result, the long-delayed projects will accelerate, bringing relief to commuters.Nandi Velugu road, which runs from NTR Circle near the RTC Bus Stand to the Venkateswara Swamy temple, is one of the five major roads that are scheduled to be expanded. The 1.11-kilometer road widening project has been on hold for five years.After taking over, GMC Commissioner Kirthi Chekuri had to get things moving. She had to make sure that the owners of 176 constructions, which were the project's bottleneck, got a structural compensation of INR 34.90 million rupees.The Palakaluru road, which began at the Gujjanagundla junction and was destroyed as a result of UGD work that was not completed, is another important road in this project.In two phases, the officials have begun their work. The road from Ratnagiri colony to the Old Railway line at Pedapalakaluru would be expanded by 80 feet in phase 1 and divided in the middle. The second phase, running from the Old Railway line to the Urban Health Center, would follow after its completion.The GMC has so far compensated building owners for structural damages in the amount of INR 24.30 million  rupees. The 1.9-kilometer AT Agraharam road will be expanded by 80 feet. The road extension will improve connectivity and reduce traffic congestion in one of the city's oldest colonies.In addition, the Rama Nama Kshethram road and Kugler Hospital road in One town would be expanded by an additional 80 feet. Civic chief Kirthi asserted that the road widening projects will alter the city's appearance when discussing them. Kirthi and Mayor Kavati Manohar Naidu frequently check on the progress of the works and have told the officials to finish them within the allotted time.The Nandi Velugu road, which runs from NTR Circle near the RTC Bus Stand to the Venkateswara Swamy temple and will be widened to 1.11 kilometers, is one of the five major roads that will be widened. The 1.11-kilometer road widening project has been on hold for five years.

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