Slew of infra works planned for Hyderabad
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Slew of infra works planned for Hyderabad

Minister for Municipal Administration and Urban Development KT Rama Rao, who inaugurated the new flyover the Kothaguda multi-level flyover, revealed that 11 more projects under the Strategic Road Development Plan (SRDP) would be completed this year. Incidentally, day one of the last year had also seen the Minister inaugurating a SRPD project, the Shaikpet flyover.

Speaking about SRDP projects, Rama Rao said that so far, Rs 80 billion was spent for SRDP projectss and the flyover inaugurated on Sunday happened to be the 34th SRDP project.

“Eleven more projects will be completed in 2023,” he said.

The Kothaguda multi-level flyover built at a cost of Rs 2.63 billion is the second longest flyover under SRDP and includes 2.21 km of the main flyover and two ramps of 784 m each. Also, a 470 m three-lane underpass at Kothaguda junction is part of the project.

The Minister pointed out that the pace at which infrastructure projects were being built in Hyderabad was not witnessed in any other city in the country. “This is being achieved because of Chief Minister K Chandrashekhar Rao‘s vision and guidance,” he said.

The infrastructure was being expanded to meet the growing needs of Hyderabad as lakhs of people from other districts and States make the city their home every year because of education, employment and other opportunities available here.

The infrastructure and amenities in Hyderabad were being developed taking into consideration the needs of people for the next 50 years. Rama Rao also said 31 Sewerage Treatment Plants (STPs) were being constructed and by the month of May, Hyderabad would become the first city in India to be treating 100 per cent of its sewerage.

One of the major issues faced by the city for decades in the form of urban flooding too was getting addressed this year with the Strategic Nala Development Programme (SNDP) taken up in Hyderabad and eight municipalities around it, scheduled to be completed by April, the Minister added.

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Minister for Municipal Administration and Urban Development KT Rama Rao, who inaugurated the new flyover the Kothaguda multi-level flyover, revealed that 11 more projects under the Strategic Road Development Plan (SRDP) would be completed this year. Incidentally, day one of the last year had also seen the Minister inaugurating a SRPD project, the Shaikpet flyover. Speaking about SRDP projects, Rama Rao said that so far, Rs 80 billion was spent for SRDP projectss and the flyover inaugurated on Sunday happened to be the 34th SRDP project. “Eleven more projects will be completed in 2023,” he said. The Kothaguda multi-level flyover built at a cost of Rs 2.63 billion is the second longest flyover under SRDP and includes 2.21 km of the main flyover and two ramps of 784 m each. Also, a 470 m three-lane underpass at Kothaguda junction is part of the project. The Minister pointed out that the pace at which infrastructure projects were being built in Hyderabad was not witnessed in any other city in the country. “This is being achieved because of Chief Minister K Chandrashekhar Rao‘s vision and guidance,” he said. The infrastructure was being expanded to meet the growing needs of Hyderabad as lakhs of people from other districts and States make the city their home every year because of education, employment and other opportunities available here. The infrastructure and amenities in Hyderabad were being developed taking into consideration the needs of people for the next 50 years. Rama Rao also said 31 Sewerage Treatment Plants (STPs) were being constructed and by the month of May, Hyderabad would become the first city in India to be treating 100 per cent of its sewerage. One of the major issues faced by the city for decades in the form of urban flooding too was getting addressed this year with the Strategic Nala Development Programme (SNDP) taken up in Hyderabad and eight municipalities around it, scheduled to be completed by April, the Minister added. Also Read MMRDA to build two new bridges to improve Virar-Palghar connectivity Blume Ventures collaborates with Bridgestone India

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