Thiruvananthapuram smart road work will miss the revised target
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Thiruvananthapuram smart road work will miss the revised target

Another impediment to the building of smart roadways under the Smart City project in the state capital is the possibility that important roads won't be finished by the extended June 15 deadline. The main reason for the delay is because there have allegedly been several sewage line explosions when utilities were being buried. An important sewage pipe ruptured in the Vazhuthacaud neighbourhood, which caused the construction to stop and made the contractors' problems worse. The event is only one of several that have thrown off the timeline, making it harder and harder to reach the completion deadlines. The officials had to extend the deadline to June 15 since the unceasing rains had earlier caused disruptions to the operation. Smart City officials have acknowledged the setbacks but remain focused on ensuring that the roads become navigable by the deadline. According to a project spokesperson, they are working tirelessly to achieve this goal by June 15. Moreover, the spokesperson indicated that other associated work would need to continue beyond this date. Smart City Thiruvananthapuram Ltd. (SCTL) and Kerala Road Fund Board (KRFB) are collaborating closely with Kerala Water Authority (KWA) to ensure the timely repair and replacement of broken sewerage pipelines. A KRFB official noted that there had been some delay on the part of KWA in replacing the damaged lines. However, the work has gained momentum now after the rains interrupted it for three days.. In order to update Thiruvananthapuram's infrastructure, the Smart City project calls for the construction of many smart highways that are outfitted with cutting-edge features and amenities. The recurring busts in the city's sewage lines, however, have highlighted the fundamental difficulties in integrating new systems with the current infrastructure. Each burst causes major delays since it needs to be attended to right away and repaired, and occasionally the afflicted areas need to be completely overhauled. General Education Minister V Sivankutty called a meeting with representatives from KRFB, Smart City, and district administration last month to discuss these problems. A new deadline of June 15 was established at the conference for the completion of all smart road projects under the Smart City plan.

Another impediment to the building of smart roadways under the Smart City project in the state capital is the possibility that important roads won't be finished by the extended June 15 deadline. The main reason for the delay is because there have allegedly been several sewage line explosions when utilities were being buried. An important sewage pipe ruptured in the Vazhuthacaud neighbourhood, which caused the construction to stop and made the contractors' problems worse. The event is only one of several that have thrown off the timeline, making it harder and harder to reach the completion deadlines. The officials had to extend the deadline to June 15 since the unceasing rains had earlier caused disruptions to the operation. Smart City officials have acknowledged the setbacks but remain focused on ensuring that the roads become navigable by the deadline. According to a project spokesperson, they are working tirelessly to achieve this goal by June 15. Moreover, the spokesperson indicated that other associated work would need to continue beyond this date. Smart City Thiruvananthapuram Ltd. (SCTL) and Kerala Road Fund Board (KRFB) are collaborating closely with Kerala Water Authority (KWA) to ensure the timely repair and replacement of broken sewerage pipelines. A KRFB official noted that there had been some delay on the part of KWA in replacing the damaged lines. However, the work has gained momentum now after the rains interrupted it for three days.. In order to update Thiruvananthapuram's infrastructure, the Smart City project calls for the construction of many smart highways that are outfitted with cutting-edge features and amenities. The recurring busts in the city's sewage lines, however, have highlighted the fundamental difficulties in integrating new systems with the current infrastructure. Each burst causes major delays since it needs to be attended to right away and repaired, and occasionally the afflicted areas need to be completely overhauled. General Education Minister V Sivankutty called a meeting with representatives from KRFB, Smart City, and district administration last month to discuss these problems. A new deadline of June 15 was established at the conference for the completion of all smart road projects under the Smart City plan.

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