Rs. 2,410 crore for 104 corridors in GHMC and 10 ULBs
The Government of Telangana has given administrative sanction of Rs. 2,410 crore for the development of roads in urban local bodies around the GHMC
HYDERABAD: The Government of Telangana has given administrative sanction of Rs. 2,410 crore for the development of roads in urban local bodies around the Greater Hyderabad Municipal Corporation (GHMC).
As part of the programme, 104 corridors for the construction of the missing links and development improvement projects will be taken up at a cost of Rs. 2410 crore under phase 3.
The Hyderabad Road Development Corporation Limited (HRDCL) will take up the works.
The Managing Director of the HRDCL had informed the government that upon the success of the projects under phase 1 and phase 2, it was decided to extend 104 roads identified within the limits of GHMC and adjoining 10 ULBs. While the first and second phases were completed, the balance works were estimated to cost Rs.1,500 crore, according to Special Chief Secretary Arvind Kumar.
The Government sanctioned permission to the HRDCL to take up 50 roads for an amount of Rs. 1,500 crores in Phase-III with 5 Packages on a priority basis.
Apart from the GHMC the adjoining 10 ULBS where the project will be taken up to construct roads are Kothur, Shamshabad, Badangpet, Ibrahimpatnam, Dammaiguda, Jawahar Nagar corporation, Nagaram, Pocharam, Ghatkesar, and Bandlaguda Jagir.