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  • 30th Nov 18

    Will 102-Km Elevated Corridor In Bengaluru Fix Traffic Woes?

    The Karnataka government on November 29 gave its approval to construct a 102-kilometre elevated corridor project in Bengaluru. The project, which was conceptualised 12 years ago, once constructed will ensure smoother traffic across north-south, east-west and in the central parts of the city. The development work will start in January next year and will be undertaken by the Karnataka Road Development Corporation Limited. The project, to be constructed at a cost of Rs 25,495 crore, is likely to be completed by 2025.
  • 5th Sep 18

    Kolkata Bridge Collapse: Why Urban Planning Must Go Hand In Hand With Structural Safety

    The partial collapse of Kolkata's Majerhat Bridge on September 4 has claimed around five lives so far and left several injured. Despite in-your-face warnings, the city's Public Works Department (PWD) could do nothing to stop the accident.
  • 26th Sep 18

    DDA Approves 6-Lane Flyover To Decongest East Delhi

    The Delhi Development Authority has approved a proposal for the construction of a flyover between Apsara Border and Ghazipur intersection on the National Highway-24. To be constructed by Delhi’s Public Works Department, the two-km corridor will help decongest some of the key areas of east Delhi.
  • 19th Nov 18

    PM Modi Inaugurates 135-Km Western Peripheral Expressway

    Prime Minister Narendra Modi on November 19 inaugurated the 83-km-long Kundli-Manesar section of this infrastructure project; the remaining 53-km stretch has been operational since April 2016. The expressway will offer signal-free connectivity to Palwal from Sonepat, bypassing Delhi. The expressway highway together with the Eastern Peripheral Expressway, will divert as many as 50,000 heavy vehicles away from Delhi.
  • 13th Jun 18

    Delayed For A Decade, RTR Flyover Still Struggles For Attention

    The Raja Tula Ram Flyover was proposed as a two-carriageway stretch but got converted into a single-lane flyover in 2009 due to objections raised by the residents calling it a constant source of ‘noise pollution’. While the single-carriageway flyover created further traffic bottlenecks, a parallel road was finally proposed in November 2014 which has already missed three deadlines. Now, the latest deadline has been set to December 2018 for which the Public Works’ Department is racing against time.
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