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  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 25th Jul 18

    ‘Skyscraper Bridge’ Coming Up In Mumbai

    If all goes as planned, Mumbaikars will have the good fortune of having India’s first skyscraper bridge between Worli and Sewri. Planned in 2011, the project did not make any headway at that time, but has been revived by the Mumbai Metropolitan Region Development Authority (MMRDA) now.
  • 24th Jul 18

    Barapullah Road Phase-II Opens For Public On July 28

    Phase-II-and-III of the Barapullah Road will make the commute easier between east and south Delhi. The two-km section would connect the existing stretch of Akshardham-Jawaharlal Nehru to INA Market and Aurobindo Marg in south Delhi, passing through Sewa Nagar Railway Crossing, Kushak drain and Lodhi Colony.
  • 25th Mar 18

    Ride to Delhi Airport To Get Signal Free

    About 14 months after the idea to make the stretch between the Indira Gandhi Airport and Dhaula Kuan signal-free was mooted and about two months after Housing Minister Hardeep Singh Puri laid the foundation stone of the project, the National Highways Authority of India would not start the construction work. The Supreme Court’s Central Empowered Committee recently gave the highways development agency the permission to fell trees as it goes ahead to build infrastructure projects that would rid the always-in-use stretch of its almost-always –existing traffic jams.
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