DPR in the works for Regional Ring Road
Hyderabad, Aug 9 (INN): Chief Minister K. Chandrashekhar Rao instructed the officials to prepare a Detailed Project Report on construction of Regional Ring Road on the other side of the existing Outer Ring Road.
The proposed Outer Ring Road should be of excellence on par with the international standards. The Chief Minister said that he would personally initiate and speak with the concerned officials of the Government of India for release of funds for the construction of Outer Ring Road.
Chief Minister held a review meeting on Thursday at Pragathi Bhavan. Chief Secretary SK Joshi, R& B ENC Ganapathi Reddy and other officials were present in the meeting. CM Spoke over telephone with Minister Tummala Nageshwar Rao.
'Hyderabad City is the best cosmopolitan city in India. The city is developing in leaps and bonds due to affordable and liveable climatic conditions and people are living harmoniously. There will be increase of commuters from nook and corner regularly to Hyderabad. So, the existing Outer Ring Road will not be adequate for the floating traffic in future. The Government decided for the construction of Regional Ring Road. The Regional Ring Road will be laid at a stretch of 338 kilometres covering Sangareddy ' Gajwel ' Chowtuppal -Mal ' Kadthal - Shadnagar ' Chevella ' Kandi. The width of the road will be 500 feet. The proposed Regional Ring Road should surpass the existing Mumbai - Pune, Ahmedabad - Vadodara express highways. The junction roads connecting Vijayawada, Mumbai Bengaluru, Nagpur are to be developed. At these junctions the government will accumulate 300 to 500 acres of land and provide amenities like parking, food courts, rest rooms, parks, children play area, shopping malls, drinking water, toilets. The Regional Ring Road should be on par with the international standards. Officials should visit various countries and study the existing High ways and amenities provided,' the Chief Minister said.
News Posted: 10 August, 2018