The process of land acquisition for widening the Thuravoor-Oachira stretch of National Highway (NH) 66 is making little headway.
Running over nine years behind schedule, the 136-km-long Western Peripheral Expressway, also known as the Kundli-Manesar-Palwal (KMP) Expressway, will become fully operational on November 10 with the inauguration of its 83-km-long Kundli-Manesar section.
Expressing dissatisfaction over the inordinate delay in completing the two packages of works pertaining to the expansion of the National Highway-216, Special Chief Secretary to the government (Roads and Buildings Department) Neerabh Kumar Prasad on Wednesday asked the contracting agencies to show progress in the works by the end of November.
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With the process of land acquisition for widening the Thuravoor-Oachira stretch of National Highway (NH) 66 making slow progress, the National Highways Authority of India (NHAI) has been asked to hasten laying of alignment stones.
Citizens from various walks of life and NGOs staged a demonstration in the city against the proposed elevated highway through Bandipur National Park and revoking of the ban on night traffic, here on Thursday.
Heads of State Road Transport Corporations, which had sought fare hike before the State cut down duties by ₹2, aver that they have reached a position where they cannot run the show unless fares are either increased or the government brings in a shift in the policy favouring public transport.
Allaying fears of commuters, the Bangalore Development Authority (BDA) on Wednesday issued a release stating there is no threat to the safety of Hebbal flyover as reported in the media. The release stated that the crack, which was being reported to have occurred on the structure, was a ‘construction joint where multiple arms consisting of…
The Peechi police have registered a case of culpable homicide against the National Highways Authority of India (NHAI) and the contract company on the charge of causing accidents by undertaking road construction works on the battered stretch of the Palakkad-Thrissur National Highway without proper safety guidelines.
The process of taking over the land notified for developing the National Highway stretch in the district is in progress despite protests by local residents against the alignments at a few places.