Balanagar flyover works to begin from March 17

Vishwas News

Hyderabad, Mar 10:The works of the much-awaited Balanagar flyover will commence from March 17 and Hyderabad Metropolitan Development Authority (HMDA) has appealed to traffic police to divert traffic for executing the works.
Municipal Administration and Urban Development Minister KT Rama Rao had laid foundation for the flyover in October last year. Since then the project works could not be taken up due to different reasons, including delay in land acquisition.
During a review meeting, HMDA Commissioner T Chiranjeevulu wanted Greater Hyderabad Municipal Corporation (GHMC) to expedite the properties acquisition.
GHMC officials said 357 properties were identified for land acquisition. Of these, 82 properties were government properties and 49 property owners had given consent for acquisition.
This apart, BSCPL - the executing agency said foundation hydraulic rig machine would be mobilised in a few days. The agency representatives said after conducting a trial run at another site, the machine would be deployed at the construction site.
HMDA is constructing the 1.32 km flyover connecting Balanagar and Narsapur crossroads at a cost of Rs 387 crore. Of these, Rs 260 crore would be spent on land acquisition and the rest for constructing the flyover.
Residents, especially those in Fatehnagar and surrounding areas have been demanding for a flyover to ease traffic congestion as jams have become a regular feature in the area, particularly during the peak hours.
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