Development works costing Rs 10,000 crore to be taken up

A whopping amount of Rs.10,000 crores would be spent on various developmental works in Greater Hyderabad limits.

Published: 22nd August 2017 07:28 AM  |   Last Updated: 22nd August 2017 07:28 AM   |  A+A-

By Express News Service

HYDERABAD: A whopping amount of `10,000 crores would be spent on various developmental works in Greater Hyderabad limits.The works have been identified and tenders would be floated shortly for implementing them, Minister for Municipal Administration and Urban Development K T Rama Rao said.
Addressing a meeting after laying the foundation stone for the construction of a flyover from Balanagar crossroads to Narsapur crossroads here on Monday, KTR said that the commercial operation of Hyderabad Metro Rail from Nagole to Miyapur covering a distance of 30 km would start from November this year.

To ease traffic congestion in the city, the state government is also actively considering to take up the Phase-2 Metro Rail project in different stretches of the city, the minister said. After getting the required Defence lands, the state government would take two long skyways, one from Jubilee Bus Station to Tumukunta near Shamirpet and from Paradise to Kompally.Flyover from Road No.6 to Ramanthapur X Road costing around `250 crore would also be taken up soon. Meanwhile, `3,000 crore is being spent for construction of multi level flyovers, grade separators, under passes under Strategic Road Development Plan (SRDP) and works are under various stages of progress.

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