chandrayangutta: Hyderabad: Chandrayangutta flyover to be prepared by June-end | Hyderabad Information


HYDERABAD: The much-delayed Chandrayangutta flyover extension work at NH-44 is predicted to be accomplished by the top of June. The Rs 47 crore venture certain in direction of Falaknuma has been one of the vital delayed initiatives underneath the Strategic Street Improvement Plan (SRDP) since its launch in 2018 owing to Covid-19, 2020 floods and a number of other different components.
As a result of this, the whole stretch from Chandrayangutta outdated police station highway until Falaknuma highway
usually witnesses bumper to bumper site visitors. GHMC sources stated that the final part work in direction of Hafeez Baba Nagar is pending because it nonetheless needs to be related and a brand new highway could be laid on high.
“We hope to launch it by July first week and the work is being carried out on a battle footing. Already, the whole stretch from Santosh Nagar to Chandrayangutta has seen enchancment with the inauguration of the Abdul Kalam flyover on the Ow aisi Hospital junction. As soon as this one is in place, we’ll see a considerable enchancment,” a senior engineer instructed TOI.
The present flyover is 480 metres lengthy and is being ex tended by one other 500 metres together with road-widening. “The standing committee accepted the flyover in 2018 and it ought to have been accomplished by 2019 as per the sooner deadline. However, the shortage of correct coordination with HMWSSB and TSSPDCL for shifting water, sewage pipelines and in addition the electrical wire and poles compounded the issue. We hope the deadline isn’t postpon ed once more,” Mohammed Rizwan, a civic activist and a neighborhood resident stated.
Minister KT Rama Rao and MP Asaduddin Owaisi will open it for public.


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