KTR for slip roads to ease traffic flow in Hyderabad

Hyderabad: Metropolitan Administration and Urban Development Minister KT Rama Rao coordinated Greater Hyderabad Municipal Corporation (GHMC) to lay however many slip streets as could be allowed to ease traffic clog in the city.

The city company previously distinguished 55 streets for this and plans were being made as needs be. During a gathering with GHMC authorities here on Thursday, Rama Rao trained the city body to facilitate the works.

Of the 55 streets, Road Development Plans (RDPs) relating to 40 were prepared. Of these, to extends should be opened up by obtaining 90 properties. When the property securing is finished, it will clear path for taking up the principal period of the slip streets improvement program, authorities educated the Minister.

On top of fast advancement of the city, the necessary foundation, particularly street arrange, was being created for the comfort of street clients, other than encouraging issue free development of traffic, the Minister said.

Towards this activity, Strategic Road Development Program (SRDP) and Comprehensive Road Maintenance (CRM) works were being taken up, he said. Aside from the street arrange, equivalent significance was given to intersection improvement and diminishing traffic issues. Need was likewise agreed for creating offices for people on foot, especially development of asphalts and clearing infringements, Rama Rao said.

Guidelines were given to Zonal Commissioners to create and build 10 km of asphalts in their individual zones for the accommodation of people on foot. To utilize the space underneath high-strain wire towers, the Minister requested that the authorities investigate the potential outcomes of building streets under the power passages and present an itemized report on the issue.

He needed Hyderabad Metropolitan Development Authority and GHMC to work in coordination for the improvement of streets. Civic chairman Bonthu Rammohan, MA&UD Principal Secretary Arvind Kumar, GHMC Commissioner Lokesh Kumar, and others took an interest in the gathering, as per a public statement.

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