Preparations for building an elevated bridge between MR-9 and Naulakha on the BRTS corridor have reached the final stages. april

The field work of this longest bridge of the city will start. PWD Bridge Cell is preparing to start its work from Industry House Tiraha to LIG.

Work will start between Industry House and LIG from April

The target is to complete the work in about two years after it starts. Official sources say that information about all the lines including sewerage, water, telephone and gas lines on the BRTS corridor has been collected from the concerned departments. That Pillars and excavation locations have been decided accordingly. Here, testing work for the elevated bridge is also going on at a rapid pace. Four machines are doing this work at different places. Recently, soil and rock testing work was done between Geeta Bhawan intersection and Shivaji Statue. More than 60 spaces on the corridor.

Testing work has to be done. However, officials say that there is no problem in starting work in the areas where testing has been done for the 7.5 km long bridge. Testing work will continue simultaneously at other places. Due to Holi and Rangpanchami, excavation or pillar construction work has not been started at present. This work will start after the festivals. The length of this bridge worth Rs 306 crore is 6.60 km and if the length of three arms (Greater Kailash Road, Lidwala Well and Shivaji Pratima-Bypass Road) is added to it, then the total length of the bridge becomes 7.40 km.

Preparations also started to remove the obstacles…

PWD has also handed over the work of removing power lines and transformers etc. obstructing the construction of the elevated bridge to a separate agency. Preparations are on to start this work in a phased manner.

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