Nashik, Dec 26 (UNI) With the view to speeding-up the development of roads in the state, the Basic Amenities Committee of the state cabinet, today approved Rs 1,416 crore for four-laning work of 470 km long, eight roads, across the state, as part of the programme undertaken through privatisation.
This was informed in an official release, quoting State PWD Minister Chaggan Bhujbal in Mumbai.
A project of construction of an administrative complex at Yeola in Nashik District, was also approved in the meeting. Under the project worth Rs 26.77 crore, first of its kind in the country, offices of various departments, will be included in one administrative comples.
A project worth Rs 25.50 crore for establishing funicular trolley at Saptashring Gad, Vani, was also approved during the meeting.
Four-laning work of Aurangabad-Paithan road, Kolhapur (Shiroli) to Sangli road, Sabarmati-Phaltan-Shirwal road, Jam-Vadodara-Chandrapur-Badlapur road, Vani outside by-pass road in Yawatmal-Vani-Ghugyns stretch, Akola-Patun-Malegaon-Vashim-Kanhegaon road and Kanhegaon-Hingoli-Vangphata road includes in this project.
As part of the Marathwada road development project, four-laning work of Yedshi-Latur-Nanded Road (total 202 kms long), was also approved in the meeting, the release added.