Chandigarh, Jan 21 (UNI) Haryana Chief Minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda today said work on Badarpur flyover would be started within next three months as this was a prestigious project of national interest.
The announcement was made by the Chief Minister while presiding over a meeting held with the Chairman of National Highway Authority of India (NHAI) N Gokulram and officers of PWD(B&R) Department here today.
Mr Hooda said after constructing the six-lane Badarpur flyover, the traffic to Faridabad and Delhi would be eased.
He expressed hope that the ground work on this would be started by the May next.
Expressing happiness that the NHAI had also sanctioned six laning of the bridge at Rasoi in district Sonipat and for agreeing to provide a flyover at Bahalgarh junction, he urged Mr Gokulram to ensure early completion of Murthal and Gannaur Flyover, which has been pending for more than seven years.
He advocated paying the compensation at the rate as recommended by the State Gsovernment for acquiring the land on Bahadurgarh-Rohtak stretch of National Highway-10, so that the farmers could get remunerative prices for their land.
He also asked him for sanctioning the estimates for repairing the roads at Natioanl Highway No 10 till the work was over.
The Chief Minister stressed the need for early allocation of work at Rohak-Panipat National Highway No 71 and Rohtak-Bawal highway section National highway 71A.
He also reminded the NHAI Chairman regarding the need for foot over bridges of National Highway No. 8 and said four foot over bridges would be constructed in this area.
Mr Hooda asked the Chairman for additional access to eastern peripheral expressway as it crosses Palwal-Mohna Road, Palwal Hassanpur Road and Palwal-Aligarh Road.
He said the six-laning work of Panipat-Ambala section be taken in hand immediately besides the work of four laning of Rohtak-Hisar section.
The Chief Minister also directed the officers of PWD (B&R) Department that a feasibility report be made for constructing an underground pass at Gurgaon to connect the tourism land located on both sides of National Highway.
He also asked the Chairman, NHAI to maintain NH-1 properly and to work out the feasibilities of shifting the barrier of NHAI installed at Karnal.
Mr Gokulram assured the Chief Minister that all the projects relating to NHAI would be completed within the time frame and efforts would be made for starting the new projects at the earliest.
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