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Bangalore gets 3 flyovers, to ease congestion on key roads

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Bangalore

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May. 02, 2012, 03:39 PM

Bangalore gets 3 flyovers, to ease congestion on key roadsKarnataka Chief Minister DV Sadananda Gowda, on Monday has inaugurated three flyovers, all located along the IT corridor, reports The Hindu. These flyovers aim to ease the congestion on three key roads in the city of Bangalore.

Gowda also laid the foundation stone for an upcoming housing project for the urban poor near Mahadevpura. Pointing to the Rs 5,500 crore earmarked in the budget, the chief minister said that his government committed to developing the city unlike the past governments that had neglected its growth. The state government has sanctioned Rs 3 crore for the Vemana Bhavana atMahadevapura.

The housing project, spread across 10 acres and 24 guntas, located in Gunjur, Mahadevpura and the three flyovers cost the government Rs 450 crore, Gowda added. The flyovers—at the Agara Junction, Iblur Junction and 14th Main Road Junction on HSR Layout, cost the Bangalore Development Authority (BDA) Rs 135 crore.

BDA has initiated work on grade separators on important roads, including the Jakkasandra Junction, Koramangala 100 ft Road, Koramangala 80 ft Road and Madiwala Road.




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