Hyderabad: In the past six years the state has spent Rs. 8,113 crores on various development works in the GHMC area, Telangana's minister for municipal administration and urban development department K.T Ramarao announced on 9 November.
Ministers @KTRTRS, @YadavTalasani and @SabithaindraTRS inaugurated a newly laid link road between Old Bombay highway and DPS via Engineering Staff College of India. pic.twitter.com/ORUnC7pBk2— Minister for IT, Industries, MA & UD, Telangana (@MinisterKTR) November 9, 2020
Ministers @KTRTRS, @YadavTalasani and @SabithaindraTRS inaugurated a newly laid link road between Old Bombay highway and DPS via Engineering Staff College of India. pic.twitter.com/ORUnC7pBk2
On Monday, KTR inaugurated three link roads and laid the foundation stone for an underpass in Road No. 45 Nandi Hills in the Serilingampally zone. Speaking during the occasion, he said the state government had spent Rs. 8,113 crores on constructing flyovers and underpass, laying slip/link roads, on junction improvements, and other developmental activities. In order to reduce traffic on the city's main roads, 137 link roads were developed in the city on a budget of Rs. 313 crores.
The minister laid the foundation stone for a Rs. 23.10 crores vehicular underpass from old Bombay highway to Road No. 45. The four-lane road will reduce traffic problems on Old Bowinpally Road. He also inaugurated the 2.30 km link road from Old Bowinpally to the Engineering Staff College via Delhi Public school. It was built at a cost of Rs. 19.51 crores. A 1.20 km link road from Road old Bombay to Road No. 45 was built at a cost of Rs. 15.54 crores while another 1.20 km link road from Miyapur highway to H.T Lines was constructed at a cost of Rs. 9.61 crores.