The municipal minister K.TARAKA RAMA Rao has revealed that the two main flyovers projects will soon start coming from Uppal to the main city of Hyderabad. The long term pending amber patrol flyovers will also be inaugurated with Uppal elevated corridor, he said. “We are trying to complete these projects at the cost of Rs 1,200 crore,” he told the GHMC officials on Sunday to speed up the land acquisition process. Minister KTR said the national surcharge was approved by the elevated corridor, which will be constructed with four lines to ensure no traffic emissions from the Uppal main city. The proposed elevated corridor will be constructed at 6.4 km from Uppal, Nandavanam (Narapalli) and Bhagyanagar with Rs 960 crore. KTR explained that only Rs.330 crore was allocated for land acquisition. The Minister said that the project was approved by the central government and the officials are going to Delhi with the Integrated Project Report (DPR) on 17th of this month. Amberpet flyovers will be constructed at a cost of Rs.240 crore from Kolanakka to Ramanatpur, while KTR said. GHMC will land on this project and it will be completed soon. The tenders will be called for immediate tasks.
Minister KTR declared that he is trying to complete the proposed projects in the next two years and is willing to allocate more funds for land acquisition. The Telangana government has given high priority to the implementation of these projects, he said. Chief Minister KCR also telephoned Union Minister Nitin Gadkari and requested several times that he had convened a meeting with National Highways and Union Minister Gadkari on the orders of Chief Minister Oommen Chandy on 1st of this month. First, the Warangal-Hyderabad Road connectivity was studied. The Amberpet Flyover project is in the proposals for many years and the government has received special attention and persistent consultation, “he said. Minister KTR thanked Union Minister Nitin Gadkari for the two projects.