Sanat Nagar flyover DPR forwarded: Javed
Srinagar, May 8: Cornered over state’s failure to construct much required flyover at the Sanat Nagar square, a hub of mishaps, the Minister of State for R&B, Javed Ahmad Dar Tuesday reiterated that a Detailed Project Report (DPR) has been forwarded to the centre for approval of funds.
“The meeting (chaired by MOS) was informed that detailed projects reports (DPR) for construction of flyovers at Sanantnagar and Bemina have been forwarded to Union Ministry of High Ways and Transport for approval while the matter of Shaltang flyover would be taken up with Border Roads Organisation (BRO),” an official handout said.
“It was given out that survey is being conducted to explore the possibilities for construction of alternative link on Sempora-Pantha Chowk part of Anantnag-Srinagar highway up to bypass the Pantha Chowk junction, which is witnessing frequent traffic jams,” it added. “Government is contemplating to construct flyovers and grade separators at Radio Kashmir, Dalgate TRC, Convent School Rajbagh and Soura junctions in Srinagar to overcome the traffic jam issue”, the Minister said at a meeting of engineers of R&B department, which among others was attended by Chief Engineer, Mushtaq Ahmad Lone.
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