Hyderabad: Seeking to ease the travails of motorists within the bustling IT hall of the town, a brand new Road beneath Bridge (RuB) is all set to open at Hitec City MMTS station.
Built as a part of the Strategic Road Development Programme (SRDP) initiated by the Chief Minister Ok Chandrasekhar Rao, the RuB shall be inaugurated by MA&UD Minister KT Rama Rao, on Monday.
The facility, arrange at a price of Rs 66.59 crores, comes as an enormous aid for scores of motorists within the IT hall travelling between Hitec City and Kukatpally and areas additional alongside the Mumbai Highway, because it gives battle free motion. It additionally solves the problems that the motorists for years have been going through with water that used to get stagnated beneath the railway tracks close to the MMTS station. The state of affairs used to worsen through the monsoons because the runoff would accumulate right here forcing bikes and automobiles to wade via it.
Completed by the Greater Hyderabad Municipal Corporation (GHMC), the RuB spans 410m in size, 20.60m in width and comes with a 9m bi-directional carriageway together with that of approaches. The service street is 9m on Hitech City facet and 11m on Kukatpally facet.
The Hitec City RuB occurs to be one of many tasks on the hall from Gachibowli to JNTU which has been earmarked as one of many prime precedence beneath Comprehensive Traffic Study report. Further, this hall is taken up beneath Phase-I of the SRDP.
In this hall, multi-level flyovers have been constructed and opened to site visitors beneath SRDP at nearly all of the junctions i.e., Bio-Diversity, Mind Space, Ayyappa Society and Rajiv Gandhi junctions which have considerably eased the site visitors motion within the hall. With the RuB opened for site visitors, it’s going to additional ease the site visitors motion by resolving one of many main bottlenecks on this hall as the prevailing RoB close to Hitech MMTS Railway station has already reached its most capability, the GHMC identified. Also, with the completion of the RuB, the hall from Gachibowli to JNTU i.e., 10.25 km, has been achieved as a battle free hall.
In view of the geographical constraints on the web site for gravity disposal of storm water and perennial seepage of water from the neighborhood to the valley of the RuB, a RCC Sump with 800 kiloliter capability has been constructed beneath the strategy. Additionally, to bail out the storm water throughout downpours, two sensor responsive 40HP pumps have been put in. As steady seepage of roughly 35,000 to 40,000 litres per day is seen right here, the civic physique has deliberate to utilise this storage of contemporary water within the sump for every day watering for plantation within the close by areas in Moosapet Circle.