Ring roads planned to beat traffic problems

“To avoid traffic problems in city limits, ring roads are being planned,” said Karnataka Urban Infrastructure Development and Finance Corporation managing director Harsha Gupta.

Karnataka Urban Infrastructure Development and Finance Corporation managing director Harsha Gupta inspects progress of drinking water supply project in Chamarajanagar. dh photo

He was discussing with officials about various projects including drainage and drinking water supply taken up by Karnataka Urban Development and Finance Corporation.

Construction of ring roads in city will be taken up with essential technical guidance of corporation and officials need to have information regarding implementation of the works. “With construction of ring roads, land value across the roads will increase. Farmers will be benefitted and good road will be available for public. Land owners have to be made aware of profit gain with the construction of roads,” he said.

The work of drainage which has been taken up with an estimated cost of Rs 26 crore has to be implemented effectively. No resident area should be left out, he added.

Gangadhar, in charge of project, said, 60 km survey has already been done for the drainage system. The work will start by the month end and if some problem exists, it will be started within first week of April.

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