Press Reporter News Service
Hisar, December 31
To decongest the visitors in Hisar city, the state authorities has permitted the development of a nine-km elevated highway in Hisar city.
District officers mentioned following the completion of the feasibility research and detailed venture report, the work was more likely to begin in 2022 on this venture.
This would be the second elevated highway of the state. Earlier, the NHAI had constructed almost 10-km elevated highway in Panipat city in 2008. The estimated price of this venture is tipped to be round Rs 1,100 crore.
Deputy Chief Minister Dushyant Chautala mentioned this elevated highway can be constructed on the primary Delhi highway having a complete size of 9 km. It would down flip on the crossing in Sector 14. He mentioned there can be 5 – 6 entry-exit factors on this elevated highway on the major junctions of the city, which would supply connectivity for residents.
“There’s a plan to attach the primary roads like Tosham Highway, Rajgarh Highway. Moreover, there shall be an exit-entry level close to the Pink Sq. market and a few different factors within the city as per the feasibility”, he knowledgeable.
“The DPR of the elevated highway is being ready, the work will begin as quickly as this report is finalised in 2022”, he mentioned. The residents mentioned the rising visitors within the city had led to frequent jams on your complete highway. There are a number of factors, together with the bus stand, Nagori Gate, Agresen Chowk, Pink sq. market, Laxmi Bai Chowk, Fawwara chowk, Matka Chowk and the PLA markets. These are the primary spots the place the visitors stays jammed particularly through the peak hours”, mentioned Arun Sihag, a resident. Yograj Sharma, a social activist, who has been taking over the problem with the federal government for a very long time, mentioned there have been a number of roundabouts, together with Dabra Chowk, Fawwara Chowk, Camp Chowk, Jindal Chowk and Parijat Chowk, the place there have been fixed visitors jams.