Press Reporter News Service
Faridabad, June 1
The Faridabad Metro Growth Authority (FMDA) has launched its first tender for inviting citation for consultancy on the preparation of a feasibility study-cum-primary design for town’s connectivity enhancement undertaking.
The price of the tender is round Rs 1.10 crore.
Revealing that the preparation of the feasibility report had initially been authorized within the first assembly of the FMDA held underneath the chairmanship of the Chief Minister on April 10 this yr, a senior FMDA official mentioned the undertaking was aimed toward offering uninterrupted connectivity between the japanese and western components of town, which was lacking to date. Divided by the Nationwide Freeway-19 and the principle railway line connecting Delhi and southern and western components of the nation, town has been separated into two components, leading to visitors bottlenecks attributable to no direct entry.
Claiming that this was the FMDA first undertaking, which got here into being in 2018, CEO Sudhir Rajpal mentioned the tender for the collection of a marketing consultant on the connectivity undertaking had been launched and the work on it’s anticipated to roll inside a month’s time. Revealing that the undertaking proposes to offer 4 parallel routes of 120-km size to facilitate direct connectivity between the japanese and western components of town, having a complete inhabitants of over 20 lakh, he mentioned it might be seen as part of the general Complete Mobility Plan value Rs 28,548 crore ready by Faridabad Good Metropolis Restricted (FSCL) and aimed to be in place by 2041.
“The marketing consultant will present the alignment and design of the proposed 4 new routes underneath the plan recognized as Surajkund-NHPC- Larger Faridabad; Ankhir- Badkhal-Larger Faridabad; Faridabad-Gurugram road-Larger Faridabad; and Pali-Sohna road-Tigaon-Larger Faridabad,” says Garima Mittal, Further CEO, FMDA.