Officials of the National Highway Authority of India (NHAI) got a dressing down from the district administration during a meeting to review the status of NHAI projects in and around Ludhiana on Thursday.
Open drains, inadequate lighting and waterlogged roads along the service lanes, which are the main entry points to the highways, were some of the key issues highlighted during the meeting.
Jalandhar-Panipat highway mess
Dilapidated condition of service lanes and waterlogging along the Jalandhar-Panipat highway was discussed.
Of the total 291-km stretch, 175km is in Punjab whereas the rest is in Haryana. In Punjab, the company is yet to complete the work on flyovers in Ludhiana, Phagwara and Jalandhar. Read more
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