As reports about bridges being washed away or damaged during the monsoon pour in from across the state, the Pune Municipal Corporation (PMC) has undertaken the inspection, testing and technical audit of old bridges, flyovers and railway overbridges (ROBs) in the civic jurisdiction.
The PMC has divided the bridges into two categories Heritage bridges that were constructed before 1952, and those built after 1952.
The bridges include Bund-Garden river bridge on Mula-Mutha river, Holkar Old river bridge on Mula river, Bopodi Old river bridge on Mula river, Aundh-Wakad river bridge on Mula river, old Sangam river bridge on Mutha river, Bhide river bridge on Mutha river, Sawarkar flyover at Paud Road, Neelam Talkies flyover, Hadapsar Kirloskar Numatic railway flyover, Sadhu Vaswani ROB, Koregaon Park Alankar Talkies railway flyover, Sancheti railway flyover, and old Prince Agakhan flyover near the old Residency Club. Read More…
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