In a move that is set to dramatically transform the city’s urban landscape, National Highway Authority of India (NHAI) has approved the construction of India’s first four-layer transport system in Nagpur.
After intervention by Union Minister for Road Transport & Highways Nitin Gadkari Shipping, the NHAI authorities cleared the ₹573 crore proposal by Maharashtra Metro Rail Corporation (MahaMetro) for commencing the construction of flyover and Metro route at Kamptee Road, Nagpur.
Kamptee Road is the city’s busiest arterial road with multiple traffic junctions. A number of educational institutions, commercial places, cinema halls, malls are situated along the road.
The complex engineering project is part of the Reach-II segment of Nagpur Metro Rail project which stretches from Sitabuldi Interchange Metro Station to Automotive Square Metro Station. Read more
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