National Highways Authority of India (NHAI) on Friday carried out an eviction drive to eliminate the blind spots on the Trichy-Dindigul NH83 near Vaiyampatti flyover. The service road of the elevated stretch passing through the locality was encroached upon by makeshift shops thereby obstructing vehicular movement.
NHAI sources said that Trichy-Dindigul NH passing through the Vaiyampatti hamlet had a flyover to bypass the village. With a couple of half kilometre service roads on either side, the local people have been exploiting the space to set up around 100 makeshift shops. As the shops attracted a sizeable number of customers every day, visitors parked their vehicles on the service road thereby choking vehicular movement towards the national highways.
“To render better visibility for the road users approaching NH83 from Vaiyampatti and vice-versa, we have evicted temporary encroachments, mostly makeshift shops of hawkers,” an official source with NHAI said. Read More
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