The Maharashtra State Road Development Corporation (MSRDC) has said that it has scrapped the plan to have emergency runways on the proposed 701-km-long Mumbai Nagpur Super Communication Expressway. The MSRDC also informed the potential bidders for construction that the plan has not received any positive response from the civil aviation ministry or the Indian Air Force (IAF).
The MSRDC had proposed to have five emergency runways on the expressway in the case of floods or a war-like situation.
However, it has said that after no keen interest was shown for the same, it has decided to scrap the construction. Read More…
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