Thursday, July 31, 2008

CMH road work to begin next week

CMH road work to begin next week
DH News Service, Bangalore:
The City Traffic Police will implement the traffic diversion plan of Bangalore Metro Rail Corporation Limited (BMRCL) on CMH Road from next week.

BMRCL that was supposed to commence barricading the CMH Road in Indiranagar to begin construction of piers/ viaducts of the ‘Namma Metro’ project from Monday has postponed the commencement of work by a few days.

DCP (Traffic) K Srinivas told Deccan Herald that the police have requested for marshals/personnel from the BMRCL to help assist traffic cops once the new restrictions are in place. “The traffic plan is ready to be implemented. But signboards are being made to have them installed for the benefit of the motorists and the public. Once this is ready, We will immediately implement the plan” Srinivas added.

Road widening
BMRCL sources said, the plan was supposed to be implemented from 28 July, but was put off due to the road widening, installation of new streetlights and asphalting work taking place. “It will be implemented from next week” explained officials.

Meanwhile, another private property (Citi Bank) ATM was demolished on the CMH Road here on Wednesday to pave way for the construction.

Till date the BMRCL has demolished close to ten private properties on Reach 1, whose owners have handed over possession for the project and accepted compensation awarded by
Karnataka Industrial Areas Development Board.


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