Nitin Gadkari inspects Udaipur Bypass Project from helicopter

Nitin Gadkari inspects Udaipur Bypass Project from helicopter

Debari-Kaya bypass is expected to start in the month of September

 
NITIN GADKARI UDAIPUR BYPASS

On Tuesday 4 July, 2023, Minister of Road Transport and Highways Nitin Gadkari conducted an inspection of the ongoing construction of the Debari to Kaya bypass in Udaipur. He carefully observed the project's progress by flying over the entire border area in a helicopter, gaining comprehensive information from the officials present. The construction of this bypass commenced in November 2017 with an initial completion deadline set for November 2019. However, due to financial difficulties faced by the contractor, the project could not be completed within the designated timeframe.

Following the inspection of the significant Udaipur Green Field Bypass project for the city, Nitin Gadkari took to Twitter to share photos and videos. He expressed that the construction of the 24 km long, 6-lane greenfield bypass, which is being built at a cost of Rs 900 crore, is progressing rapidly. 

The construction of this bypass is expected to be finished by September 2023. Once completed, it will divert the traffic traveling from Jaipur to Ahmedabad, providing relief to Udaipur city from traffic congestion. This bypass will greatly contribute to alleviating traffic jams in Udaipur.

The construction of the bypass will lead to several positive outcomes:

  • It will alleviate the pressure of heavy vehicles within Udaipur city, resulting in a reduction of noise and air pollution.
  •  The closure of heavy vehicles at the Pratap Nagar intersection will enhance the ease of movement for small passenger vehicles and local residents.
  • The Balicha-Eklingpura-Maddi-Pratapnagar intersection bypass will experience reduced vehicular congestion, making commuting more convenient for local residents.
  • The bypass will provide an easier route for Krishna devotees traveling from Gujarat to Nathdwara.
  • Currently, tourists and Vaishnavs from Gujarat often experience traffic jams and delays due to traffic congestion and red signals upon entering the city, which will be mitigated.
  •  The colonies situated along the highway will find a permanent solution to the issues caused by heavy vehicle traffic.

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