Road Widening at Ashok Nagar Intersection to Ease Traffic Congestion


Road Widening at Ashok Nagar Intersection to Ease Traffic Congestion

Tribal artworks, murals, and Molela art paintings will be created on the boundary wall...
 
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Now the problem of traffic congestion at the Ashok Nagar intersection in the city will be removed. The Manikyalal Verma Tribal Research and Training Institute will provide land to widen the road. The department issued orders on July 5, 2024. They will hand over 270 square meters (approximately 2906 square feet) of land to the Municipal Corporation to widen the road. 

MLA Inspection On-Site

City MLA Tarachand Jain inspected the site with Mayor GS Tank and municipal officials to address the traffic jam problem. He suggested widening the road by acquiring land from TRI and presented the issue to the Tribal Minister. The Minister directed the Secretary of Government to take action. Considering public interest, TRI issued orders to provide the land for free to build the road. Now, the Municipal Corporation will construct a road approximately 10 feet wide by acquiring land up to the end portion of TRI's main route.

Traffic Problems

Two-wheeler and four-wheeler drivers coming from Ashok Nagar face a lot of difficulties due to the traffic jam at the Durga Nursery intersection. To smooth traffic flow, vehicles are stopped and allowed to pass one lane at a time. This causes a traffic jam on the Ashok Nagar - Mohanlal Sukhadia University Road, and drivers are stuck for a long time. This situation worsens during the afternoon when schools close and in the evening when office hours end.

Paintings on Boundary Wall

TRI has also instructed the Municipal Corporation to install a 2.5-foot railing on top of the 3.5-meter boundary wall of the TRI office. The primary objective of the institute is the preservation and promotion of tribal art and culture. Keeping this in mind, tribal artworks, murals, and Molela art paintings will be created on the boundary wall at a height of 2 meters on the masonry structure facing outward and at designated locations within the institute's premises.

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