Udaipur Elevated Road: Elevated Road to Span 12 Key Areas

Udaipur Elevated Road: Elevated Road to Span 12 Key Areas

First Elevated Road Project Finalized for Udaipur

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Udaipur’s first elevated road has been planned. The Detailed Project Report (DPR) for this significant infrastructure, connecting the Collector's Bungalow to the City Railway Station, has been finalized. The project’s construction is set to start this year with an estimated budget of Rs 208 crore.

Project Details

The proposed elevated road will span a length of 2.8 kms, running as a two-lane road above the existing ground-level route. It is anticipated to be approximately 12 meters wide, providing ample space for smoother traffic flow.

The Main Pillars will be Standing in these Areas

  • Outside main entrance of the city's Railway Station.
  • Gurumukh Bhawan, near Railway Station.
  • Near Jai Mewar Travel
  • Udiapole Circle
  • Sardar Patel Road
  • Surajpole Intersection
  • Near Petrol pump base on Sardar Patel Marg 
  • Jodhpur Misthan Bhandar
  • Lakecity Honda showroom
  • Delhigate intersection
  • Court Chouraha
  • Collector's Bunglow

Relief from Traffic Congestion

Once completed, this elevated road aims to alleviate the daily commute struggles of approximately 69,000 vehicle drivers navigating between the Collector's Bungalow and the City Railway Station. The infrastructure upgrade seeks to ease congestion and enhance transportation efficiency within the city.

Future Traffic Movement

One end of the road will descend towards Ashwini Bazaar, offering a streamlined route for commuters. This segment will be a one-way road, with a width of 5 meters.

Timeline and Completion

Anticipated to be completed by 2026, the project faces a timeline that includes a 3 to 6 month period for obtaining necessary permissions from the High Court. Following this, construction is estimated to span one and a half to two years. Upon its completion, the elevated road is poised to divert a significant portion of traffic, mitigating congestion and averting traffic jams in the city. 

Source: Dainik Bhaskar


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