First Double-Decker flyover being built in Patna, Bihar – CM Nitish Kumar
After Chhapra, a double-decker flyover is being constructed in the capital Patna. Patna’s first double-decker flyover is going to be built from Kargil Chowk to Science College.
On Saturday, Bihar CM Nitish Kumar along with Deputy CM Tarkishore Prasad and Road Construction Minister Nitin Naveen laid the foundation stone of this double-decker flyover.
First double-decker flyover being built in Patna, CM Nitish laid the foundation stone, people will get freedom from jam on Ashok Rajpath
The first double-decker flyover is being built for Rs 422 crore from Kargil Chowk to Science College near Gandhi Maidan in Patna. Its length is 2.198 km.
On the orders of the Road Construction Department, the officials of Bihar Rajya Pul Nirman Nigam Limited (BRPNNL) made full preparations for the foundation stone laying ceremony to be held near Kargil Chowk.
Here the Chief Minister along with the Deputy CM and Road Construction Minister laid the foundation of this double-decker flyover. Additional Chief Secretary of Road Construction Department, Amritlal Meena, officers of the department and other public representatives were also present in this function.
According to the officials of the construction department, a double-decker flyover is being constructed on Ashok Rajpath from Kargil Chowk to Science College via PMCH.
The target has been set to complete the construction work within 3 years. With its construction, Ashok Raj Path is likely to get rid of the jam.
According to the information received, arrangements will be made to come to the first floor of the double-decker flyover, while arrangements will be made to go to the second floor.
People will be able to go from Kargil Chowk to Science College from the second floor, while the first floor will be used to come from Science College to Kargil Chowk.
It is being told that three junctions will also be made in this flyover. This junction will be built near Kargil Chowk, Krishna Ghat and NIT Mor.
This flyover will have connectivity with Kargil Chowk, PMCH, Krishna Ghat, NIT, Law College and Mahendru. Provision of the service road is also to be made under the flyover.
With this, the movement of vehicles passing through the ground along with the double-decker flyover will be possible easily.
Full care has been taken to ensure that there is no inconvenience to the patients going to and from PMCH. A plan has also been decided to connect the JP Ganga Path project under construction with this flyover of Ashok Rajpath.
This will ease the movement of traffic through JP Ganga post till Gaighat Patna City and Kachchi Dargah.
It may be mentioned that the first double-decker flyover is being constructed in Chhapra in Bihar.
The construction of the double-decker bridge being built in Chhapra, the first of the capital Patna, will be started after completing the work.
The double-decker bridge of Chapra will be the first such bridge in Bihar, on which the movement of two-wheelers and four-wheelers will be done.
In fact, after getting the cabinet approval on 12 September 2017, Chief Minister Nitish Kumar 11 July 2018 laid the foundation of the country’s longest (3.5 km) double-decker bridge at Chapra.
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The two-storey bridge is also going to prove to be very effective to rid Chhapra of the problem of jams.
The construction work of Chapra’s double-decker bridge to be built for 411.33 crores is expected to be completed by June 2022.
Two small ramps of 300 meters will be built in the two-storey bridge of Chhapra and the length of its upper decker will be 3520 meters and the length of the lower decker will be 2500 meters.