For 104 road corridors inside the GHMC’s boundaries and 10 neighbouring urban local bodies, Telangana’s municipal administration and urban development department has authorised $2,410 crore (ULBs). Additionally, it has been granted permission to prioritise the construction of 50 identified roads and corridors with a budget of 1,500 crore. The CEO of Hyderabad Road Development Corporation Limited (HRDCL), which is eager to take on 50 roads and corridors in Phase-III under five packages, has already briefed the state government on the success of phases I and II of the missing links project. He has also requested an extension of the project to cover more roads.
The Phase-III Missing Link Road Project will be divided into five packages, with package I consisting of seven stretches at a cost of 304 crore and package II consisting of ten stretches at a cost of 330 crore. The same goes for package III, where 13 stretches will require investments totaling 417 crore, package IV, where 11 stretches will cost 287 crore, and package V, where nine stretches will be covered at an estimated cost of 152 crore. 120 km of roads totaling 50 stretches will be built by HRDCL with investments totaling 1,500 crore.
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