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Major roads to get a facelift

By Our Staff Reporter

TIRUPATI, SEPT. 24. Major roads in the temple town will get a facelift soon with the municipality preparing an action plan in this direction.

While two arterial roads are to be made four-lane medians (dividers) will be laid on three major roads.

Proposals are being readied to make the Rayalacheruvu road into a four lane one from Annamayya circle to the Bypass road junction. Also, the civic body is contemplating making the stretch between Sri Padmavathi Women's University and Ramanujapalle a four-lane road. The proposals will soon be sent to the Tirumala Tirupati Devasthanams (TTD) management for seeking funds.

According to the chairman, K. Sankar Reddy, medians will soon appear on the stretches of NTR circle-Gandhi road, Vivekananda circle-Maternity hospital and Bhavani Nagar circle-Kapila Theertham.

Plans are afoot to spend Rs.20 crores from the City Challenge Fund to improve the sewer line near Guruva Reddy memorial, the drainage in Korlagunta and TTD Srinivasam complex areas, besides laying cement roads in Akkarampalle and Sivajyoti Nagar.

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