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Road re-laying works begin

Staff Reporter

CHENNAI: The Chennai Corporation on Thursday commenced re-laying work on 387 km of 1,320 roads in the city. Inaugurating the work, Deputy Chief Minister M.K. Stalin said that the work will be completed in 100 days.

Many roads in the city are damaged due to rains this year, he said.

“So the State government has allocated Rs.60 crore under the Special Roads Programme 2010-2011,” he added.

Under the scheme, 146 of 266 bus route roads would be covered. The details of the re-laying work would be available online in the Corporation website – www.chennaicorporation.gov.in. The re-laying works which were already finalised and stopped on account of rain have also commenced, at a cost of Rs.37 crore.

A State quality monitoring team is monitoring the re-laying work in the city. Mayor M.Subramanian and Chennai Corporation Commissioner D.Karthikeyan accompanied Mr.Stalin.

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