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VISAKHAPATNAM: The tunnel road from Narasimhanagar to Mudasarlova proposed earlier under the Simhachalam corridor of the Bus Rapid Transit System and shelved for site-related problems and lack of funds is to be revived now. The cost is estimated at Rs.150 crore.
The GVMC general body meeting on Friday, with Mayor Pulusu Janardhana Rao in the chair, resolved to take it up on Build-Operate-Transfer basis, in public-private-participation, after favourable remarks from the District Collector and the Endowments Commissioner.
The meeting resolved to call for tenders for consultants for the project.
It also sought administrative sanction for flyovers across the Chavalmadum and from LG Polymers to Kottapalem at a cost of Rs.45 crore and Rs.51 crore respectively. The corporation resolved to modernise a cremation ground in each of the six zones in PPP mode involving voluntary organisations.
The Mayor told CPI-M's Botta Eswaramma that the charges would be fixed at minimum. It also resolved to seek the government's approval for taking up 33 modern bus shelters and seven foot over bridges on the Pendurty and Simhachalam BRTS corridors on Build-Own-Operate-Transfer (BOOT) basis by Ms. Construction Catalysers Private Limited.
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