The city of Hyderabad is all set to add two more jewels to its crown very soon.
They are Durgam Cheruvu cable bridge and 4 link roads in IT corridor which will ease traffic congestion and provide world-class infrastructure facilities to people of Hyderabad.
The 4 link roads will be inaugurated by IT minister KTR on Monday, June 22, 2020.
These roads include, Corridor no. 16 from GHMC Serilingampally Zonal Office to NH 65 @ GSM Mall (Via Manjeera PipeLine Road) (2.70 Kms); Corridor No.2 from link road from HT line to Miyapur road (1.00 Km); Corridor No. 137 from Road No. 70 Jubilee Hills (Prashasan Nagar) to Narnie Road No. 78, Jubilee Hills (0.47 Km) ; Corridor No. 138 Neknampur road to Usman Sagar road via Alkapur Township (approx. length 0.46 km) – HMDA Limits in Manikonda Municipality.
This apart, the world-class Durgam Cheruvu Cable stayed bridge will also be opened by July-end.
Initially, vehicles will not be allowed on the cable bridge on weekends (Saturday, Sunday). Only people will be allowed to walk on the cable bridge on the weekends.
The Durgam Cheruvu cable bridge is the world's longest span extra-dosed cable stayed bridge and the 238-metre long facility was constructed at a cost of Rs 184 crore. The bridge will cut down distance and travel time from Jubilee Hills to Madhapur significantly, once it is opened for vehicles in July-end.