NHAI to widen Bihar roads

A team of officials of the National Highway Authority of India, led by Chief General Manager, Mahesh Kumar informed that a total of 890 km of highways in Bihar have been taken up for widening (4-6 laning) under Phase III of the National Highway Development Project.
Earlier, NHAI officials were directed that the alignment of national highway should be done in such a manner that a minimum number of families are displaced.
Under the directions given, the officials of NHAI presented a new alignment for the widening of the Chapra-Hajipur highway in which 43 km out of a total length of 64 km of highway is being converted into a bypass. As a result of this, villages including Permanandpur, Naya Gaon, Bindchak, Sheetalpur, Nizamchak Basti, Jalalpur, Digwara, Aami Bypass, Chapra Bypass, Govindpur etc., will not be affected and will result in the reduction of the number of families displaced.


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One Response to NHAI to widen Bihar roads

  1. k8 June 9, 2006 at 2:58 pm #

    how about using better materials and engineering to make roads that last from year to year and can survive the monsoons?

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