HAL CMD T Suvarna Raju says decongestion of traffic on HAL airport road is the need of the hour
GN Bureau | July 11, 2018
HAL has decided to hand over 3,100 square metre of land to Bruhut Bengaluru Mahanagara Palike (BBMP) for the proposed signal free corridor from Vellara junction to Hope Farm Junction in Bengaluru. A pact has been signed between HAL and BBMP recently.
The land will be returned to HAL after construction and completion of underpass at Kuvenpu circle (junction of Suranjan Das road and old airport road).
In reciprocation, BBMP will shift the existing NAL wind tunnel road to the edge of HAL’s land and construct a bridge over Challaghatta drain and storm water drain.
HAL, CMD T Suvarna Raju said that decongestion of traffic on HAL airport road is the need of the hour and HAL is contributing in terms of giving the required land for HAL and general public’s benefit.
Under the provisions of MoU, BBMP will construct underpass on HAL airport road near Suranjan Das road junction. The Karnataka government has already approved the required fund under Chief Minister’s Nagarothana scheme.
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