MoRTH sanctions funds for road projects in Uttar Pradesh and Telangana

MoRTH has sanctioned funds worth Rs 258.06 billion for road infrastructure projects in Uttar Pradesh. The funds will be used for the construction of ring roads, flyovers and bridges. Meanwhile, funds worth Rs 50 billion will be invested in introducing new technology to construct bridges on railway crossings. MoRTH also allocated funds worth Rs 66.12 billion for road projects in Telangana. These include the LB Nagar-Malkapur Six-Lane Road Project (Rs 5.35 billion), the Krishna River Hybrid Cable Suspension Bridge (Rs 5 billion), the Medak-Siddipet Widening Project (Rs 3.554 billion), the Kalwakurthy-Kolhapur Widening Project (Rs 3.22 billion), the Bodhan-Basara-Bhainsa-Mahabubnagar Chincholi Widening Project (Rs 2.782 billion), the NH-167N Four-Laning Road Project (Rs 2.54 billion), the Siddipet-Elkathurthi Two-Lane Road Project (Rs 2.48 billion), the Medak-Yellareddy Two-Lane Road Project (Rs 2.29 billion), the Khammam-Kuravi Road Pro­ject (Rs 2.73 billion), the Adilabad-Bela Road Project (Rs 2.47 billion), and the Nizampet-Bidar Road Project (Rs 2.002 billion). Besides, Rs 203.78 billion has been allocated for ongoing road projects.