Construction work on the Katraj-Kondhwa road widening project is likely to resume by October 2023. It is expected to be completed in six months after resumption. As of now, widening work on a 1 km stretch has been completed. The project involves the construction of a 3.5 km-long and 84 metre-wide road from Katraj to Kondhwa in Maharashtra, at an estimated cost of Rs 2.95 billion. The scope of work includes construction of a 13.5 metre-wide carriageway, 7.5 metre-wide service road, a utility corridor, two vehicular underpasses, three grade separators and a bridge on the nullah. The road will pass through Rajas Society, Khadi Machine Chowk and Pisoli village in the civic jurisdiction.