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Friday, October 31, 2008

Janakipuram flyover will be ready next month: T.R. Baalu


VILLUPURAM: Union Minister for Shipping, Road Transport and Highways T.R. Baalu has said that the work on the flyover at Janakipuram railway gate here will be completed by November-end .

After inspecting the progress of works on Thursday, Mr. Baalu told reporters that the crucial part of linking both ends of the flyover (over the railway track) could be executed only after halting the train services for two to three days, for which special permission ought to be obtained from the Railways.

Later, he inspected the works on the bridge being built across the Then Pennaiyar. Only five per cent of works had to be completed. The high-level bridge across the Gedilam had been completed and both the bridges would be ready for use by November.

Mr. Baalu said that the demand of the residents of Vikkiravandi, Madapattu, Thozhudur and Veppur for construction of foot overbridges would be conceded.

He noted that the 35-km Villupuram-Ulundurpet four-lane highway would be completed three to four months ahead of schedule.

It would be ready by November.

This stretch would comprise a railway bridge, two high-level bridges, seven small bridges and one pedestrian causeway at Madapattu. Mr. Baalu said that four toll plazas would be set up along the Tindivanam-Tiruchi highway and one of them would be at Vikkiravandi.

Those carrying agriculture produce and local residents would be given identity cards to freely pass through these toll plazas.

As regards setting up of the Rs. 240-crore National Maritime University in Chennai, Mr. Baalu said the availability of 300 acres of land had come in handy for the purpose. Later, Mr. Baalu inspected the works on the 160-metre-long bridge being built across the Gomukhi at Seppakkam near Vriddhachalam at an estimated cost of Rs. 5 crore.

He also inspected the 46-km road being constructed between Ulundurpet and Thozhudur (both in Cuddalore district) at an estimated cost of Rs. 240 crore.

These projects would also be completed by November, Mr. Baalu said.

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