The GDA has given the green sign for development of a four-path flyover at the bustling Raj Nagar Extension Crossing, which is required to lessen the huge activity growls saw on either sides of the stretch particularly amid top hours. The Authority kept in touch with the UP State Bridge Corporation to set up a definite report for the venture.
The arrangement of the flyover will be along NH-58. “The state span company has been readied a task report for the flyover, given its mastery in the field. It has been left altogether upon the administration office to set a due date for presenting the undertaking report. The GDA has not forced any due date upon it. The expense of developing the flyover will be evaluated after we get the venture report,” said GDA boss specialist SC Dwivedi.
Authorities said the venture expense will be met from the city’s own base improvement store. This asset is gathered to GDA through the stamps and registry division, by exacting charges of 0.67% on stamp obligations for enrollment of properties in the city.
GDA authorities said a no-protest endorsement from NHAI won’t be required to assemble the flyover, as the Ghaziabad-Meerut stretch of NH-58 has as of now been de-advised by the Union service of street transport and thruways, through a late journal warning.
NHAI authorities likewise affirmed the same, saying the stretch of NH-58 from its starting point till Meerut sidestep has been denotified. This stretch, with a length of around 46 kms, starts from Ghazipur, leaves through Behind Gate, Dabur Tiraha, Link Road, Mohan Nagar Crossing, GT Road, Meerut Road T-point, till it closes at Meerut Bypass.
“After denotification, the NH-58 stretch has stopped to be a national thruway. It has been given over to the UP government. The state government is in charge of support and advancement of this stretch now,” NHAI venture executive (Ghaziabad), Ravinder.