The First Level Flyover at the Biodiversity Junction at Gachibowli is inaugurated and ready to Ride

The first level flyover at the Biodiversity junction at Gachibowli is Inaugurated and ready to Ride

The first level flyover at the Biodiversity junction at Gachibowli, constructed as part of the Strategic Road Development Plan (SRDP) of GHMC, is ready and inaugrated by Minister for Municipal Administration and Urban Development K.T. Rama Rao. The flyover is 690 metres long, 11.5 metres wide, and uni-directional.

Declaring this on Wednesday, Mayor B Rammohan said the new three-lane unidirectional flyover gives consistent development to vehicles going from the Gachibowli side towards Raidurg and further to Mehdipatnam. The flyover, which has a complete length of 690m with a viaduct range length of 480m, is 11.50m in width.

Three-lane Flyover at the Biodiversity Junction at Gachibowli
Three-Lane Flyover at the Biodiversity Junction at Gachibowli

“The flyover will do away with conflicts at the junction on the old Mumbai highway and provide easy and comfortable access for motorists from Gachibowli heading to Raidurg,” the Mayor said

The preparing of the first level flyover here imprints the completion of works at Biodiversity Junction and alongside the effectively finished undertakings at Mind Space Junction, Ayyappa Society Junction and Rajiv Gandhi Junction, strife free traffic stream has been encouraged from Biodiversity Junction (Old Mumbai Highway) to JNTU (National Highway – 65)

“The works as part of SRDP Package – IV taken up at a cost of Rs 379 crore along the 12 km corridor between JNTU and Biodiversity Junction have been completed,” Rammohan said.

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