To address the problem of low voltage and power fluctuations in Mohali, five new grids would be set up by end of next year. Five grids of 66 kV capacity would be installed at several locations in town to enable even and sufficient electricity supply.
To overcome the problem of power shortage in Mohali, five new grids of 66 KV capacity will be set up within the next one year. As many as 200 transformers will also be replaced in the district for uninterrupted power supply to farmers and in rural areas.
The Union Territory administration on May 23 decided to to focus on better transport for Tricity-Chandigarh, Panchkula and Mohali by replacing old buses with new ones and upgrading primary education with future population growth in mind. The progress of various projects was assessed at a meeting convened by UT administrator Shivraj Patil to discuss the schemes undertaken by the administration during the current financial year.
A three-tier road connectivity to Chandigarh from the upcoming international airport in Mohali has been demanded by UT administration and the matter has been taken up with the high powered inter-state coordination committee constituted by the Government of India. The administration has rued that none of the access options for Chandigarh being considered for the expanded airport compares with the access currently enjoyed by Chandigarh's residents.