The authorities concerned in Varanasi have taken up repairs to the city roads at last. But the contractors are not using the binding material in their works, but simply filling the potholes with boulders. With this, the condition of the city roads is deteriorating further and troubling the motorists and commuters.
According to media reports and public complaints, the under construction flyovers on the 240 km Jaipur-Gurgoan highway have turned a nightmare to motorists. The highway has flyovers under construction every third km. NHAI charges around Re 1/km, about Rs 240 as toll. And this is going for the last so many years and the highway is getting worse, especially developing numerous potholes in this rainy season.
By announcing a project to widen the Old Hazaribag Road in Ranchi of Jharkhand, the authorities concerned have created a feeling of relief to motorists and pedestrians who have been facing traffic problems on the road. The road stretches from Albert Ekka Chowk to Kokar Chowk in Ranchi.
In Hyderabad, motorists travelling to Charminar from areas such as Phoolbagh would become a smooth ride as the process for the much awaited road widening work along the Zohrabi Dargah-DRDL junction stretch has begun. Bottlenecks along the stretch will now be cleared giving way to an 80-feet wide road.