Drivers of electric vehicles may not have to worry about running out of charge on the 820km Mumbai Nagpur route MSEDCL plans to set up 50 e-charging stations
The airport terminal at Ozar, about 20 km from Nashik, is scheduled to be ready by the end of March. The state government and Hindustan Aeronautics Ltd (HAL) are jointly upgrading the airport at a cost of Rs 80 crore. The airport has capacity to handle 300 passengers at a time and around six planes can be landed there. The building will be totally air-conditioned and will have all facilities and amenities as per the global norms.
India is home to several bad roads be it the metropolitans, the cities or the villages. Bad road conditions are nothing new to India and the problem is being addressed since the last 30 years. However, of lately, many road projects have been sanctioned by the government and are up for bidding.
Ten road works worth Rs 150 crore have been approved in Nashik city by the Nashik Municipal Corporation on October 29. The proposals include development of the inner ring road in the city from Nilgiri Bag to Agartakali Sewage Treatment Plant (STP) to Saikheda road at a cost of Rs 8.76 crore.
In Nashik city of Maharashtra, 11 selected roads with heavy traffic density are to be concretised to reduce maintenance works and increase travel comfort on the roads. The Nashik Municipal Corporation (NMC) has undertaken the process for concretisation work on the 11 roads.
Nashik District Guardian Minister and State Public Works Department Minister Chhagan Bhujbal has said that the Airport Authority of India (AAI) has shown interest in participating in the development work of Ozar airport, around 20 km from Nashik city. The AAI has written to the state government showing willingness to participate in the development of Ozar airport along with the defence ministry, which includes constructing facilities for airplane hangars, taxi ways, night parking, cargo hub, etc
In Nashik, the he 6.1-km elevated corridor on the Mumbai-Agra national highway is ready for vehicular traffic. However, at Adgaon Naka, where the flyover descends north of Dwarka junction on the highway, a patch of 150 meters on the service road is still not completed given the objection by its landlord who has been demanding compensation.
In Nashik, work on the Mumbai-Agra national highway passing through the city can be undertaken only during the operation and maintenance period as the project cost has exceeded its limit, said the National Highway Authority of India (NHAI). With freak accidents becoming frequent over the widened Mumbai-Agra national highway, both commuters and residents along the highway come up with new demands in respect to the inconveniences faced by them.
The National Highways Authority of India (NHAI) on May 27 admitted that no safety measures were planned at the Indiranagar underpass of Nashik, where a 22-year-old was killed on May 25. Pankaj Shinde of Yashaswi apartment, Tornanagar, was killed when the motorcycle he was riding pillion was knocked down by an unidentified vehicle at the recently constructed Indiranagar underpass beneath the city's iconic 5.6-km flyover on the Mumbai-Agra highway during the wee hours of Saturday.