Rs 750 crore allocated for Rajiv Rahadari

DC CORRESPONDENT
Published Nov 2, 2014, 10:22 am IST
Updated Mar 30, 2019, 5:21 pm IST
Over 600 people died and 2,000 sustained injuries in road mishaps on the Rajiv Rahadari
The state government has allocated Rs 750 crore for revamping the 248-km Rajiv Rahadari road which passes through Karimnagar district in a stretch of 117-km.
 The state government has allocated Rs 750 crore for revamping the 248-km Rajiv Rahadari road which passes through Karimnagar district in a stretch of 117-km.

Karimnagar: The state government has allocated Rs 750 crore for revamping the 248-km Rajiv Rahadari road which passes through Karimnagar district in a stretch of 117-km.

A cabinet sub-committee, on Friday, discussed steps to be taken to improve the road network which connects Adilabad, Karimnagar, Medak and Ranga Reddy districts with Hyderabad.

According to the directions of the sub-committee, in order to prevent accidents on the road, bypass roads will be constructed where required and around 30 bus bays will be built, besides removing unscientific curves on the network in Karimnagar district. The revamping works are expected to get completed in a year.

Similarly, an infrastructure centre would be constructed in 15 acres located between Peddapalli and Sultanabad for providing medical services to victims of road accidents on the road, for parking heavy vehicles and to build restrooms for drivers and other purposes.

Over 600 people died and 2,000 sustained injuries in road mishaps on the Rajiv Rahadari due to its unscientific curves from 2010 till date. The four-lane Rajiv Rahadari touches Karimnagar district at Shanigaram village of Koheda mandal and gets diverted at Godavarikhani town before entering Adilabad district.
 

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Location: Telangana




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