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PostPosted: Wed Jul 19, 2017 11:38 pm 
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Flyover mooted on at BHEL Ganesa Point Intersection

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A SOLUTION: A flyover has been sought at Ganesa Point along Tiruchi-Thanjavur Highway.Photo. M. Moorthy

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Accidents at Ganesa Point continue due to overspeeding

National Highways Authority of India (NHAI) has received requests for construction of a flyover at Ganesa Point at the entry of the BHEL Township on the Tiruchi-Thanjavur National Highway.

The BHEL had been pursuing the proposal for years now with the NHAI to prevent accidents at the location where a large traffic island was constructed years ago, in fact, for the same purpose.

After a few accidents that took place during 2012 and 2013, the NHAI had put up warning boards on both sides of the Tiruchi-Thanjavur highway and reflectors on the railings of the traffic island as a preventive measure.

Officials said that though the shape of the traffic island was designed in conformity with the space for manoeuvre, accidents keep happening at periodic intervals due to overspeeding.

According to sources in BHEL, the loss of lives used to be high prior to construction of the traffic island.


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Nevertheless, questions keep arising on the adequacy of space for natural vehicle paths and whether the traffic island causes a danger on the roadway.

The idea is to remove the traffic island for seamless connectivity between the township and industry once the flyover is in place, sources said.

The BHEL has also impressed upon the NHAI the imperative need for construction of a similar flyover at Training Centre Junction Point, where accident deaths happen at frequent intervals, it is learnt.


A senior official of National Highways Authority of India confirmed that they have received the request from the BHEL for the flyovers, but a proposal has not been drawn up yet.



source: http://www.thehindu.com/todays-paper/tp-national/tp-tamilnadu/flyover-mooted-at-ganesa-point/article19305053.ece


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PostPosted: Sun Jul 16, 2017 12:09 am 
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Periyar Nagar 4-laned ROB Works Update


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Kallanai Road Arm

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PostPosted: Sun Jul 16, 2017 12:02 am 
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Bus Stand Arm and Service Road works of Junction Grade Separator began Yesterday after a Long Halt----to be opened in 2 months time


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PostPosted: Tue Jul 11, 2017 9:28 pm 
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Service Road Works in Full Swing for Junction Grade Separator


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PostPosted: Sat Jun 24, 2017 11:10 pm 
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Trichy Junction Grade Separator cum ROB----Construction Updates as of Today


Crawford Arm and Junction point of Mannarpuram and Crawford Arms

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Service Roads on both ends of Dindigul Road Arm Completed

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Service Roads along Bus Stand Arm in Progress

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PostPosted: Thu Jun 22, 2017 8:56 am 
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NHAI push for underpass at kondayampettai

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Construction of an underpass along the Tiruchi-Chennai Bypass road at Kondayampettai here is set to become a reality soon with the National Highways Authority of India (NHAI) engaged in preparing detailed estimates for the project.

The detailed estimates would be sent to NHAI for approval prior to commencement of the works. The underpass is expected to be constructed at a cost of nearly Rs. 20 crore. Soil tests would be carried out before embarking on the project, a senior NHAI official said. Seven minor bridges would also be built in four locations to ensure continuous service road on the bypass road.

The need for an underpass was felt in the wake of recurring accidents at the spot. Construction of underpass would reduce accidents to a large extent, said NHAI officials.

As a sequel to frequent accidents along the Chennai By Pass road, the Traffic Police had installed barricades on one of the carriageways leading towards Tiruchi as a temporary measure at Sanjeevi Nagar intersection blocking straight movement of vehicles.

The barricades were put up as a temporary measure several months ago with traffic police personnel deployed at the intersection in shifts to manage vehicular movements during day time and evenings. Vehicles coming from the Cauvery river bridge side towards Tiruchi are being diverted via the service road to reduce their speed and take the same carriageway upon nearing the intersection.

Barricades have been installed on the other carriageway in order to reduce the speed of vehicle headed towards Chennai. This has brought down accidents at Sanjeevi Nagar intersection.

http://www.thehindu.com/todays-paper/tp ... 123397.ece


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PostPosted: Wed Jun 21, 2017 7:34 pm 
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Aristo Junction ROB work gets the go ahead as Railways and the Highways Department reach an agreement

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Decks have been cleared for the Highways Department to proceed with construction of the road over bridge (ROB) at the Aristo Junction in the city as senior officials of the department and the Railways managed to reach an agreement on land transfer at a meeting convened by P. Kumar, Member of Parliament, here on Tuesday.

Although nearly 80% of the first stage of the project has been completed by the Highways Department, the remaining portion could not be completed as stalemate prevailed in the talks between the two agencies over the land to be transferred by the Railways.

The project, taken up by the Railways and the Highways Department, is being executed in two stages and envisages building a multi-level bridge replacing the narrow road-over- bridge across the railway lines near the Tiruchi Junction on the Madurai Road intersection. In the first stage, a new three-lane road-over-bridge with five arms is being built at a cost of ₹ 44.28 crore adjacent to the existing bridge. In the next stage, the old bridge will be dismantled and a new bridge with two arms will be built in its place.

At Tuesday’s meeting convened by Mr. Kumar, the two agencies were said to have reached an agreement on the issue, paving way for the Highways Department to continue the work. “An agreement has been reached and the Highways department will begin the work on Wednesday,” Mr. Kumar said without giving details after the meeting.

P. Uday Kumar Reddy, Divisional Railway Manager, Tiruchi, C. N. Nagarajan, Divisional Engineer, Highways (Projects), Tiruchi, R. Poonkodi, Assistant Divisional Engineer, Highways (Projects), and senior Railway officials participated in the meeting.

According to sources in the Highways Department, the estimated Railway land required for the two stages of the project has now been revised to about 1,250 square metres. The Highways Department has agreed to build two via ducts including one to provide a pathway between the office of the Divisional Railway Manager and the Railway officers’ quarters on about 1,330 square metres of its land.

As per the agreement reached at Tuesday’s meeting, the Highways Department would begin work on Wednesday on completing the service road on the Railway portion towards the Dindigul Highway. Work on other parts of the Railway land at the project site would be taken up subsequently after obtaining concurrence from the Railway authorities, the sources said.

The first stage of the new flyover was scheduled to be completed by February 2017. But the project has suffered a time overrun due to issues in land transfer and acquisition.

Approval for transfer for a small stretch of land of the Defence Ministry is also awaited. This apart, some private lands have also to be acquired near Aristo Hotel. The Highways Department is now hoping to complete the first stage of the project by the end of December
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source: http://www.thehindu.com/news/cities/Tiruchirapalli/aristo-junction-rob-work-gets-the-go-ahead/article19109163.ece


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PostPosted: Mon Jun 19, 2017 8:02 pm 
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Crucial Meeting with Railway ,Defense Ministry Officials and Kumar MP Tomorrow regarding Land Acquisition issues


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