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Hyderabad Regional Ring Road (RRR) Project Modi to Lay Foundation in October 2024

Hyderabad Regional Ring Road (RRR) Project Modi to Lay Foundation in October 2024

The Hyderabad Regional Ring Road (RRR) project, a long-awaited infrastructure initiative, is set to commence construction in October, with Prime Minister Narendra Modi slated to lay the foundation stone. The project aims to enhance connectivity and ease traffic congestion across Telangana, particularly in Hyderabad and its surrounding regions.

Project Details and Phases

The RRR project is divided into two main components: the northern and southern sections. The northern part spans 158 kilometers, connecting key areas like Sangareddy, Narsapur, and Bhongir. The southern section covers 182 kilometers, linking Choutuppal, Chevella, and Shankarpally among others.

Impact of Delays and Cost Escalation

Originally estimated at Rs 9,164 crore, delays in land acquisition and project execution have pushed the expected cost to Rs 15,000 crore. Factors contributing to this escalation include increased land prices, higher material costs, and expenses related to relocating utilities.

Efforts and Progress

Efforts to expedite the project intensified under the current administration led by Chief Minister A. Revanth Reddy. Despite setbacks during the election period earlier in the year, significant strides have been made in land acquisition, with 75% of the required 1,935 hectares already in process.

Future Milestones

The state government aims to complete land acquisition by September, paving the way for the foundation-laying ceremony in October. This event marks a crucial milestone in the project’s timeline and underscores the government’s commitment to enhancing regional infrastructure.

Frequently Asked Questions

When will the Hyderabad RRR project begin?

The construction is scheduled to begin in October, following the foundation stone laying by Prime Minister Narendra Modi.

What are the main benefits of the RRR project?

The project aims to reduce traffic congestion, improve connectivity between key areas, and stimulate economic growth in Telangana.

How has the project cost escalated?

Delays in land acquisition and rising material costs have contributed to an increase in the estimated project cost from Rs 9,164 crore to Rs 15,000 crore.

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