Kolkata To get Its First Twin Tunnel at Garden Reach
If our government of West Bengal make it all correct,the city will soon have its the first Twin Tunnels. The tunnel is approximately 5.5 km long, is two ghats Garden storage areas make for a better distribution of traffic.
The city will have the first two tunnels for traffic, if the state government has its way. The government has a plan to implement a dual tunnel, which extends about 5.5 km long walk from the Garden Reach for a better distribution of traffic in the region.
State Urban Development Minister Firhad Hakim said that Kolkata was Metropolitan Development Authority (KMDA) to work on the plan. “There is a feasibility Plan is being made,” as per quoted by the KMDA chairman.
Recently, the number of vehicles on the road multiplied Floating Garden Beach. In addition, pedestrian traffic is also increasing. Reach the docks complex creatures in the gardens closed during the night, driving traffic is impeded, authorities said KMDA. This causes traffic jams, congestion and overcrowding Ghats. Thus tunnels facilitate better circulation of the vehicle on the surface.
The goal is to have a better system of traffic flow, as both traffic and pedestrians have increased significantly in the street Garden Reach and will be closed to the docking complex at night, the traffic is difficult. This also creates traffic chaos and crowded ghats. Subway tunnel in both directions will help tremendously, distribute a lot of traffic on the surface.
KMDA quoted that the area near the doc of the port area of the scope of the garden in the night closes, separating the city from the surrounding area. The twin tunnels will facilitate the movement of the vehicle during the night.
“The Minister has proposed two tunnels linking Ghat Biche and death. Preliminary assumption says that the project will cost more than Rs 700 crore to RS 800. Pre – feasibility studies will be available soon, be prepared, after which a detailed project report (DPR), “said CEO MR Vivek Bharadwaj of KMDA.
According to the plan, two tunnels, parallel to each other and moving in both directions, connect Ghats in Metiabruz. Part of the tunnel can go in this Hooghly. Rotation of the island inside the tunnel can be adjusted later.
According to some sources, Firhad Hakim and other officials of KMDA has worked hard to give the shape of the plan and make it a triumph as soon as feasible.
There are two parallel tunnel underground vehicles traveling in both directions over a length of 5.5 km each, two goals in the area Metiaburuz Connect. Part of the tunnel of the Hooghly River. This could be a reversal of the island in the middle two tunnels. Urban development minister worked hard to find and shape the proposed project.
KMDA ongoing work to meet deadlines for transfers of two projects – Parama Island Park Circus flyover and Vivekananda road project overview. Efforts will be made to the project by the end of August 2013. Once opened public bridges, congestion in the region to facilitate a large extent.