17 Jan 2024

Madhya Pradesh: Work to remove Bhopal BRTS corridor will begin from this place on this day; CM Mohan Yadav holds meeting

Bhopal: In the meeting regarding removal of BRTS corridor of Bhopal held under the chairmanship of Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Dr. Mohan Yadav, it was told that the work of removing the corridor will be started from Sant Hirdaram Nagar (Bairagarh) on January 20. BRTS corridors will be removed from all parts of the city in a phased manner in the next three months. 

CM Yadav said that BRTS corridors are being removed for ease of traffic and public convenience. The work of removing the corridor should be done at night in coordination with the police and a smooth and safe traffic system should be ensured in the city during the entire period of removing the corridor. Dr. Yadav was holding a meeting in the Ministry regarding the removal of BRTS corridor of Bhopal.

Special care should be taken for convenience of general public: CM

Chief Minister Dr. Yadav said that to start normal traffic in the BRTS corridor, an action plan should be made after necessary coordination with the traffic police. The use of these corridors should be started immediately in a systematic and safe manner during times of high traffic pressure in various areas.While removing the corridor, efforts should be made to maintain traffic flow by using service lanes etc.

6 lanes of traffic will be available

It is noteworthy that the BRTS corridor has 6.4 kilometers from Misrod to AMPRI, 1.42 kilometers from Roshanpura to Kamla Park, 1.73 kilometers from Collectorate Office to Lalghati and 3.81 kilometers from Halalpur to Sehore Naka (Bairagarh). 

The action to remove BRTS corridor from Halalpur to Sehore Naka (Bairagarh) will be taken by the Public Works Department. The Municipal Corporation will remove the Bhopal Corridor in the remaining three parts. After the removal of the corridor, 6 lanes of traffic will be available. Earlier too, in the meeting of public representatives, it was agreed to remove the BRTS corridor of Bhopal.

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