Inspection of work from Durgadi to Titwala of Ring Road
kalyan June 4:
MP believes that the ring road, which is very important in terms of traffic congestion in Kalyan Dombivali, will be opened for traffic in the coming year. Expressed by Shrikant Shinde. Phases 4 to 7 from Durgadi to Titwala in Ring Road Kalyan today. Shinde inspected with MMRDA and KDMC officials. He was then talking to the media. (Ambitious ‘Ring Road Project’ to be completed in the coming year – MP Dr. Shrikant Shinde)
Work on the Ring Road project in Kalyan Dombivali, which is very ambitious in terms of overcoming traffic congestion, has been going on for the last 4 to 5 years. The work, which is being carried out in various phases from 1 to 7, seems to have gained momentum over the last year. With the completion of this ring road, it will be possible to cover the distance from Kalyan to Titwala in just 15 minutes. He also instructed to extend the road to the 8th phase where the final phase of the project ends. Shrikant Shinde clarified this time.
Phases 3 to 8 will provide greater connectivity in Kalyan Dombivali. In the last 5-6 years, the issue of transport in Kalyan Dombivali had become complicated. The bottlenecks on the roads leading to Kalyan Dombivali had added to the woes. But now the work of Patripula has been completed, the work of paving of Durgadi, Kalyan Shil Road is in the final stage and now the ring road is also being completed in the coming year. The mega project of Katai to Airoli subway is also underway and in the next one to two years, a large number of infrastructure facilities will be available in the Kalyan Dombivali area. Shrikant Shinde said this time.
Meanwhile, MP Dr. for completing the 4th to 7th phase of the Ring Road project very fast. Shrikant Shinde called on Municipal Commissioner Dr. Vijay praised Suryavanshi and Tim. At this time, MP Dr. Along with Shrikant Shinde, Municipal Commissioner Dr. Vijay Suryavanshi, MMRDA’s Jaywant Dhane, Shiv Sena’s Dombivli mayor Rajesh More, Ravi Patil, former standing committee chairman Dipesh Mhatre were present on the occasion.