After eight years of deliberation, the Defence Ministry finally approved the building of elevated pathways on defense properties in hyderabad on Friday. The elevated corridors are expected to improve the regional transportation infrastructure by guaranteeing smooth traffic flow along the Hyderabad-Nagpur National Highway and the Hyderabad-Karimnagar Rajiv Highway.
It is anticipated that traffic problems on the roads from hyderabad to shamirpet and hyderabad to medchal will be resolved with the approval of elevated corridor development. It would also signify the beginning of the development of North telangana transit links.

Chief minister A revanth reddy recently visited Delhi, where he met with Union Defence minister Rajnath Singh to request approval to build elevated corridors in defense areas. On Friday, the Centre granted the required permits in response to the State government's persistent pleas.
In response, the chief minister expressed gratitude to Rajnath Singh, the minister of Defence, prime minister Narendra Modi, and other Defence Ministry personnel.
To reduce traffic congestion in and around hyderabad, the State government under K Chandrashekhar Rao first suggested transferring defense areas in hyderabad for the building of elevated skyways, corridors, and connecting roads earlier in 2016.

Throughout the last eight years, the State government—and former minister KTR in particular—has persistently pursued the matter with the Centre, sending letters to the prime minister and five Defence Ministers, including arun jaitley, Manohar Parikkar, nitin gadkari, Nirmala Sitharaman, and Rajnath Singh.

Two elevated corridors from paradise junction to the Outer Ring Road junction at Kandlakoya on National Highway-44 and from Jubilee bus Station to the Outer Ring Road junction near shamirpet were proposed to be built by the Municipal Administration department. Additionally, the officials requested the handover of defense property to build and broaden linkages. In addition, the State government provided money and essential land in return for defensive land. Despite the State government's persistent follow-up, the Centre did not respond.

But now that the sanction has arrived, the long-awaited projects may finally move forward, even though Modi's visit to telangana is scheduled for the next week.
To build both elevated lanes, the State government has requested 139 acres of defence property. A total of 83 acres were needed to build the elevated corridor, which would have stretched 11.3 km from paradise Junction to the ORR junction on the Rajiv Rahadari. Meanwhile, about 56 acres were needed to build the second corridor, which would have stretched 18.3 km along the nagpur Highway (NH-44) from paradise Junction to ORR near Kandlakoya, and would have included a double-decker corridor for Metro Rail.


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