By August, a connection road along the musi river that connects Amberpet to ramanthapur and uppal is probably going to be open to the public. This route begins at the ali Café in Amberpet, and it will shorten the now approximate 8 km trip from Amberpet to uppal to just 3.5 km. hyderabad road development corporation (HRDCL) and ghmc are building this new road. 

One km of the new three-lane road will be developed by the HRDCL, while the GHMC's projects wing is widening a further two kilometres of the existing two-lane section. According to a ghmc spokesman, "utility shifting is underway and only 0.5 km of road widening remains."

When the road is opened, it will shorten the route for thousands of drivers heading from the Moosarambagh-Malakpet side to uppal, ramanthapur, and surrounding districts. Currently, we take the major route from Amberpet to uppal, passing Sri ramana Theatre. This route is frequently congested, with traffic jams occurring at several intersections. In addition to saving time, the new route would simplify the journey, according to K. Arvind Rao, who lives close to the Moosarambagh RTO office. Stay tuned for more updates.

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