Purvanchal e-way near completion

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Purvanchal e-way near completion

Monday, 26 July 2021 | PNS | Lucknow


With around 95 per cent of work completed, the construction of Uttar Pradesh government's ambitious Purvanchal Expressway project is near completion and it is proposed to be inaugurated soon, after which the main carriageway of the expressway will be opened for traffic.
UP Expressway Industrial Development Authority Chief Executive Officer Awanish Kumar Awasthi conducted an on-site inspection of Purvanchal Expressway and made package-wise inspections on Sunday. Awasthi first inspected and reviewed the construction works of Package 1 in Lucknow district. During the review, he mentioned about the ROB under construction in Package 1.
After this he inspected the construction works in Package 2. It was here that he talked about development keeping in mind the environment by planting trees and instructed the representatives of the construction firm to complete the construction work soon and open the main carriageway of the expressway for traffic. Awasthi also directed officials to complete the construction of wayside amenities and toilet blocks at the earliest for the convenience of the passengers.
After this Awasthi inspected under construction ROB in the Package 3. After inspecting the airstrip in Package 4, he said that soon the main carriageway would be opened for traffic by inaugurating the Purvanchal Expressway.
Awasthi also inspected the construction work of Railway Over Bridge (ROB) under construction in Package 5. Here, he inspected the diamond interchange being built on the expressway near Bhelara village and issued instructions to complete it soon.
While inspecting and reviewing the construction works of packages 5 and 6, he directed the representatives of the construction companies to ensure that the construction work was completed expeditiously keeping in mind the quality so that the construction work could be completed within the stipulated time frame. He also conducted on-site inspection of the construction works of packages 7 and 8 in Mau and Ghazipur districts.
After conducting the on-site inspection, Awasthi said that more than 95 per cent work of the Purvanchal Expressway had been completed and the eastern region of the state would get direct connectivity to the national capital Delhi.

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