Pune Ring Road Project: About 51% Land Measurement Completed In Western Part

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Pune, 21 June 2021: The Maharashtra state road development corporation (MSRDC) is speeding up the land acquisition work for the ring road in the Pune district. As of now, 51 per cent of measuring work has been completed in the western part of the district and 351 hectares of land in 23 villages have been measured, said Sandip Patil, deputy engineer of MSRDC.

The land measuring work is carried out jointly by the district administration and MSRDC. In the first phase, half of the land acquisition work has been completed and the remaining land will be measured soon. In the last week, 40 per cent of land measurement has been completed in 17 villages. As of now, 51 per cent of the land from 23 villages has been measured and soon 344 hectares of land in 16 villages will be measured, said the officials.

Patil said, “The farmers are getting good compensation for the land acquired for Pune Ring Road. Therefore, they are supporting this work. We will soon speed up the measurement work in the remaining villages with the help of farmers.”

 Details of Ring Road Project:

• The total length of Ring road is 173 Km

• Required land – 1575 hectares

• Total expense – Rs 17,000 Crores

• Number of Villages in which land is acquired – 22

• Percentage of land which has been measured – 51 per cent

This project will be completed in four phases:

  1. Phase 1: Theurphata – NH 9 – Kesnand – Wagholi – Charholi – Bhavdi – Tulapur – Alandi – Kelgaon – Chimbli – NH 50
  2. Phase 2: NH 50 – Chimbli Moi – Nighoje – Sangurde – Shelarwadi – Chandkhed – Pachne – Pimploli – Rihe – Ghotawde – Pirangutphata.
  3. Phase 3: Pirangutphata – Bhugaon – Chandni Chowk – Ambegaon – Katraj
  4. Phase 4: Ambegaon – Katraj – Mangdewadi – Wadachiwadi – Holkarwadi – Wadkinaka – Ramdara – Theurphata – NH 9

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