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A Four-lane Flyover By Nhai Ensures A Hassle-free Connectivity In Thiruvananthapuram

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The increase in urban traffic congestion has become a serious concern to transportation professionals. Therefore, efforts have been made by researchers for obtaining the rational quantification of congestion and formulating appropriate measures for mitigation of congestion for urban roads. The potential sources of acute traffic congestion especially during peak hours are a large number of intersections at close proximity in an urban road network.

Attempts have been made by researchers to improve traffic operations at urban intersections. However, the scope of widening the existing roads is very limited in urban areas. In order to reduce the collisions on the roads and to provide a relief to mixed traffic, the flyovers are planned at major intersections in the congested cities of India to distribute the traffic in two levels.

Flyovers at major urban intersections can be helpful in reducing traffic congestion and delay. So to ensure the hassle-free connectivity to Thiruvananthapuram international airport, National Highways Authority of India (NHAI) is going to construct a four-lane flyover Railway over Bridge (ROB) at Chakka up to Kingsway Hotel along the bypass. NHAI has already started the construction and a Hyderabad based EPC (Engineering, Procurement, and Construction) contractor named KNR Construction Ltd is executing construction of 26.7 km stretch four-lane road from Kazhakuttam to Mukkola.

The commuters who are driving through the bypass from Kazhakuttam to Enchakkal and beyond can proceed through ROB and flyover. The commuters who are proceeding towards T-II terminal can exit from the four-lane flyover and take a right turn from the roundabout to be constructed in front of Kingsway Hotel and move via the 45-meter road to enter the ramp to reach the airport.

And the commuters who want to proceed to T-I terminal of the airport and beyond can exit through the Slip Road near the right side of the Chakka ROB and reach Chakka junction and proceed ahead. Those who want to proceed from Pettah side to Sanghumughom, Veli and other places can take the route beneath the flyover.

Thus the longest flyover project in the state capital aims to decongest the road leading to the Thiruvananthapuram international airport. This 1.6 km long and Rs 142 crore, project is being executed by the National Highway Authority of India.

For more details visit : http://www.nhai.gov.in/


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