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Old March 3rd, 2012, 03:26 AM   #21
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Any idea when the Chandanagar-Sridevi Theater-Ameenpur-Bolarum bypass road would be planned and ready for commute...there was a lot of buzz abt this road earlier...but for past many years there is no progress at all....this road would surely divert some trafffic off the NH9, and decrease the traffic and pollution levels...
No sign of that project. Ameenpur-Bollarum road is in tatters, only lorries could go in the road.
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Roads are widening between kukatpally to miyapur now, due to the metro rail construction.
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Old March 28th, 2012, 07:29 PM   #24
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NEW APSRTC SERVICE

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Excellent.. this will be good for people going to Nacharam and Mallapur area. Its good to connect these 2 specialized industrial areas of Hydearabad
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Old March 31st, 2012, 10:35 AM   #26
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WEST SIDE now open in kukatpally, Opposite to JNTU entrance.
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Old April 1st, 2012, 11:52 AM   #27
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No sign of that project. Ameenpur-Bollarum road is in tatters, only lorries could go in the road.
A New bridge is built near Sridevi theatre. Now the stretch from Lingampally to Aminpur is good, but the last 6km is not good upto bollarum estate.

Also we have muddy roads connecting Beeramguda with Bollarum Via Nareegudam and Ailapur. if a new road can be laid, it will bye pass all the traffic to the Ind estate.
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Old April 1st, 2012, 11:58 AM   #28
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APSRTC is introducing six new routes connecting Hitec city, Madhapur from different areas in twin cities, for the convenience of IT employees.

The new routes are as follows: route No. 222 V (Lingampally – VBIT) and buses would be operated from Lingampally to VBIT Park via Allwyn crossroads, Cyber Towers, Raheja circle and ESCI.

Route No. 127 VB (Koti – VBIT), route No. 113 VB (Uppal – VBIT) buses would start from Uppal and reach VBIT via Vidya Nagar, VST, Baghlingampally, Narayanguda, Ladkikapul, Panjagutta, Nagarjuna circle, Jubilee Hills check post, Madhapur, Cyber Towers and TCS.

Route No. 195 (Bachupally-TCS) buses would start from Bachupally and reach TCS via Nizampet crossroads, Allwyn crossroads, Raheja Circle, IIIT and Wipro. Route No. 216 L/W (Lingampally – TCS) buses would be operated from Lingampally to TCS via HCU Depot, IIIT and Wipro and route No. 147 (ECIL crossroads- VBIT) buses would reach VBIT from ECIL via ECIL, Sainikpuri, Trimulghery, JBS, Panjagutta, Madhapur and Cyber Towers, said a press release.

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source:The Hindu
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Old April 10th, 2012, 11:34 AM   #29
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Good public transport system must: JP

A good public transportation system was a must if cities have to survive and it was essential that citizens support the elevated metro rail project instead of causing hurdles, said Lok Satta founder-president and Kukatpally MLA Jayaprakash Narayan.

Addressing a gathering at the Miyapur metro rail depot on Friday, he pointed out that top cities in the developed world had an efficient public transport system.

“It is very difficult to live in cities without it,” he said. Initially, he did root for the Bus Rapid Transit System (BRTS) but realised that too much of road widening was not possible.

“We need to inculcate the culture of utilising public transport,” he said.

Mr. Narayan said the Hyderabad Metro Rail project was being taken up under the public, private partnership mode with less of a government burden. But he wanted it to be integrated with MMTS and RTC with a single transport authority for seamless travel through a single ticket.

Admitting that there were quite a few private properties being acquired for the project, he called for adequate compensation for those losing properties and livelihoods.

Mr. Bikshapathi Yadav said it was a matter of pride for people of his constituency as the depot was being built at Miyapur.

Source: THE HINDU.
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APSRTC TRAILER BUSES

225L route now get trailer services between Koti-Lingampalli.
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Old April 20th, 2012, 12:26 PM   #31
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APSRTC to run AC buses to Rajiv Gandhi International Airport to KPHB, VIA Malaysian Township, will operate at a frequency of thirty minutes.
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Old April 22nd, 2012, 07:02 PM   #32
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Old April 29th, 2012, 10:58 AM   #34
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GOVERNMENT NOD AWAITED FOR ICBT

Three months after receiving the approval of Chief Minister N. Kiran Kumar Reddy, the much awaited projects of Inter City Bus Terminus (ICBT) at Miyapur and Logistic Park at Batasingaram and Mangalapally, continue to wait further for a final nod from the government.

The projects to be taken up by the Hyderabad Metropolitan Development Authority (HMDA) were approved at the 4 meeting of the HMDA chaired by Mr. Reddy on January 16. These proposals were meant to provide a way out to the traffic woes piling up in the city.

Under public-private partnership mode, the ICBT is to come up as a one lakh sft massive facility and capable of providing parking space for 1,000 buses along with 20 bus bays for city buses, fuel stations, dormitories for drivers, budget hotels, police outpost, medical and emergency facilities.

One Logistic Park has been proposed at Batasingaram on Vijayawada highway in an area of 40 acres with several features that include parking space for 500 trucks along with 2 lakh sft of warehouse facility, 10,000 metric tonnes of cold storage provision, restaurants, fuel stations and health centre.

The Logistic Park was planned at Mangalapally on Nagarjunasagar Highway near ORR Bangalore junction on 22 acre site with parking provision for 250 trucks and 1 lakh sft warehouse space among others. “Once the projects are whetted by the relevant wings and clearance given, the work can start in June,” an official said.

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HYDERABAD: In a novel way of creating one’s own recreational space, residents of Engineer’s Enclave, a colony surrounding the Bachukunta Lake in Chandanagar have teamed up with city-based people’s forum Save Our Urban Lakes (SOUL) and GHMC to clean the lake, landscape its banks and protect it from further encroachment.
“Earlier, the lake was a haven for encroachment and we were legally and technically inept at handling the lake conservation issue. But two months ago, we aligned with SOUL and the corporation. Since then, all colony residents have taken an active interest in the development of the lake,” said Phani, a resident of the colony. One of the main supporters of the initiative, Phani has been actively encouraging residents to involve themselves in the initiative. He said that a lack of emotional bond with the lake had led them to remain mute spectators all along, until now that is. “We were sceptical at first about the initiative. But now looking at the progress being made, we want our lake to be developed fully. We are confident we can do it and are continuing to raise awareness on the same.”
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Interestingly, volunteers of SOUL had started work on the lake early last year on a pilot basis, but due to little residential support were unable to plough forward successfully. “We decided to adopt the four-acre lake and help develop and restore it last year. But it was only in February this year that residents finally approached us with similar interest,” said YPR Krishna, convenor of SOUL.
The project in its first stage sought to manually clear the lake off its large water hyacinth presence. For this, the GHMC’s entomology team was roped in. “The corporation provided the manual labour and expertise on how to manage the hyacinth growth”, explained Krishna.
In the second stage which just got completed a couple of days ago, the GHMC provided mechanised� tools and machines to further eat into the hyacinth growth. The depth of the lake was also increased by means of simple dredging and the debris lying at the bottom was cleared off. “Before the monsoons start, we want to finish the third stage which will involve clearing the bund. From June on, we are going to start the landscaping works and set up a park/garden etc around the lake for recreation of the residents”, added Krishna.
Incidentally, a couple of IT companies in the city have come forward to finance the entire landscaping and development project on a 50:50 ratio. Subba Rao, a senior member of SOUL said that if this project turned out to be a success, the group would seek to develop similar models elsewhere too. “We are only spending our time and energy for this lake. It is the technical help being provided by the corporation and the enthusiasm being shared by the residents that will ultimately make this project a success.

Courtesy: Indian Express.
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The AP State Cooperative Bank (APCOB) has opened three new branches in and around Hyderabad. The branches inaugurated by the bank president, Mr Yadavalli Vijayender Reddy, are at Serilingampally, Gachibowli and Kukatpally.

The cooperative bank earned a net profit of Rs 116 crore for the last fiscal (2011-12). Its business crossed Rs 10,000 crore and deposits touched Rs 3,500 crore.

The crop loan disbursement stood at Rs 7,000 crore. The investment credit reached Rs 500 crore, according to a press release.

The bank is also focussing on gold loan business.

The bank open its branch in gopanapalli road near lingampalli market.
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HYDERABAD: India's largest engineering and construction company by revenues Larsen & Toubro, which is implementing the country's largest elevated metro rail project in Hyderabad, said on Tuesday the first phase of the metro rail project will be commissioned by 2014.




The project consists of three corridors covering a total distance of 71.16 kilometres to be implemented in four phases. Corridor-I will extend from Nagole to Shilparamam (27.51 km - 23 stations), corridor-II from Miyapur to L.B. Nagar spread over 28.87 km with 27 stations, while corridor-II will be from JBS to Falaknuma stretch over 14.78 km with 23 stations.

V. B. Gadgil, CE & MD, L&T Metro Rail, said the first phase includes the stretch from Nagole to Mettuguda and from Miyapur to Ameerpet. "Work will simultaneously go on in the other phases as well. We will finalise vendors for rolling stock, telecom, signalling systems by June," he said.

Four firms have bid for supplying the rolling stock including the Canadian aircraft and railway coach maker Bombardier, a consortium led by Hyundai and BEML and a Chinese and Spanish company, the executive said.

For the Rs 16,336 crore of project, the company has so far invested Rs 3,400 crore as equity. The viability gap funding for the project provided by the government is Rs 1,458 crore and the banks have lent the company Rs 11, 478 crore as term loans for the project.

Hyderabad Metro Rail project is being implemented with the Andhra Pradesh government on public private partnership mode under the design, build, finance, operate and transfer (DBFOT) format. The concession agreement was signed by with the AP government in September 2010.

"The company will execute transit oriented development along the corridors and depot of around 18.5 million square feet, apart from connecting the multiple modes of transport. Once implemented, Hyderabad will be among the first cities in India with integrated urban planning with inter-modal connectivity and convenient sky-walks making seamless commuting a reality," Gadgil said.

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Old May 27th, 2012, 08:48 PM   #39
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Buyers flock to gated communities as tranquillity becomes new mantra


Residents are increasingly looking at quiet, open and pollution-free areas in which to buy property. As people’s desire to be part of a community grows, gated communities are becoming popular with buyers

The residential properties evolve and grow along with the employment generated in the proximity of an area. The growth of IT sector has pushed the growth of residential areas especially in areas like Madhapur, Gachibowli, Hitec City, Kondapur, Kukatpally and Tolichowki. There is a growth and demand along the corridor of Hitec City towards airport with flats ranging above `35 lakh, said PV Ravindra Kumar, CEO, Vasathi Housing.

Residents are increasingly looking at peaceful, open and pollution-free areas for buying property. Especially, the gated communities brought value addition to the buyers in these areas.

People are increasingly looking to be part of the society of the community. Play area for children, club facilities and gym have become an added attraction.As there was ample land available, the builders developed huge gated communities in and around areas of Hitec City. In certain gated communities, only 25 per cent of the land has been used for construction and the rest has been left out for greenery.

Customers prefer these locations as they are pollution-free, spacious and near to the IT hub. The fact that most occupants are on the same social strata adds to the comfort levels of the residents.Not only the IT crowd, but the NRIs too prefer such gated communities as they have similar facilities to their residences abroad, said N Jaiveer Reddy, president, CREDAI.

The first deciding factor for a buyer is the distance from his residence to office and then comes proximity to social infrastructure like schools, hospitals, transportation hubs and malls. The price and amenities offered by the developer are also important factors choosing one over another, said V Tirupathi Reddy, senior manager (sales), Ramkay Estates and Farms.

Infrastructure also plays a major role in choosing a property. Inorbit mall, the largest mall in South India, has become a recreational, shopping and entertainment hub for the people in and around the area of Hitec City. After a busy day or especially during weekends, people go there to unwind. Even in places like Kukatpally, which is around 6 km from Hitec City, hypermarkets such as Metro and More have come up and there is also development of new malls, said Jaiveer Reddy.

Even though, there is demand in Jubilee Hills, Banjara Hills, Madhura Nagar, Srinagar Colony, Himayath Nagar, there is hardly space left to develop a gated community. These markets have become matured and no new major development taking place. However, buyers are little cynical about places like Himayath Nagar due to traffic and congestion, even though located in the centre of the city, he said.

Miyapur, Nanakramguda and Narisngi are emerging markets. Miyapur is sought after by buyers because of the new bus depot and metro plans by the government, which will change the real-estate scenario in the neighbourhood and its connectivity.Nanakramguda and Narsingi are also emerging because of the proximity to IT hub and the airport, added Ravindra Kumar.

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HYDERABAD: With the onset of the South-West monsoon just a week or two away, the Hyderabad Metro Rail officials have chalked out plans to ensure that rains wouldn’t impact the ongoing works. The 71.16-km elevated metro rail along three corridors is planned to be carried out in six stages. Currently, works are underway on the Nagole-Mettuguda (8km) stretch or stage-1 in corridor-3 and the Miyapur-SR Nagar stretch (11km) or stage 2 in corridor-1.
Speaking to City express, HMR managing director NVS Reddy said, “the internal target set ahead of monsoon is the completion of 60 pier foundations in stage 1 in corridor-3. All efforts are being made to avoid inconvenience to the public at places where we are working during the rains.”
According to officials, HMR has identified valley points in the different corridors. Valley points mean low lying areas which could result in water stagnation. “We have identified 49 valley points in the Miyapur-SR Nagar stretch and 149 valley points in the entire corridor-1 (Miyapur-LB Nagar). No activity would be carried out in valley points in both the stages during the monsoon. Instead, works will proceed as usual at the ‘Ridges’ (high lying areas where free flow of water is possible),” said a senior official with HMR. Further, he said, the HMR had ensured that all the storm water drains at the places of work are functional besides replacing open drains with equivalent RCC pipe drains.
The Hyderabad Metro Rail, through its recent traffic management program, has identified bottlenecks and junctions on its routes. “All the junctions have been identified and for avoiding inconvenience to the public, Lee Associates, a consultancy group, has been hired for improving traffic amenities and measures. In case of bottlenecks, already alternative roads and detouring has been arranged at various places besides creating separate free-lefts,” said the official adding that “all these aspects would be ensured before any barricading starts in the middle of the road”. The elevated rail network will have 30 piers per every km with 66 stations and the authorities plan to lay 15-20 pier foundations every month.

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