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Old April 25th, 2013, 06:52 PM   #21
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Any news on 4 laning of OR from Wardha Road to Amravati Road and ROB status on Wardha line?
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Old April 26th, 2013, 01:04 PM   #22
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I doubt it would ever be done. That section comes under NMC/NIT.
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Old April 26th, 2013, 06:22 PM   #23
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Then, only local administration is to blame.
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Old April 29th, 2013, 11:49 AM   #24
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Then, only local administration is to blame.
I doubt it was ever in plan to make it 4 lane! beside we must be worried about the other half section which has not started at all..
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Old April 29th, 2013, 05:20 PM   #25
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I doubt it was ever in plan to make it 4 lane! beside we must be worried about the other half section which has not started at all..
Yeah, agreed.
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Old June 20th, 2013, 09:14 PM   #26
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Outer ring road incomplete link to open soon

This is excellent news....I hope they make this strech 4 lane as well.

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You can hope for reduction in heavy traffic inside the city at night as the road overbridge (ROB) near GaosiManapur is expected to be complete in a month or so. The outer ring road (ORR) stretch linking Gondkhairi on Amravati Road and GaosiManapur on Wardha Road is complete except for a 150-foot span over the railway line.

As of now, the heavy traffic from east on NH6 (Amravati Road) and from south on NH7 (Wardha Road) passes through city at night leading to accidents. Once ROB is open, trucks from Amravati road will enter the ORR near and can go up to Wardha Road or beyond and vice-versa.

A source in National Highway Authority of India (NHAI) told TOI that except for the span above railway track, the ROB structure was completed in January. "Difficulty in obtaining railway blocks (when railway traffic is halted) has delayed the ROB completion. Central Railways had provided blocks on nights of May 30 and 31 but scrapped it. Now, blocks have been provided on nights of June 20 and 21," he said.

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Old August 13th, 2013, 05:49 AM   #27
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Outer Ring Road railway over-bridge work delayed again

Work on the railway overbridge (RoB) on Gondkhairi-GavsiManapur stretch of Outer Ring Road (ORR) has got further delayed. ORR operator Oriental Nagpur Bypass Construction Pvt Ltd (ONBCL) says that heavy rains in July has delayed the work. The company officials say that it would take another one month for the RoB to be ready.

When the RoB is opened for traffic, trucks going from Wardha Road towards Amravati Road and vice-versa will be able to bypass the city. Similarly, the vehicles travelling between Kolkata and Mumbai will also be able to bypass the city by using the Bhandara Road-Wardha Road and Wardha Road-Amravati Road links of the ORR. The Hingna MIDC will also get a direct connectivity with Wardha Road.

The RoB was slated to be complete in July 2010. However, like all railway projects in the region, it got delayed due to red tape in the railway ministry. Oriental had finished the ramps of the RoB in January. The span (the flat portion) was to be constructed by central railways and it took its own time. After a long wait the railways finished its part in June end.

Oriental had been blaming railways for the delay and promised to finish its part of the job within a month after railway handed over the unfinished structure to it. Oriental only has to do concreting. The girders were placed by a railway contractor.

"Heavy rains in July slowed down construction work. Such heavy rainfall was unexpected. It will take another month," an Oriental official said.

Complete news : http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/c...w/21789842.cms
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Old September 30th, 2013, 07:28 AM   #28
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PWD's apathy delaying railway overbridge opening


NAGPUR: The railway overbridge (RoB) on Outer Ring Road (ORR) that would link Amravati Road with Wardha Road was supposed to be complete by July 2010. However, it took three more years as the proposal got stuck in red tape of railway ministry. Now public works department (PWD) is contributing to the delay by tarring the RoB at a snail's pace.

The construction of the bridge was divided between two agencies. PWD was to build the two approaches and then the Central Railway was to lay the slab above the tracks. After this was done, PWD was supposed to tar the RoB.

Railways had constructed the span (the flat portion) about a month back. The curing (sprinkling of water) was finished about ten days ago. PWD should have finished tarring by now but the department says that might take another month.

Executive engineer Vivek Salve claimed that the railways had just finished laying the slab and was curing it. "We will start tarring once this is finished. It will take at least another 20 days. The RoB can be opened for traffic after that," he said. Officials of the railways and ORR operator Oriental Nagpur Bypass Construction Pvt Ltd (ONBCL) countered this claim.

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Old February 15th, 2015, 04:59 PM   #29
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NHAI move to finish 61-km stretch of Outer Ring Road

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Nagpur: The National Highways Authority of India (NHAI) has started the process to complete the remaining 61-km stretch of Outer Ring Road. It will be a 119-km ring once completed. The cost for this stretch is estimated to be a whopping Rs1,200 crore, making it the biggest project in city, so far.

After approval, the total projects to be executed by the NHAI, Nagpur centre, will increase to nine at a cost of Rs2,332 crore. TOI has reported that NHAI has got permission to execute eight projects in and around the city at the cost of Rs1,132 crore.

NHAI project director Shri Ram Mishra told TOI that the proposal has been prepared and submitted with the NHAI head office. "Project is proposed to be executed on engineering, procurement and construction ( EPC) basis since it is not feasible under BOT. The head office will take a final decision," he said.

Mishra added, "The NHAI has constructed 58-km stretch from Gwasi Manapur on Wardha Road to Kamptee-Jabalpur road. State public works department has constructed the two-lane stretch from Gwasi Manapur to Gondkhairi on Amravati Road. The NHAI will four-lane the 21km stretch under the proposed project. Then, the new stretch from Gondkhairi to Katol-Chhindwara road and Kamptee-Jabalpur road spanning 40km will be constructed. The 61km stretch will be made of cement concrete."

According to the project's details, the remaining portion from Gondkhairi to Kamptee-Jabalpur road will be constructed to connect Fetri on Kalmeshwar-Katol road, Bharatwada, Panjara on Koradi-Chhindwara road and touch Kamptee-Jabalpur road at Bhilgaon-Sirpur. It will be at least 4-5km from the city's existing boundary.

Under the project, the NHAI will construct five railway over bridges, 20 minor bridges, 15 under passes etc. The NHAI will also need to acquire more 100 hectare land on both sides of the road for grade separators and other works. The road will be constructed on a 60-metre wide stretch acquired by the state PWD from Gondkhairi to Bhilgaon-Sirpur before 2004.

In fact, the state PWD had first proposed to construct the Outer Ring Road with a length of 84.38km in 2004. But, it could only complete the two-lane stretch from Gondkhairi to Gwasi Manapur.

Once the Outer Ring Road is completed, the number of heavy vehicles on the Ring Road - from Wadi via Dhaba, Mankapur, Nari to Automotive Square on Kamptee Road - will reduce considerably. Heavy vehicles coming from three national highways and three state highways will bypass the city. The Outer Ring Road will also boost the proposed metro region.

National highways such as Surat to Raipur (NH6), Hyderabad-Jabalpur (NH7) and Nagpur-Chhindawara (NH69), criss-cross the city beside three state highways Katol Road (SH248), Hingni-Nagpur (SH255), and Nagpur-Umrer (SH9).

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Old April 17th, 2016, 09:47 PM   #30
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Has the 61 Km section of the Outer Ring Road been completed?
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Old September 12th, 2017, 09:37 PM   #31
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NHAI has taken over construction of outer ring road. They will make it 4 lane and construction is already started building it as concrete road...
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Old September 7th, 2018, 12:13 PM   #32
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Google maps shows lots of progress on North side of Outer Ring road...
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