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Hill highway is under construction in many places . Apart from that What we can do is extend MC road up north. It can be done by constructing a new coastal highway from Ponnani to Calicut and make NH66 exclusively costal highway . Existing NH 544 Edappally to Thrissur + Thrissur - Kuttippuram road + Kuttippuram to Kozhikode NH66 + Kozhikode to Kuttiyadi to Kuthuparamba ro Kannur Airport to Thaliparamb road can be developed as a single road - an extention of MC road.
 

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State to get better road infrastructure as part of 'Rebuild Kerala' drive: CM
TNN | Sep 23, 2020, 11.20 PM IST
State to get better road infrastructure as part of 'Rebuild Kerala' drive: CM

THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Chief minister Pinarayi Vijayan said on Wednesday that the state was going to witness massive development in terms of road infrastructure with several projects being launched as part of the 'Rebuild Kerala' programme.

Vijayan said that the government has appointed the Konkan Railway Corporation as the special purpose company for the Kozhikode-Wayanad tunnel project.

The chief minister said his government was moving forward with quality assurance, use of new technology and a corruption-free regime for road construction projects.

"It is a great achievement for the LDF government that we have been able to free the public works sector from political corruption. Moreover, this government is not willing to postpone projects or compromise on quality just because of the lack of funding.

An alternative route from Kozhikode to Wayanad has been a long-pending demand as the present route via Thamarassery pass becomes unnavigable due to natural calamities and traffic jams. During heavy rains, the traffic is often disrupted for months.

The CM said that the solution is to build a 7.82km long tunnel road from Anakampoil to Meppadi via Kalladi for which Rs 658 crore have been sanctioned with funding from KIIFB. Konkan Railway Corporation, which has proven expertise in tunnel construction, will submit a Detailed Project Report after the necessary studies. The government would initiate the next step based on the DPR, he said


A project of Rs 625 crores has been prepared to upgrade Alappuzha - Changanassery Road which is the lifeline of the people in Kuttanad area. The road connecting Alappuzha and Kottayam districts gets submerged in water every year during monsoon. The project will be implemented under the 'Rebuild Kerala' initiative.


“Overbridges will be built at five of the most waterlogged locations. Causeways will be built at nine locations. Narrow bridges will be widened and 13 culverts will be rebuilt. The proposed route will also have facilities to make night travel safer,” the chief minister said.


The reconstruction work of Shankhumukham Road in Thiruvananthapuram has been started by including it in the 'Rebuild Kerala' programme. According to the design of the Central Road Research Institute, a 260-meter concrete diaphragm wall will be constructed in the first phase. An administrative sanction of Rs 4.29 crore has been given for this along with Rs 1.1 crore for the road reconstruction.


The Alappuzha bypass, which is being constructed at a cost of Rs 225 crore, will be completed by November this year. The length of the bypass from Komati to Kalarkot is 6.8km.
 

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കോഴിക്കോട് ബൈപ്പാസിലെ പുതിയ ബിൽഡിങ്ങുകൾ തമ്മിലുള്ള അകലമാണ് 45 മീറ്റർ . 45 മീറ്ററിൽ ബൈപ്പാസും സർവീസ് റോഡും വന്നാൽ ഇവരുടെ പാർക്കിങ് എവിടെയായിരിക്കും ? നടുറോട്ടിലോ ?. ഇതിനൊക്കെ അനുവാദം കൊടുക്കുന്നത് ആരാണ് ? ഇത്രമാത്രം ദീർഘവീക്ഷണം ഇല്ലാത്ത നാട്ടുകാർ ലോകത്ത് ഉണ്ടാകില്ല
 

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കോഴിക്കോട് ബൈപ്പാസിലെ പുതിയ ബിൽഡിങ്ങുകൾ തമ്മിലുള്ള അകലമാണ് 45 മീറ്റർ . 45 മീറ്ററിൽ ബൈപ്പാസും സർവീസ് റോഡും വന്നാൽ ഇവരുടെ പാർക്കിങ് എവിടെയായിരിക്കും ? നടുറോട്ടിലോ ?. ഇതിനൊക്കെ അനുവാദം കൊടുക്കുന്നത് ആരാണ് ? ഇത്രമാത്രം ദീർഘവീക്ഷണം ഇല്ലാത്ത നാട്ടുകാർ ലോകത്ത് ഉണ്ടാകില്ല
Isn't this Metromed Cardiac Centre, they have proper parking in the back.
 

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State to get better road infrastructure as part of 'Rebuild Kerala' drive: CM
TNN | Sep 23, 2020, 11.20 PM IST
State to get better road infrastructure as part of 'Rebuild Kerala' drive: CM'Rebuild Kerala' drive: CM


"It is a great achievement for the LDF government that we have been able to free the public works sector from political corruption. Moreover, this government is not willing to postpone projects or compromise on quality just because of the lack of funding.

^^^ Swarnam swarnam.... TRV airport smuggling. Dhim tharikida thom....
 

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State Government should propose a new National Highway connecting Hassan in Karnataka to Kochi via (Sullia,Chitarikkal, Taliparambu, Iritty, Kuttiadi, Balussery, Koduvalli,Areekode, Malappuram,Pattambi,Kunnamkulam,Adattu, Cherpu, Irinjalakuda, Mala, North Paravoor) connecting undeveloped areas of North and Central Kerala. This highway can ease traffic congestion on NH 66 to a great extend,
^^Aromalame, Super idea. Do you propose underground highways or NH in flyovers? :)
 

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മുണ്ടൂരിൽ നിന്ന് കരിമ്പ വഴി നിലവിലെ ഹൈവേയിലൂടെയാണ് പോകുന്നത്‌ എന്നല്ലേ പറയുന്നത് . അപ്പോൾ മണ്ണാർക്കാട് പെരിന്തൽമണ്ണ വഴി തന്നെയാണോ ഹൈവെ വികസിപ്പിക്കുന്നത് ?
 

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കോഴിക്കോട് ബൈപ്പാസിലെ പുതിയ ബിൽഡിങ്ങുകൾ തമ്മിലുള്ള അകലമാണ് 45 മീറ്റർ . 45 മീറ്ററിൽ ബൈപ്പാസും സർവീസ് റോഡും വന്നാൽ ഇവരുടെ പാർക്കിങ് എവിടെയായിരിക്കും ? നടുറോട്ടിലോ ?. ഇതിനൊക്കെ അനുവാദം കൊടുക്കുന്നത് ആരാണ് ? ഇത്രമാത്രം ദീർഘവീക്ഷണം ഇല്ലാത്ത നാട്ടുകാർ ലോകത്ത് ഉണ്ടാകില്ല
As the land is already acquired there , the buildings need not required any extra space in the front, And these idiots thought the road will remain same for generations and they can use the road side for parkings. But I don't understand how they got building permits without any parking? All these buildings are situated in Panchayats not in Corporation,
When the road get widened all these buildings will end up in narrow service roads without any parking spaces .
 

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NHAI to kick off ₹13,196 cr road infra works
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM, OCTOBER 09, 2020 19:02 IST
UPDATED: OCTOBER 09, 2020 19:02 IST

Reach I of Kazhakuttam-Karode Bypass to be commissioned on October 13
Overcoming a host of hurdles, the National Highways Authority of India (NHAI) will commission the four-lane 26.78 km Kazhakuttam-Mukkola Bypass of National Highway (NH) 66 in the capital and kick off the six-laning of NH 66 from Thalapady on the Kerala-Karnataka border on October 13.

Through videoconference, Union Minister for Road Transport and Highways Nitin Gadkari and Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan will dedicate the 26.79-km Reach I of the Kazhakuttom Bypass to the nation in the presence of Union Minister of State for External Affairs V. Muraleedharan and Minister for Public Works G. Sudhakaran, Ministers, and legislators.

Eight works of the NHAI, estimated to cost ₹13,196 crore including six-laning of the NH 66 in Kasaragod, Kannur and Kozhikode districts with a Right of Way (RoW) of 45 metre and reconstruction of Cheruthoni bridge along the NH 185 in Idukki district that was damaged in the 2018 floods, will also be launched at the function.

In the reconstruction of the Cheruthoni bridge, the NHAI will raise the height of the bridge to ensure safe travel between Adimali and Kumily.

The works in Kasaragod, Kannur and Kozhikode involves the first 39-km corridor from Thalapady to Chengala in Kasaragod district, Chengala-Neeleswaram, Perol-Taliparamba,Taliparamba-Muzhappilangad, reconstruction of the Paloli and Murad bridges into six-lane,Vadakara-Azhiyur-Vengalam, and Kozhikode bypass that will link Malappuram and Kozhikode districts.

The road corridor being six-laned is part of the 526-km NH 66 corridor from Thalapady to Kazhakuttam in the capital. At present, the State can boast of a four-lane NH corridor only on the 32-km stretch from Chalakudy in Thrissur to Edappally in Ernakulam.

The much-delayed six-laning of the NH 66 was being taken up following a series of initiatives taken by the LDF government and the intervention of Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Mr. Gadkari, Minister for Public Works G. Sudhakaran said.

The hurdles over fixing the alignment, acquiring the land, and fixing the compensation were overcome through the talks, the Minister said. The State was paying 25% cost of the land being acquired by the NHAI and the funds were being made available by the Kerala Infrastructure Investment Fund Board (KIIFB).

For getting speedy clearance, the entire NH 66 corridor in the State was split further into small packages to take advantage of the Centre’s decision to allow the MoRTH to approve projects of up to ₹2,000 crore.
 
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