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" The Grand Ocean Road " Project is all set to change the Future of Andhra Pradesh State.!

This is one of the Prestigeous projects taken up by the Govt of Andhra Pradesh and one of the Promises as per the TDP Manifesto 2014.

The R&B department started working on the Project preparing the Routemap, Estimation ,etc.

A Four Line Beach Road all along the Coast from Extreme Coastal Ends of Andhra Pradesh, Ichapuram (Srikakulam Dist) to Tada ( Nellore Dist) which is 970 kms making it the

"World's longest Beach Road" making AP the Tourism Destination of India.

New and Safe beaches to be built and Coast Gaurd to be set up as part of this project to Promote Tourism and Safety along the Coast Line.

A Number of small Harbors will be built along the Grand Ocean Road enabling the Water Ways for both Tourism and Travel where the Sea Waters will be used for Domestic Transport of both Citizens and Goods.

These 4 line roads would also serve as Highways for Andhra Pradesh connecting all 9 Coastal Districts of Andhra Pradesh. There is also a phase wise expansion of these roads to 6 and 8 lines as per the requirements.

The Integration of these Roads with Ports, Airports and Cities enroute will make the Economic activity accelerate creating Millions of Direct and Indirect jobs to our Brother Indians.

This project is also intended to connect the Agri based industries with the Airports and Ports making the Export of Our Agricultural Products to the world also, enabling our ports to export and import goods for Our neighboring states like Telangana, Chhattisgarh,etc which do not have a Coast line.

This Project will also empower the Fishermen living in the cast away Villages along the Coast with great roads and Infra connecting to Ports and Fishery based Industries giving their economic activity a Global Market.!
 

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A team of seven Malaysian officials led by Malaysian High Commissioner in India toured the district as part of preliminary feasibility study of the Coastal Highway proposed by the State Government.

The team led by Malaysian High Commissioner Daituk Naimun Ashkali Mohammed toured the district and interacted with officials, including District Collector N Yuvaraj, on Wednesday, to study the feasibility of building a highway along the coast in the district from Itchapuram to Tada for promoting freight and tourism.

The team went around Bheemunipatnam, Thotlakonda and Bhavikonda Buddhist sites and Rushikonda IT SEZ in the city. They also had an interaction with officials at the VUDA office later in the day.

The team also visited the Brandix SEZ in Atchyutapuram mandal and the oil palm orchards in Butchaiapeta mandal. The team comprised Minister Counsellor (Economic Affairs) of Malaysian High Commission in New Delhi Aida Safinaz Allias, second secretary (Economic Affairs) in High Commission of Malaysia in New Delhi Wan Ahmad Iskandar Wan Adnan, director of Tourism Malaysia in New Delhi Amran Abdul Rahman, Trade Commissioner of Malaysian Trade (MATRADE) in Chennai Shah Nizam Ahmad, senior general manager of Malaysian Construction Industry Development Board Puan Saiah Bindi Abd Karib and head of business development of Scomi Group in India S Selvaraja.
 
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