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Construction of railway over bridges on major routes will be expedited: Minister PA Mohammad Riyaz

Thiruvananthapuram: A call has been taken to expedite the development of railway over bridges beneath the ‘Kerala with out Level Crossing on Major Roads’ assembly at a gathering chaired by Public Works Minister PA Mohammad Riyaz to evaluate the progress of development.

The assembly reviewed issues regarding the development of 72 railway over bridges. Eleven railway overbridges at present beneath development are anticipated to be accomplished by September 2022. The assembly additionally accredited a schedule for the three ROBs to be accomplished by March 2023. The General Association Drawing of 27 ROBs was accredited by the Railways. The land acquisition technique of 14 is in progress. The work of making ready the mission doc of 17 ROBs can be in progress. Of those, 67 are being constructed as a part of the Kifby mission. Roads and Bridges Improvement Company is answerable for development.

Within the first section of ROBs, work has began on 5 of the ten railway over bridges to be constructed utilizing the metal concrete composite technique. The piling work was began at Chirangara in Chalakudy constituency, Maliyekkal in Karunagapally, Watanamkurisi in Pattambi, Akathethara in Malampuzha and Koduvalli in Thalassery. RBDCK stated work on Tanur Theiyala, Chirayankeezhu and Guruvayur would start quickly. The design is being accredited by the Madras IIT. RBDCK MD Suhas IAS, KRFB CEO and Shriram Samba Sivarao IAS additionally attended the assembly.

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