Pune : PMRDA Commences Construction of Alternate Route for Aundh

Pune : PMRDA Commences Construction of Alternate Route for Aundh

Pune : PMRDA Commences Construction of Alternate Route for Aundh

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The Pune Metropolitan Region Development Authority (PMRDA) has begun the construction of an alternate road on the Agricultural College Campus, formerly known as Pune Metro Depot in the light of ongoing construction work for the Metro and Multi-level Flyover.

This initiative has begun with the aimt to ease congestion plaguing commuters heading to Range Hills, Bopodi and Khadki.

Rinaj Pathan, Chief Superintendent engineer of PMRDA said, “PMRDA is developing a road to decongest the Ganeshkhind Road Stretch. We are trying hard to complete work as soon as possible so that commuters will get an alternative route for thr Aundh area. However, it will take almost one and a half months to complete the road.”

The Agricultural College denied the use of its inter roads as alternate routes on Ganeshkhind Road.
The regional development Authority has started creating a seperate 7 metre road for two, three and four wheelers which will pass through Pune Metro Compound and Agricultural College area.

Following this,during the construction of the new road, an alternative route for travelers was finalized by PMRDA last week after Deputy Chief Minister Ajit Pawar instructed Pune Municipal Corporation (PMC), Agricultural College and PMRDA to explore solutions.
•Commuters travelling from Shivajinavar to Aundh or Hinjewadi will need to take travel from Agricultural College’s Wakadewadi gate to Range Hill Metro Depot.
•Right turn is not allowed when approaching from Range Hills at the BIL Circle.
•The Dhotre Path leading to Aum super market circle has now been converted into a two-way road.
It is important to note that vehicles will not be permitted from Khau Galli road to access University Road.