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Construction on the RBI-Bamunimaidam Flyover to begin in September

Assam’s infrastructure has undergone a number of important changes as a result of CM Himanta Biswa Sarma’s statements. He provided important updates on the state’s infrastructure during the inaugural ceremony of the Nilachal Flyover in Maligaon.

One of the major attractions is the disclosure of plans to build a 6-lane road from Dharapur to Jaukbari, complete with a flyover at Dharapur Chariali. In the Pan Bazar area of Guwahati, a flyover is also being built to cross the distance between the Reserve Bank Building and Bamunimaidam. Construction on this about 6-kilometer-long project is scheduled to start in September after the bid phase was successfully completed.

There are numerous such initiatives that indicate Assam’s dedication to improving its transport networks. The Shraddhanjali Flyover, which has just been given a new name, will be inaugurated on Maha Panchami and now graces Zoo Road. Impressively, over 22 flyovers are almost finished, displaying Assam’s commitment to upgrading its infrastructure.

The government’s strategy is forward-looking, as seen by additional announcements. To change the way people travel in Kaziranga, a major 32-kilometer flyover is among these that is being considered. Additionally, the Shakti Peeth and Pandu’s final location will soon be connected by a vital bridge across the Brahmaputra. At important areas like the Bharalumukh Railway Crossing, in front of the Rajiv Bhawan, and close to the Down Town Hospital, flyovers are also being constructed.

On September 7, Silchar will inaugurate three flyovers, marking a significant improvement in its urban infrastructure. The grandiose ropeway project that will link Kamakhya Temple and Kamakhya Railway Station is progressing and is anticipated to be operational before the 2026 elections. A flypast that crosses the Brahmaputra from Kamakhya to Lokpriya Gopinath Bordoloi International Airport is being planned.

A significant discovery is the promise that the bridge connecting Guwahati and North Guwahati across the Brahmaputra, currently under construction, will be finished in time for Durga Puja the following year. The bridge’s predicted architectural brilliance is believed to be on equivalent with the renowned Mumbai Worli Sea Link Bridge in terms of elegance and style.

An important milestone for Assam’s infrastructure sector was demonstrated at the Maligaon event with the opening of the state’s longest flyover. CM Sarma highlights the state’s commitment to a future with advanced connectivity and enhanced urban mobility through these innovative initiatives.


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