UTTIPEC clears two road projects for Delhi

August 2014
FRPT- Infrastructure Snapshot;8/24/2014, p7
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The article reports that Unified Traffic and Transportation Infrastructure Planning and Engineering Centre (UTTIPEC) organization has cleared two flyovers for Delhi, India. It states that the Public Works Department (PWD) government ministry is preparing for construction of the projects as well as the estimations for the Delhi government. It also emphasizes the proposal of the government to build an elevated road for buses to avoid conflict with other traffic.


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