bassi: Rajasthan CM inaugurates Bassi flyover as part of infra push | Jaipur News – Times of India

JAIPUR: On the third anniversary of his government, chief minister Ashok Gehlot inaugurated two infrastructure projects and laid the foundation stone for six projects including signal-free traffic junctions.
After coming to power, the Congress government had announced to make many junctions signal-free in phase-wise manner for smooth flow of traffic. On Saturday, the CM laid the foundation stone for a signal-free traffic project, which will be constructed at B2 bypass and Laxmi Mandir crossroads on Tonk Road. He also inaugurated the Flyover basses project.
An official said currently there is a lot of traffic load at the B2 Bypass intersection on Tonk Road. In view of this, an underpass will be constructed for the traffic going from EP Road towards Mansarovar. On the other hand, a clover leaf will be built on Tonk Road in front of the petrol pump near Taaron Ki Koot and on Ramdas Agarwal Tirahe, the road leading to Hotel Marriott.
“The entire project will cost Rs 155.06 crore. A target of 18 months has been set to complete this work. After the completion of this project, those going from EP Road towards Durgapura and from B2 Bypass towards Sanganer will have to use the clover leaf,” said the official.
Similarly, two-lane underpass and two pedestrian subways will be built on Tonk Road from Sabzi Mandi road near Laxmi Mandir crossroad, having a length of about 400 metres. The cost of this entire project will be around Rs 81.25 crore. An 18 months deadline has been set for the completion of this project.
The CM has also inaugurated the Bass railway over bridge project constructed over the bust Jaipur-Delhi railway line in Bassi. The foundation stone of beautification work at Jawahar Circle and the inauguration of Desert Park at Kishanbagh near Vidyadhar Nagar was also done online by the CM.