The National Highways Authority of India (NHAI) has prepared Rs 800 cr project plan to ease the travel from Lucknow to Prayagraj – the Capital City with the Holy city of India’s most populous state Uttar Pradesh.
The project encompasses a new bridge on Sai River, four new bypass roads, and a ring road on the Rae Bareli-Prayagraj National Highway. The bypass roads, ring road, and the bridge will be four-lane. The highway is a two-lane road and will remain the same.
A dilapidated 5-decade old bridge exists on Sai River through which traffic moves currently.
A 5km bypass road will be constructed from Bhikh to Jigna in Jagatpur. A 4.3 KM bypass road will be constructed from Itora Bujurg to Bhagipur in Babuganj and 11.07KM bypass road will be constructed from Aalapur to Bahiyanwa in Pratapgarh.
Besides, a 6.2 KM ring road will be constructed from Laalgopalganj to NH-2 in Prayagraj.
This will ease the travel from Lucknow to Prayagraj.
Omaxe is developing a hi-tech township Omaxe Metro City on Rae Bareli road in Lucknow – South East of the International Airport and surrounded by Shaheed Path Road in North, Outer Ring Road in South, Rae Bareli Road on East and Kanpur Road on West.
The 104 KM Outer Ring Road criss-crosses 5 National Highways and 6 State Highways that enter and leave Lucknow. It also passes through Omaxe Metro City with an underpass opening near the project.
The township offers a wide range of projects that cater to every income segment and offers a low-density living with 80 acres of open and green area comprising gardens, parks, open gym, fountain, etc.
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