The city's northern corridor is all set to get its biggest infrastructure boost as the National Highways Authority of India has approved the Kompally-Suchitra highway, the NH-44 connecting Hyderabad and Nagpur. The project will take place in the EPC mode(Engineering, Procurement, Construction), which will transform the existing roads and create new and wide roads, which will cost the government and development authorities an estimated Rs 492 crore.
The Executive Committee of the NHAI recently visited the proposed roads and decided to approve the proposal in an exclusive meeting with the Roads and Buildings Department. As a result, the R&B has a structured plan ready for the commencement of the project and how it will proceed. The construction of this 10 Km Suchitra to Kompally road will occur with three flyovers, four underpasses, service roads. In addition, road widening at Suchitra Junction and Kompally/Gundlapochampally junction will also be a part of this project.
The three flyovers, which will cover 10km, will reduce the growing scenario of bottleneck traffic at Military Dairy Farm Road, Suchitra Junction up to Dewaan Dhaba, and Kompally/Dhoolapally Junction. After one last review with the government, NHAI will invite bids for this project and begin the EPC mode.