Airport Expansion, Other Infrastructure Projects Scheduled For Completion This Year
Hyderabad-Secunderabad is known as the twin cities. Hyderabad is the capital city of Telangana state in India. Several significant infrastructure projects, such as the opening of the expanded airport, drinking water and sewage systems, a cycling track, and others, are likely to be finished in the twin cities in the current year.
Expansion Of Transportation Channels
To accommodate traffic demands of up to four crore passengers annually, the international airport at Shamshabad will undergo a ₹7,500 crore expansion, which is expected to be finished by June of the current year.
According to the Hon’ble Finance Minister of Telangana, Mr. Harish Rao in his budget speech on 6th February 23, it has been planned to extend metro rail services to the airport to make it easier for travelers to get to the airport quickly from various locations. He further said that the metro will be built out of Government funds and will cost ₹6,250 crore, the foundation for which has been laid down by Hon’ble Chief Minister of Telangana, Mr. K. Chandrashekhar Rao, and will be completed within the coming 3 years, which after completion would commence from Raidurg and terminate at Shamshabad airport covering a distance of 31 km.
Expansion Of Sewage Channels
In 2021, the Hyderabad urban agglomeration produced 1,950 Million Liters per Day (MLD) of sewage, 1,650 MLD of which was produced in the GHMC area alone. The Hyderabad Metropolitan Water Supply and Sewerage Board (HMWSSB) has been assigned the task of constructing 31 new Sewage Treatment Plants (STP’s) by the Government to add to the 25 existing ones costing ₹3,866. The plants would have a capacity of 1,259 MLD and have an expectancy to be completed by June, 2023
When finished, it will have the highest rate of 100% sewage treatment of any major city in the country. At a cost of 298 crore, a second 129-km sewer network project covering the Karwan and Nampally constituencies has been taken up.
Adoption Of New Water Projects
The Godavari and Krishna rivers supply the capital with water through the Ramagundam project and the Sunkishala project, respectively. The government intends to permanently address drinking water issues in Greater Hyderabad and neighboring municipalities by bringing Godavari river water from the Kondapochammasagar and Mallannasagar reservoirs constructed as part of the Kaleshwaram project.
A new source augmentation project of Sunkishala is being started at a cost of 2,214 crore to supplement about 40,000 million cubic (TMC) feet, to be drawn in phases, in order to meet the current drinking water requirements and is expected to be completed by June 2023.
The 1,200 crore water supply network project for the Outer Ring Road (ORR) ULBs is also scheduled to be finished in June 2023. After completion, the project, which involves installing a 2,800 km pipeline network, is anticipated to help 10 lakh people.
Creation Of A 23-km cycle track
In Kokapet, a 23-km cycle track with a solar roof covering 21 km will cost 95 crores and have a 16 MW capacity. The track would isolate cyclists from regular traffic and ensure their safety while protecting them from the sun, rain, and other harsh weather conditions. Other facilities, according to him, include 24-hour lighting, food courts, security cameras, drinking water, and bicycle repair shops next to the track.
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