The Andhra Pradesh Government confirmed to handle a challenging project for developing a road grid project across the state with Rs 3,184 Crores. The main objective launching the project is to connect Gram Panchayats, Mandals joining the district head-quarters with two-lane roads.
The district headquarters would be connected either two lane or four lane depending on width of the road available. The State capital roads connecting through six lane roads. The launch of the project benefits the people in travelling a safest journey from one place to another place through lane procedures.
The major tourist places, Ports, Industrial Hubs, Airports are connected to the nearest national highways with two lanes. The project will be started soon, announced by the Finance Minister yanamala Ramakrishnudu. At present the state government and central government declared the roads from Kurnool and Anantapur, Amaravathi, Rayalaseema connecting faster to capital city.
The Government had now sanctioned Rs 3,184 crores for launching the project soon, it will benefited for rural panchayats with fibre grid cable networks across the state providing 15 Mbps. The Project was started in investing Rs 320 Crores. The other sectors such as Housing to benefit Rs 1.54 GSDP spending household expenditure upto to Rs 2.84.
The project launch was announced by Finance Minister Yanamala Krishnudu on Thursday.