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Good news for Pune inhabitants! BRTS service on Swargate-Katraj route to restart from January 1; details

Good news for Pune residents! BRTS service on Swargate-Katraj route to continue from 2021. The Pune Municipal Corporation (PMC) is good to go to continue the Bus Rapid Transit System administration on the 5.4 kilometer long course from January 1 onwards, four years after it ceased the pilot BRTS course from Swargate to Katraj on Pune-Satara street for the advancement of two flyovers and trams.

The PMC took the Swargate-Katraj course as a pilot project, even as the Corporation confronted different obstacles from its origination till its finish in 2006-2007, as per an IE report. While taking up the development of two flyovers just as two trams out and about, the PMC had chosen to upgrade the BRTS course at an expense of Rs 70 crore.

As indicated by the report, this included street enlarging to make separate paths for private vehicles, as the progression of traffic had expanded on the stretch. In an offer to guarantee that there are no issues in continuing the BRTS administration on the stretch, the PMC has done a security review of the street.

Civic chairman Murlidhar Mohol was cited in the report saying that the redeveloping work of the BRTS course from Swargate to Katraj was required up in the year 2016, yet the work had gotten deferred because of specialized issues. Presently, the redeveloping work on this stretch will be done in the following three days and headings have been given to continue the BRTS administration on the Swargate-Katraj course from January 1, Mohol added.

In the interim, the Law Ministry has as of late requested that the states set up exceptional courts to settle infra project contract-related debates. While refering to the instances of the high courts of Madhya Pradesh, Karnataka and Allahabad, the service has proposed other high courts to apportion an uncommon day to make the assigned unique courts as devoted courts.

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