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    The new project will bring many benefits to the people of Secunderabad and Adilabad. There will be no traffic issues on NH 44, and traveling towards Adilabad will be easier. Additionally, there will be a direct route to the Outer Ring Road from the city without traffic disruptions. Passenger and goods services will be improved for areas like Medchal, Malkajgiri, Medak, Kamareddy, Nizamabad, Nirmal, and Adilabad.

    The project itself is quite impressive. The total corridor length is 5.320 km, with 4.650 km being elevated and 0.600 km being underground. It will require 73.16 acres of land, with 55.85 acres being from the Defence Department, 8.41 acres from private land, and 8.90 acres specifically for the underground tunnel. The project cost is estimated at Rs 1,580 crore.

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    Chief Minister A Revanth Reddy is set to lay the foundation stone for the construction of the elevated corridor near Kandlakoya junction on NH 44. This project aims to alleviate the long-standing traffic issues faced by motorists in the area. The new corridor will also have provisions for a future metro line.

    The elevated corridor will begin at Paradise Junction in Secunderabad and end at Dairy Farm Road, passing through Tadband Junction and Boinapally Junction. Revanth Reddy has been actively pursuing this project since his election as Malkajgiri MP in 2019. The State government has worked diligently to secure permission from the Defence Ministry for the construction of the elevated corridors.

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    The new corridor will not only improve traffic flow but also make the journey safer and more efficient for commuters. With a total of 131 pillars and six rows of elevated corridors, the project is poised to make a significant impact on transportation in the region.

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