FoB in Old City: A bridge also much!
Hyderabad: Commuters from Phisal Banda have actually been risking their lives by taking a trip on the stretch in the direction of Chandrayangutta, as the first-ever foot over bridge (FoB) job was delayed 4 months earlier. The building and construction product is road which is additionally a nationwide freeway. Some pedestrians really feel the job has actually been ditched and also left insufficient.
The South Zone GHMC commissioner made the statement that the FoB at Hafez Baba Nagar will certainly be opened up to the general public in the beginning months of this year, yet still, its building and construction has actually been left insufficient for greater than 4 months.
Although the Municipal Administration and also Urban Development (MA&UD) division made a statement on January 16, 2022, that, together with FoB at Hafez Baba Nagar, 6 even more FoBs were mosting likely to turn up in the southerly component of the city, commonly referred to as the Old City ofHyderabad But, till currently the very first FoB building and construction gets on at a snail’s rate.
A pedestrian, Mohammed Rafeeq stated, “People of the Old City believe that the GHMC will never develop it like the western and the central parts of the city. After knowing that even the Old City roads will have FoBs we realised that we were wrong. Only steel blocks have been installed for the FoB, but not completed; while other six are yet to come up.”
The Chandrayangutta constituency is just one of the busiest locations of theOld City Lakhs of individuals everyday commute from below as the Rajiv Gandhi International Airport is additionally close by. With FoB product resting on road it is presenting a serious danger to vehicle drivers. During the current rainfall the building and construction website of the FoB obtained swamped and also travelers, along with pedestrians, needed to encounter a great deal of troubles going across the road.
When called the worried Charminar zonal GHMC commissioner, stopped working to talk or provide details on building and construction of FoBs. Shaik Afroz, a traveler stated, “from early morning to late night, heavy vehicles pass through the road. Pedestrians also face threat, along with commuters, as there are hardly two U-turns.The stretch is too long with material of FoB dumped on the roadside the motorists are facing a lot of hardships to commute.”
Several pedestrians whine that they are not able to go across the road. Some take threats by going across the stretch in thrill. They required the GHMC to instantly finish building and construction of all FoBs that were guaranteed in the Old City.