Parking complicated at Nampally inching in the direction of conclusion
Hyderabad: An ultra-modern automated multi-level auto parking (MLP) with prefab innovation including 15 floorings near Nampally Metro terminal which was intended to be finished in a period of 9 months in 2019, is currently nearing conclusion and also will certainly be open for public by April thisyear Simultaneously, in order to fix auto parking concerns, the State government will certainly be building comparable auto parking facilities in Ameerpet, Miyapur, Serilingampally and also Banjara Hills.
The structure rock for the multi-level auto parking in Nampally was stocked September 2018. The 15-floor job is being integrated in Public Private Partnership (PPP) setting by Hyderabad Metro rail Limited of which 10 floorings would certainly be utilized for auto parking and also 5 for industrial functions. Due to absence of inter-department sychronisation and also slow-moving decision-making, the building and construction was propounded a stop in April 2020 and also was once more disrupted in 2021 because of Covid pandemic.
On Monday, City Mayor Gadwal Vijayalakshmi in addition to Hyderabad Metro Rail General Manager Vishnuvardhan Reddy and also various other police officers checked the job and also advised the police officers and also worried companies to finish the job byApril Mayor claimed, “Adequate steps are being taken to set up the multi-level parking with advanced technology with PPP mode and the facility will be made available by April. The cost of the project has been increased to Rs 70 crore against the earlier estimated cost Rs 60 crore.”
According to GHMC, ‘Novum’, a contemporary and also cutting edge multi-level auto parking complicated constructed with a price of Rs 70 crore is topped 2,000 sq. m and also will certainly be completely automated. It can suit 250 vehicles immediately in 3 cellars and also 7 floorings in the air and also an additional 100 two-wheelers can be parked by hand. “The Nampally MLP was planned to have an ultra-modern building of 15 floors (including three cellars). Ten floors (65 per cent of the built-up area) will be used for parking and five floors (35 per cent of the built-up area) will be used for commercial space,” claimed a GHMC police officer.
Along with the boosting traffic jam, auto parking problems are likewise becoming worse. Hence, to inspect this with modern-day approaches, the Municipal Administration examined and also made a decision to develop auto parking backyards in various locations throughout the city. Mayor claimed, “To ensure traffic chaos due to lack of parking across the city, the State government identified various locations to build parking complexes in Ameerpet, Miyapur, Serilingampally and Banjara Hills.”