Saturday, July 20, 2013

Railway bypass project to cost Rs 180 crore
Bijendra Ahlawat
Tribune News Service
Rohtak, July 18
Rohtak will soon get a Railway Bypass. It will be perhaps the first such project in the state which would help to maintain the problem of traffic jams. The project would cost around Rs 180 crore. The project will be launched soon and is likely to be completed in the next two years.


"The cost of the project would be borne by the Indian Railways. The Union Railway Minister will lay the foundation stone of the project on July 28," said MP Deepender Singh Hooda.
He said the dream project would eradicate the problem of traffic jams and chaos caused in various parts of the city. The construction work of the bypass was likely to begin within four months as the railways were likely to float tenders by end of this month.
The bypass would replace the old Rohtak-Gohana rail track starting from the railway station upto Makrauli Kalan village in the district.
According to the officials concerned, the new track will be laid on the North-Western pheriphery and would touch Samar Gopalpur village on the Jind-Rohtak highway before taking a turn toward Gohana to culminate at the existing track near Makrauli village.
However, the project would increase the overall distance from Rohtak to Gohana by eight kilometers due to the diversion.

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