The Bihar government is paying special attention to the development of transport in Bihar these days. New flyovers, elevated roads and bridges are being constructed to make different districts of Bihar hi-tech. In this episode, the Bihar government has given a big gift to 1 district of Bihar. According to the information, an 850 meter long flyover will be constructed from NH 28 to new NH 122 from Gobarsahi Chowk to Majhaulia Chowk in Muzaffarpur district of Bihar. 95 crore will be spent on the construction of this flyover. According to the information, in the DPR prepared by NHAI, partial improvement of safety standards has been suggested by the Consultant Agency. For this, in the DPR, it has been suggested to make the safety standards more clear and ensured just below the Gobarsahi and Majholia intersections. The process of tender will be done by amending the DPR. This flyover is to be a place where vehicles of NH 28 (New 122) and NH 77 (New 22) ply on the same road.
Let us tell you that after the construction of this flyover, vehicles coming to Muzaffarpur from different districts of Bihar will be facilitated, while the problem of traffic jam in Muzaffarpur is also expected to give relief to the people. Along with this, a flyover with 20 meters wide underpass in Bibiganj will be built between Bhagwanpur Chowk and Chandni Chowk in the district. For this, a 20 meter wide flyover will be built on a single paya in the middle of the NH. This will allow smooth movement of vehicles even under the flyover. Vehicles coming from Circuit House and Dumri Road side will be able to move down and down the flyover towards their path.
Simultaneously, Muzaffarpur Bhagwanpur Golambar will be enlarged and service lane from Golambar to Gobarsahi Chowk via Sadar police station will be cleared. In the DPR prepared to make Bhagwanpur Chowk free from jam, a provision has been made to build foot overbridge, move the auto stand from the intersection and take it under the existing flyover towards IG Colony. For these projects, the Consultant Agency, in a letter issued on November 15, last year, has sought a revised file in the DPR, suggesting four points to ensure safety standards. The agency has suggested to clarify the horizontal and vertical design of the flyover, after which the vehicles passing below here will be able to move safely and smoothly in all four directions.