Patna, the capital of Bihar, is soon going to get the gift of a magnificent bypass. This six-lane road has been designed in such a way that after its construction, the chances of accidents happening here will be reduced. In fact, the way has been cleared for the construction of the third bypass Kanholi-Ramnagar 6-lane road of Patna. This 40 km long project will be included in the Ring Road of Patna. Under its construction, a 3-feet high boundary will be built on both sides of the roads, which will reduce the possibility of animal and human casualties here.
According to the information, this road is being built from the point of view of safety. This road will be one of the advance roads of Patna. According to the news, 15% of the work of this project has been completed and a target has been set to complete the Kanholi Ramnagar 6 lane road by the year 2023. It is being told that 62 hectares of land is required for this project, for which the acquisition work is going on. Along with this, NHAI had fixed the estimated cost of this 6-lane road at 823 crores, but JSP has decided to build it only for 797 crores.
According to the information, Kanholi Ramnagar six lane road will start from Kanhauli located near Bihta to Ramnagar (SH-78) near Lakhna on Patna-Masaudhi road via Sadisopur, Naubatpur, Dumri. Along with this, after the construction of this project, capital Patna as well as Saran and Vaishali districts will benefit greatly from this six-lane road. After its completion, the traffic system of these districts will be strengthened. Along with this, after the construction of the 138 km long road bridge project, the road system of Bihar will become better hi-tech than before.