Bihar’s 5 state highways will give a new impetus to the transportation of Bihar by closing smart and hi-tech from the central government. According to the information, the Bihar government will take a loan of 2680 crores from the Asian Development Bank for the construction and development of 5 state highways of Bihar. It is being told that a consensus has been reached on this project. With the amount received by the Asian Bank, the face of the State Highway of Bihar will change in the coming time.
According to the information, the state highway of Bihar which will be developed with the loan amount received from Asian Bank Development is SH-95 which is Mansi-Simri Bakhtiyarpur road. Similarly, SH-98 Katihar-Balrampur, SH-99 Bayasi-Bahadurganj- Dighal Bank Path, SH-101 Amba-Dev-Madanpur, SH-103 Manjhawe-Govindpur and SH-105 Bettiah-Narkatiyaganj Path. It is being told that the Asian Development Bank will give a loan of 2680 crores to the Government of India on all these projects.
Please inform that by the construction of SH-95, about 2 to 2:30 hours will be saved in the movement of Simri Bakhtiyarpur. The proposed bridge in this route will reduce the distance of about 200 km from Mansi to Saharsa. The construction of SH-98 will facilitate commuting from East Bihar to North West Bengal. Let us inform that after the construction of SH-101, it will be easy to visit Amba Mata Temple and Dev’s Sun Temple. Also, to reach places like Gaya, Nawada, Biharshrif, Banka, Bhagalpur, Aurangabad etc., relatively less distance will have to be covered.