Bengaluru, March 8: In an effort to provide Bengaluru a lift, Karnataka Chief Minister BS Yediyurappa on Monday allotted Rs 7,795 crore to the know-how heart as a part of the 2021-22 finances proposals for the general growth of town.
The initiatives embody the event of recent parks, the acceleration of the implementation of the commuter practice undertaking, the doubling between the Yeshwantpur-Channasandra and Baiyappanahalli-Hosur divisions, the development of pedestrian bridges and the advance of faculties managed by the civic physique of Bengaluru.
Presenting its eighth finances right here on Monday, Yediyurappa stated a grant of Rs 850 crore had been made for the commuter practice undertaking.
“This 12 months, we may even be implementing the ‘One Nation, One Card’ system and computerized ticketing system for customers of Bengaluru Metro and Bengaluru Metropolitan Transport Company,” he stated.
“With a purpose to cut back visitors jams, the commuter practice undertaking has been resumed within the metropolis. The acquisition of the land for the undertaking is estimated at Rs 15,767 crore and this undertaking is anticipated to be accomplished inside the subsequent six years, ”he stated in his speech.
In keeping with the chief minister, the works of doubling the railway traces between the Yeshwantpur-Channasandra and Baiyappanahalli-Hosur divisions, estimated at Rs 813 crore, must be accomplished by the tip of 2023.
The undertaking goals to supply further rail providers and is taken over by the Karnataka Railway Infrastructure Improvement Firm Ltd in collaboration with the Ministry of Railways on a 50/50 cost-sharing foundation.
He added that the 41 km Namma metro line shall be operational in levels between June 2021 and December 2022.
“Already, Rs 30,000 crore has been used for section 1 and section 2 of the metro undertaking. Karnataka is awaiting approval from the Union authorities for the implementation of the 58 km peripheral metro-airport community throughout phases 2A and 2B, estimated at Rs 14,788 crore.
Yediyurappa stated the state authorities has already launched greater than Rs 1,600 crore for land acquisition, switch of utilities and design.
He additional added that the “ One Nation, One Card ” system shall be operational for the comfort of the general public on the 51 metro stations by August 2021.
“The One Nation, One Card system can be utilized in each Namma Metro and Bengaluru Metropolitan Transport Company (BMTC). An computerized fare assortment system can also be being put in place with the intention of modernizing the BMTC ticketing service, ”he defined.
The chief minister added that the state authorities would work to finish the 65 km Peripheral Ring Highway (PRR) undertaking. Though this undertaking has been talked about typically in finances speeches since 2006, it has been stalled on account of monetary difficulties and authorized issues.
Yediyurappa stated that the state authorities will quickly launch a name for tenders incorporating the “Swiss problem methodology” as a part of a public-private partnership the place the price of buying the land shall be borne by the accomplice. personal.
He additionally stated that the state authorities would undertake a undertaking to fill 234 reservoirs within the districts of Bengaluru Metropolis, Bengaluru Rural, Tumakuru and Chikkaballapur with 308 MLD of water from the Vrushabhavathi valley within the metropolis of Bengaluru for a estimated price of Rs 500 crore.
Aside from this, the state may even rejuvenate and enhance the capability of 248 MLD STP of the Koramangala valley for an expenditure of Rs 450 crore in collaboration with the civic physique of Bengaluru by means of the Bengaluru Water Provide and Sewerage Board.
Underneath the Inexperienced Bengaluru undertaking, Karnataka would develop tree parks within the NGEF situated at Byappanahalli and three different areas.
He added that Karnataka will create a separate firm to deal with the renovation and reconstruction of faculties run by the civic physique of Bengaluru at an expense of Rs 33 crore.
Disclaimer: This story is mechanically generated from the IANS service.