55 km of roads will be reconstructed, only 16 km has been completed so far Ghaziabad News

Ghaziabad: Ghaziabad Municipal Corporation (GMC) is using a portable machine to quickly fill potholes in the city.
The Corporation has about 2,152 km of roads to maintain. About 55 km of these need to be resurfaced, and about 157 km need pothole filling. So far, only 16.5 km stretch has been reconstructed by GMC.
“We have completed the resurfacing work at Vasundhara, Lohia NagarAnd Sanjay Nagar. The rain slowed down the work, but we plan to complete it soon. The work of filling potholes in the city by our department is going on at a fast pace. The pothole-free campaign is underway from Hapur Chongi to Govindapuram and in other zones as well,” said a senior GMC official.
The machine patches small potholes efficiently, and there is no need to divert traffic during repairs. Pits can be repaired using cold premix screws or penetration screws, which are both economical and long-lasting.
The Municipal Commissioner also reviewed the campaign. A pothole that previously took hours to fill can be filled in minutes with this machine. Soon, our city roads will be pothole-free,” the official added.
Earlier this month, Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath Directed to launch a special campaign to make the roads of Uttar Pradesh pothole free before Diwali. He directed every department to ensure that persons with criminal links do not get work contracts for any public interest projects.
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