India's newest state capital Amaravati will get a under tunnel in river of Krishna, around three-km long, for vehicular movement if the state government has its direction.
As per TOI, Amaravati will get India's first ever submerged passage under the stream of Krishna. This passage will be three-km long and will be utilized for vehicular movement.
There are around 200 such passages around the world. The planners from Singapore have incorporated the under-stream burrow in the definite all-inclusive strategy for Amaravati which was discharged on Saturday.
"The submerged passage will be a moment hit with voyagers. Regardless of the possibility that the task costs somewhat more, we will proceed with it. The state will procure extensive income from vacationers," a senior organizer in the AP Capital Region Development Authority (CRDA) told TOI
The Union delivery service as of late propelled a possibility study on two such passages. While one of the passages associate Kakdwip and Sagar Island in West Bengal, alternate connections Chatham and Bamboo Flat in Andaman Nicobar islands. The Center has officially given over the assignment of concentrating on the undertakings to the National Highways and Infrastructure Development Corporation Ltd (NHIDCL). Along these lines, NHIDCL has called for tenders from advisors to set up the techno-financial investigation of both the passage extends.
Sources said the AP government will soon approach the Center looking for endorsement for the passage in the waterway Krishna. Authorities contend that a submerged passage costs not exactly an over extension.
Author by: Aravind Vedala