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Masterplan For Road Network
Masterplan For Road Network
Masterplan For Road Network
Masterplan For Road Network
Masterplan For Road Network
Masterplan For Road Network
Masterplan For Road Network
Masterplan For Road Network
Masterplan For Road Network
Masterplan For Road Network
Masterplan For Road Network
Masterplan For Road Network
Masterplan For Road Network
Masterplan For Road Network

Location: Nanded, Maharashtra, India

Project Work Status: Ongoing Projects

Area: Length: 48Km

Client: Nanded Waghala Municipal Corporation

Nanded is a historic religious town located on the banks of the River Godavari in Maharashtra. It provides a typical example of small town India. Planned interventions are lacking and where present - inadequate.

The proposed street network reflects the diversity in user profile and street activity seen in the town. It is intended that the project be a model for other towns of similar sizes in India.

Key features of the project include:

  • Rationalisation of Motor Vehicle Lanes to accommodate all users
  • Separate lanes for Non-motorised Vehicles
  • Pedestrian precinct around the Sachkhand Gurudwara
  • Innovative street cross-sections to incorporate tree plantation, hawkers, On street parking, para transport stands, street furniture, bus shelters, public toilets etc.

The project is being implemented through a public private partnership between IL&FS and the Nanded Waghala Municipal Corporation under the Jawaharlal Nehru National Urban Renewal Mission. We have worked very closely with a range of experts on this project including IIT Delhi and I-CE, Holland

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