Guwahati: Assam Chief Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma held a meeting with PWD and reviewed the status of ongoing flyover construction in Guwahati on Sunday. Following his meeting, he directed completion of the Supermarket flyover by September 30 and speedy construction of all other ongoing flyovers.
In the meanwhile, Chief Minister Office, Assam took to their official Twitter handle saying, “CM @himantabiswa held a meeting with PWD and reviewed the status of ongoing flyover construction in Guwahati. He directed completion of Supermarket flyover by Sept 30 and expeditious construction of all other ongoing flyovers.”
It is to be noted that the double-lane Supermarket flyover will connect Dispur to Khanapara and Supermarket to Last Gate in Guwahati.
The flyover will start in front of the Janata Bhawan at Dispur and end at the Down Town police point.
Ex-Assam Chief Minister Sarbananda Sonowal laid the foundation stone of a 1400-meter long T-shaped flyover on the GS road in the city on December 2019.
According to government sources, the total project cost of the flyover is Rs. 127.20 crore.
On the other hand, the right-side bifurcation will start from the Dispur Supermarket junction to terminate before the traffic roundabout (Golchakkar) at Last Gate. It will be the longest flyover in the city.