GNIDA asks residents for feedback to repair key roads that are 5 yrs old | Noida News

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Greater Noida: GNIDA is set to repair roads that are five to three years old in Greater Noida. For this, it has sought residents’ feedback on areas where work is required.
It has also categorised three types of roads where repair work will be done. These include roads built five years ago and need no repair, roads built five years ago and need repair and roads built three years ago and their current condition. While sectors Alpha and Beta were the first to be developed by the authority, residents said that most roads in these sectors are older than five years and need urgent repairs.
GNIDA has also uploaded the list of these roads on its website as well as on social media. Residents are invited to inform about the roads that require repair from their sectors on the customer care as well as complaint numbers issued by the authority.
Harinder Bhati, a resident of Sector Beta 1, said, “It’s a welcome move as the roads are in bad shape in sectors Alpha, Beta, Gamma and Delta. Earlier, the authority has carried out only resurfacing of these roads. This will be the first time that they will repair it and we will surely send our feedback. In fact, I have been raising the issue of road repairs for a long time.” Some of the stretches built five years ago and need repairs are the peripheral roads in sectors 4, 10 and 12, the road between Hindon bridge and Ek Moorti roundabout, police line to NH-24 link road, road near Balak Inter College.
The roads built three years ago and need repairs are the stretch between Hanuman temple and Hindon Pushta, 130m peripheral road from Knowledge Park 5 to Sector 3, both sides of DSC road and peripheral roads in sectors Ecotech 6 and 7.
While different work circles are devising individual costs for the work depending on the area and need for repair or resurfacing of roads that fall under them, GNIDA CEO Narendra Bhooshan said that it’s a work in progress.
“We tried to crowdsource the data so that the decision making is better, and wastage is minimised. The project department of the authority has devised these categories of roads. But citizen’s feedback will make it more inclusive and accurate,” he said.





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