The reconstruction of B G Kher Road in Malabar Hill, which has been in progress for about two years and three months, is anticipated to move forward quickly, and BMC officials are optimistic that it would be finished by December. The civic organisation also intends to concrete the road rather than pave it with asphalt. Given that there was a landslide in the region in 2020, the BMC is awaiting a test result to establish if the slope is acceptable for cement concrete (CC).
Civic officials announced at midday that work is ongoing and that efforts are being made to advance the deadline. Despite a delay in the water pipeline installation project “The majority of the work beneath the road line is finished. The initial phase of the road’s construction will begin. We’ve given ourselves till the middle of December as our deadline “said a senior official from the BMC’s Roads division.
Earlier, this deadline was intended for the hydraulic department’s work before the start of the road construction. The official announced that both tasks will now be carried out concurrently in order to speed up project completion. The municipal organisation had initially intended to allow motorists to use the route before