Mizoram to launch cable car service soon

Aizawl, Mar 3 (Newsmai) : The Mizoram government will launch "cable car service" on two corridors in Aizawl to improve public transport system and ease traffic snarls. According to Mizoram Deputy Chief Minister Tawnluia, the proposed aerial cable car system will be constructed on the North-South corridor between Durtlang and Kulikawn and also East-West corridor  between Thuampui in the east and Solomon’s Temple in the west. He then said that the state government will construct pedestrian flyover bridges at two locations in Aizawl to ease the growing traffic snarls in the state capital.

Tawnluia who is also Urban Development and Poverty Alleviation minister said that the Union Ministry of Housing and Urban Affairs has approved in principle the proposal for setting up of two pedestrian flyover bridges- one at Vaivakawn and the other at Bawngkawn area in the western and eastern sides of the state capital respectively. He then said that a feasibility study is being undertaken for the two projects. According to the Deputy Chief Minister, the structure of the flyover bridges whether it will be of steel or concrete is yet to be decided. He further said that the distance or length of the proposed pedestrian flyover bridges will be ascertained after the completion of feasibility study.

He then said that the proposed projects are parts of the government effort to reduce traffic jam in the state capital.

Aizawl has at least 4 pedestrian flyover bridges between Bazar Bungkawn and Khatla.

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