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AP plans to connect Kanakadurga temple with bus and rail stations

Andhra Pradesh Chief minister Chandrababu Naidu at a press Conference in new Delhi on Feiday express photo by Prem nath Pandey 10 july 15

 The AP government is proposed to connect the Kanakadurga temple from the bus and railway stations.

Chief Minister N Chandrababau Naidu met officials of Amaravathi Development Corporation (ADC) at the Secretariat. They proposed a new infrastructure project for the area in and around Rajiv Gandhi Park to be transformed into a special, highly connected and green zone.

The Chief Minister’s vision of making the pathway from the bus and railway stations to the Kanakadurga temple convenient for the pilgrims, the ADC team proposed a grandiose plan including a transport system with pod taxis (suspended, driverless, electrically-operated taxis).

They proposed a green route, with walkways, public seating areas, an amphitheatre, plazas for a craft market along the lengths of the canals. The plan also contains jetty stations and many design plans for greenery in the vicinity of the walking trails.

           The Chief Minister agreed to see the next draft of the proposal, which will follow extensive research, and the implementation of some of CM’s suggestions. (NSS)