Hetauda-Dakshinkali roadway to shut for 6-hrs daily for 35 days
Apr 23, 2018-
The Hetauda-Dakshinkali roadway, an alternate short route to enter Kathmandu, will be closed for six hours daily for 35 days from April 24 to May 29 for upgradation of the roadway.
The Hetauda Division Road Office has decided to halt traffic along the road section that links Hetauda to the Capital through Bhimphedi-Kulekhani-Sisneri-Dakshinkali, from 10 am to 4 pm to expand various areas by cutting the cliffs along the road section, informed Road Department Engineer Nitesh Acharya.
“The traffic movement along the Hetauda-Dakshinkali roadway will be shut for 6 hours daily as the 6-km road section from Indrasarowar Rural Municipality-based Kulekhani Dam to Sisneri bazaar needs to be upgraded and expanded,” said engineer Acharya.
The road section, after the expansion and upgradation, will be 10-metre wide with 7 metre blacktop, and remaining part will include a concrete drainage.
Published: 23-04-2018 19:07