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Bhubaneswar Smart City Limited approved for implementation of the Smart Janpath Project

Bhubaneswar:28/87/17: The Board of Bhubaneswar Smart City Limited (BSCL) on Friday approved the bidder RKD Construction Pvt. Ltd. for implementation of the Smart Janpath Project for the redevelopment of Janpath Road.

It would develop the Janpath road including streetscape design, beautification, landscaping, intersection redesign and infrastructure upgrades in Bhubaneswar’s Town Centre District (BTCD) under Smart Cities Mission on Engineering, Procurement & Construction (EPC) mode.

Janpath Streetscape project has been conceived as a part of Bhubaneswar Smart City proposal. This project mainly focuses on transforming the city’s existing roadway from an automobile-oriented design to a street that is designed to provide safe, comfortable and convenient access to a complete set of users and at the same time creating more active spaces for people to walk and gather.

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