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Bhubaneswar Municipal Corporation has come up with an all new one-time parking fee facility

Bhubaneswar:30/12/17; Good news for city denizens as the Bhubaneswar Municipal Corporation (BMC) has come up with an all new one-time parking fee facility to reduce traffic problems and provide hassle free vehicle parking experience to the people. Users can avail the parking facility at any one of the newly identified five parking slots.

BMC has identified five parking areas where people can park their vehicles by paying a one-time fee which will be valid for two hours. People can park as many times as they require within the time limit. The areas identified are Janpath, Sishu Bhawan square to Sriya square, and from Sriya square to Vani Vihar square, Unit 1market to Kalpana square, Sum hospital square to Nayapalli and Chandrasekharpur to Swosti Premium. BMC Mayor Ananta Narayan Jena said the cost of the project is around Rs 4 crore and the administration will very soon call for a tender in this regard.

This apart discussions on other issues were also held during a meeting today. Speaking in this connection, the Mayor said, preparation of the DPR on the developmental works of Bindusagar lake near Lingaraj temple is almost over. “The water supply to the lake will be brought from Daya river and identification of different spots for various ritual activities at the lake has also been finalised,”

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