Udupi: Concretisation work to begin near Indrali rail bridge, vehicles diverted from Oct 1

Daijiworld Media Network - Udupi (JD)

Udupi, Sep 28: Vehicles have been diverted for 45 days during the concretisation work of road that has been taken up near the Indrali railway bridge. Heavy vehicles are barred from commuting through the Indrali railway bridge from October 1.

Only two-wheelers, cars, and buses are allowed to commute one way from October 1 for the next 45 days.

Heavy vehicles coming from Udupi are directed to take a left turn in Kalsanka junction and connect to Perampally through Gundibailu - AV Baliga hospital road and then join Coin circle in Manipal.

Heavy vehicles coming from Kundapur are also directed to take Ambagilu - Perampally - Manipal route. Heavy vehicles arriving from Karkala, Hiriyadka should also use Manipal - Perampally - Ambagilu route to connect to Udupi.

This diversion will be effective till November 14, 2022.




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  • Rajesh, Udupi

    Sat, Oct 01 2022

    When will the work start, what will be the quality of work, how long will it last. God only knows. A country which cannot provide basic infrastructure like good roads can never progress.

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  • Shetty, Udupi

    Fri, Sep 30 2022

    God finally repair work is going to start on that stretch. It was a torture to ride on those roads. I stopped my kids classes in manipal as it was too scary to ride my two wheeler on that stretch and towards manipal lake too.

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  • Dr Kusuma Kumari Gunji MBBS DGO, Nellore Kodyadka

    Thu, Sep 29 2022

    This Strech needed repair and I am glad that the government is doing it This was a bottleneck in Udupi Manipal highway

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