4-feet hole appears on Gurugram flyover built last year

The Hush Post|11:50am| 1-min-read
A four-feet wide hole appeared at the Rampura flyover on Delhi-Jaipur Highway in Gurgaon on Monday. The flyover was opened last year by the National Highway Authority of India (NHAI). The flyover is between Kherki Daula toll plaza and IMT Manesar. It is located 15 kilometre away from Gurugram’s Rajiv Chowk. It was built to ease traffic congestion on the road leading to Manesar.
“We received information about a hole surfacing on the Rampura flyover around 5 am. Subsequently, road safety staff rushed to the spot and blocked the road,” Anil Kumar, road safety officer of NHAI, told NDTV.
As the hole appeared in the middle of the flyover, it affected traffic movement between Jaipur and Delhi.
“The matter has been informed to higher authorities and repairing will start soon,” he added.
The traffic movement has been partially diverted. Service lanes are being used to provide some relief to commuters.

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