BMC Plans To Concretise Roads To Avoid Potholes; Proposes A Plan Worth ₹176.52 Crore

The concretisation of roads will be carried out in phases and roads in Grant Road, Worli, Byculla and Sion will be given top priority as they have received the maximum number of complaints from these areas.

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Mumbai monsoons have always been synonymous with potholes, even though the pothole problem arises every year, there really hasn't been any concrete solution for it.  

Despite 17,200 complaints about potholes that have been registered in the BMC App, recently, the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation's (BMC) Standing Committee Chairman Yashwant Jadhav claimed that there are no potholes in the city. 

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In a recent meeting, the BMC has come up with a plan to concretise Mumbai's various roads in order to avoid potholes. The plan will cost a whopping ₹176.52 crore and is all set to start after the monsoon. The engineers at BMC stated that currently SV Road in western suburbs and P D'Mello Road in South Mumbai have never received any complaints related to potholes as it is concretised. 

The concretisation of roads will be carried out in phases and roads in Grant Road, Worli, Byculla and Sion will be given top priority as they have received the maximum number of complaints from these areas. 

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