EFFECTS OF LOCKDOWN IN INDIA-
The second wave of the covid-19 disease has hit India very badly. Many measures were taken by the central and the state government to help curb the spread of the disease. Due to this, the country was put under complete lockdown for the second time. As a result, many ongoing works were stopped, and new works could not be started.
RESUMING THE WORK-
Now, as the disease has come under control, and the unlocking has been initiated in the country, the life of people has slowly become normal. The works that were previously paused are now resumed.
- It is recently announced that the Love Grove Flyover in Worli, Mumbai will be repaired and reconstructed.
- It was not possible to repair the flyover before due to the spread of the covid. But now, as the spread is under control, the repair work is approved.
- The traffic is normally very heavy in Mumbai, and as the unlocking is progressing, the number of people on roads is increasing rapidly.
- Now, with the repair work that will start, the local people in Worli will need to face a little trouble.
REPAIRING OF THE FLYOVER IN WORLI-
- The Love Grove Flyover that is located in Dr. Annie Besant Road will be affected for six days that will fall between the 3rd of July 2021 to the 7th of August 2021.
- Bearing substitute will be carried out on the flyover by the Maharashtra State Road Development Corporation Limited (MSRDC) beginning Saturday.
- The flyover will be closed on the following days- July 3, July 10, July 17, July 24, July 31, and August 7 to perform the restoration work.
- DCP (Central Traffic) Nandkumar Thakur said in an interview that the decision of closing the flyover was taken to avoid any mishaps, inconvenience, and accidents that the public might face.
RELEASE OF A NOTICE REGARDING THE REPAIR OF THE FLYOVER-
- The order has been issued beneath the Motor Vehicle Act part 115 (Power to prohibit the usage of autos).
- The notice that was released mentioned about interval, the vehicular site visitors on the mentioned street shall proceed straight via the North Bound street and shall be regularized beneath the flyover on Dr. Annie Besant Road in Worli.
- The challenge undertaken by the MSRDC will restore the 680 meters lengthy and 8-meter vast flyover.