Pune District’s first two-tier flyover at Nashik Phata- an
Engineering Marvel!
The work of the much-talked about and anti...
Second Level:
One way- Pune to Nashik
9.30 meters (two lane): width
11,000 meters: length
20 meters: height
3 ramps for pe...
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Nashik phata Flyover, The first Two tier flyover in Pune

The work of the much-talked about and anticipated, Maharashtra’s first ever two-tier flyover at Nashik Phata is complete. The flyover Nashik Phata in Pimpri-Chinchwad is the first multi-layered flyover in the district. The critical junction in Kasarwadi where two major highways Pune-Nashik Highway and Mumbai Pune Highway meet – is where the most anticipated flyover has got constructed. The uniqueness of the project is it crosses two national highways — NH 4 and NH 15 and the river, railway bridge
Published on: Mar 3, 2016
Published in: Real Estate      
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  • 1. Pune District’s first two-tier flyover at Nashik Phata- an Engineering Marvel! The work of the much-talked about and anticipated, Maharashtra’s first ever two-tier flyover at Nashik Phata is complete. The flyover Nashik Phata in Pimpri-Chinchwad is the first multi-layered flyover in the district. The critical junction in Kasarwadi where two major highways Pune-Nashik Highway and Mumbai Pune Highway meet – is where the most anticipated flyover has got constructed. The uniqueness of the project is it crosses two national highways — NH 4 and NH 15 and the river, railway bridge. While the Nashik highway has been widened to 42 meters, the Mumbai-Pune highway has been widened to 61 meters. Unidirectional two lane traffic would be followed on the upper flyover for the commuters travelling from Pune to Nashik without any signals or halts. The road is 9.5m wide, 913m long with 20m highest point from ground level. People travelling from Bhosari to Sangvi, Pimple Saudagar, Pimple Gurav and Wakad will use the lower flyover. This flyover is a two way traffic road that runs over the Mumbai Pune Highway, Pune Mumbai Railway Line and Pavana River. With two lanes and a footpath, the road comes with the total width of 30.6m and length of 1.09km. Permission from the Railways as well as from the Union ministry of surface transport was needed for the construction. Initially the project was to be implemented under the Union governments Jawaharlal Nehru National Urban Renewal Mission (JNNURM). Later the World Bank (WB) approved the loan for the construction of the Empire Estate flyover as well as the Nashik Phata flyover. So The flyover is built partly from JNNURM funds and partly from the WB loan. Earlier MSRDC had planned a simple flyover at Nashik Phata chowk, but after studying the topography and traffic conditions at chowk, a decision was made taken to link the Pune-Mumbai expressway to the Pune-Mumbai highway and the Pune-Nashik highway. About the structure Rs103.50 crore: Cost of the project Architecture Design: Consulting Engineering Services Pvt Ltd Project Funded By: World Bank and JNURM Developer : BG Shirke and VM Mistry First Level: Twin flyovers from Bhosari to Wakad 15.30 meters: width 1,100.20 meters: length 6 meters: height of the chowk Dedicated lane for BRTS, motor- vehicle, cycle track, footpath
  • 2. Second Level: One way- Pune to Nashik 9.30 meters (two lane): width 11,000 meters: length 20 meters: height 3 ramps for pedestrians The bridge will do what was once considered improbable — connect the IT and industrial hub of Pimpri Chinchwad. The flyover will also connect the newly well-developed residential suburbs and two major highways NH-4 and NH-15.

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