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Blue Print 2003

LUCKNOW

Famous for its atrocacy Lucknow has always been the center of attraction since ages. Town is famous for chicken work through out the world. The history of planned development of Lucknow is more than 300 years old. Being a State capital, Lucknow has always been flooded with socio-economic, cultural activities. The population of Lucknow was 16.69 lacs in the year 1991 which increased to 22.67 lacs in 2001. This rapid increase in population has created a severe pressure on urban infrastrutural facilities. To meet out the requirement population, Lucknow Development Authority and U.P. Housing and Development Board has launched many schemes but much more is required to be done.

Projects Completed in Blue Print 2001-02

  • Improvement of Wazirganj Drain
  • Roads Improvement in Aliganj Area
  • Rehabilitation of shopkeepers displaced from Subhash Marg
  • Electrification work in Janakipuram.
  • Water supply projects in Niralanagar.
  • Road Improvement from Kursi Road to University.
  • Sewer Line in Ghasiarimandi
  • Road Improvement from Viram Khand, Gomtinagar to Ring Road

Implementing Agencies

  • Development Authority
  • Nagar Nigam
  • Jal Nigam
  • Jal Sansthan
  • DUDA
  • P.W.D.
  • P.W.D (N.H.)
  • U.P.Housing & Development Board

Projects Included in Blue Print 2002-03

  • Construction of 1100 Ashray Houses.
  • Construction of Electrics Sub-stations in Gomtinagar and Janakipuram.
  • Construction of Main Drain of Sharda Nagar
  • Improvement of 24 MT wide Roads of Indiranagar.
  • Construction of 15 New Tube wells.
  • Improvement of Kanpur-Hardoi Ring Roads.
  • Widening of Lucknow-Bijnor Road.
  • Widening upto 4-lane of ring road N.H.-24A
  • Construction of O.H.T. in Gomtinagar and Janakipuram.
Cost of Projects : 160.48 crores

 

RAIBAREILLY

Raja Baldeo constructed a fort along Sai Nadi around Fifteen hundred years ago. In 1401 Ibrahim Shah of Jounpur constructed a fort and masjid and British after 1857 established a civil line area in this town. After independent the Indian Telephone Industry, Indo-Gulf Fertilizer and Textiles Mills were established. The town is also known as agricultural center near Central U.P. The population of this town was 1.3 lacks in the year 1991, which increase to 1.69 lacks in 2001.

Implementing Agencies

  • Development Authority
  • Nagar Nigam
  • Jal Nigam
  • DUDA

 

Major Projects included in Blue Print 2002-03

  • Construction of Sumpwell
  • Construction of Sewer line and Treatment plant
  • Construction of OHT and Water line
  • Construction and Improvement of Roads
  • Hand Pumps in Slum areas
  • Construction of Park
  • Construction of Public Meeting Hall
  • Construction of Community center and "Dhaobi Ghat"
  • Laying of C.I.D.F. pipe line
Cost of Projects : 81.92 crores

 

ALLAHABAD

Kumbh Nagari Allahabad is famous as religious and meditation centre from ancient history period. The town is situated along river Yamuna. Emperor Akbhar constructed a fort named " Allahwas " which in due course of time converted to Allahabad. The town is specially recognised for its 6th and12th year Kumbh Mela. After 1857 this town was declared as the capital of U.P. by Britishers who developed civil line areas for their residential purposes. The population of Allahabad was 8.45 lacs in the year 1991 which increased to 22.67 lacs in 2001.

Major Projects completed in Blue Print 2001-02

  • The Development Works of Dwarika Gokul Sector.
  • Construction of OHT in Shantipuram.
  • Highmast lighting in 22 crossings.
  • Construction of Parking in Moti park.
  • Uttraula-Faizabad-Allahabad Road Improvement.
  • Road widening from Mahadev Temple to Naini Bridge.
  • 4000 lines New Telephone Exchanges.

  • Road widening from Rajruppar to Jhalwa Road.

Implementing Agencies

  • Development Authority
  • Nagar Nigam
  • Jal Sansthan
  • DUDA
  • P.W.D.
  • P.W.D (N.H.)

  • U.P.Housing & Development Board
  • Indian Railways
  • Telecommunication Deptt.

Major Projects included in Blue Print 2002-03

  • Development of "UPVAN" religious place.
  • Construction of STP upto Shantipuram.
  • Construction of Water Sports Complex.
  • Construction of 12 New Tube Wells.
  • Construction of 5000 lines Head Exchange in T.P. Nagar
  • Construction of 33 KVA EUDC.

  • 4 lane widening of NH-2 at Bamrauli
  • Improvement of Allahabad Railway Station.
Cost of Projects : 52.45 crores

 

KANPUR

The Industrial Captial of Uttar Pradesh Kanpur is situated along Ganga River. The town is also known as ( Manchester) of North India because rapid growth of cloth Mills alongwith other Industries. Kanpur is the largest town of Uttar Pradesh and the population of Kanpur was 20.30 lacs in the year 1991 which increased to 26.90 lacs in 2001. The rapid urbanisation and being a center of regional economic activities, this town developed in a very unplanned manner. The rapid increase in population has created a tremendous pressure on infrastructural facilities. To improve the infrastructural facilities, improvement of traffic and transportation and to rehabilitate the Industries the Blue Print is drawn.

Major Projects completed in Blue Print 2001-02

  • Construction of Road and Drain from Chakeri Thana to Jajmau crossing.
  • Construction of community centre and road along canal.
  • Construction of houses for houseless in Todakpur
  • Construction of Ashraye Bhawan in Balikapurwa.
  • Construction of C.C. Roads in different slum areas.
  • 3 New Tube Wells and 7 reboring works.
  • Road repair from Thana Bajkiea to Gora Grave yard.

Implementing Agencies

  • Development Authority
  • Nagar Nigam
  • Jal Nigam
  • Jal sansthan
  • DUDA
  • P.W.D.
  • U.P.Housing & Development Board

Major Projects included in Blue Print 2002-03

  • Construction of Railway Over bridge near Medical College
  • Construction of Drain in Swarn Jyanti Vihar
  • Construction of S.W. Drains in Ashok Vihar.
  • Construction of "Rainbasera" in Canal Pattri Sabzi Mandi
  • Laying of Sewer Line along Code Nalla
  • Construction of New Tube wells.
  • Construction of Community Latrines in South Kanpur.
  • Construction of Tempo Stands in different areas.
  • Construction of Road and Drain from Gumti no.9 to Rawatpura
  • Widening of Vithur Marg.
Cost of Projects : 71.40 crores

 

GHAZIABAD

The Ghaziabad as entrance gate to National Capital Delhi is a rapid developing Industrial town. After paritition in 1947 a large number of traders, industralists etc. came here as refugees which become the root cause of Industrial Development in this town. Nearness to Delhi is a another reason of population pressure.The population of Ghaziabad was 5.12 lacs in the year 1991 which increased to 9.69 lacs in 2001. To check the unplanned development in National Capital Delhi, the NCR Plan was envisaged and accordingly the growth of Ghaziabad is designed for infrastructure and other facilities.

Major Projects completed in Blue Print 2001-02

  • Construction of Shaheed Nagar Drain.
  • Construction of remaining sewer works in Vaishali Scheme.
  • Construction of Roads in Pratapnagar.
  • Widening of Ambedkar Road
  • Construction of drains and kharanja in 15 slums areas.
  • Construction of pumping stations and pumps.
  • Widening of line crossing at Hapur by-pass.
  • Laying of main sewer line.

Implementing Agencies

  • Development Authority
  • Nagar Nigam
  • DUDA
  • P.W.D.

  • U.P.Housing & Development Board
  • Indian Railways
  • Telecommunication Deptt.
  • U.P.S.I.D.C

Major Projects included in Blue Print 2002-03

  • Construction of Syphon
  • Construction of bridge at Hindon cut.
  • Construction of Telephone Exchanges in Shipra City and Tronika
  • Roads improvement in Vaishali Scheme
  • Construction of 4-lane two bridges on Hindon cut.
  • Construction of Sewer line from Gagan Vihar to Shalimar Garden.
  • Construction of Roads in Hastinapuram
  • Reboring of old TWS
  • Plantation on Nagar Nigam land.
Cost of Projects : 73.73 crores

 

MEERUT

Meerut is very important from historic, geographic and economic point of view . The town is specially famous for scissors, handlooms and sports goods and also have strong agricultural base. The construction of Airstripp has brought this town in National Air Traffic Map, thereby further increasing its importence. The population of Meerut was 8.50 lacs in the year 1991 which increased to 11.67 lacs in 2001.There is a heavy pressure on infrastructural facilities because of population increase due to nearness of Delhi. Therefore a Blue Print

Major Projects completed in Blue Print 2001-02

  • Construction of OHT in Shatabdi Nagar and Tarapuri Rashid Nagar
  • Kishanpuri Road Improvement
  • Widening of Road from Glass Bridge to Fatehullahapur
  • Construction of Roads in Shastrinagar Scheme.
  • Construction and widening of Roads in Mahadevpuram scheme.
  • Construction of 33 KVA sub-station in Shastrinagar
  • Construction of 135 site and services in Shatabdinagar

Implementing Agencies

  • Development Authority
  • Nagar Nigam
  • Jal Nigam
  • DUDA
  • U.P.Housing & Development Board
  • UP Power Corporation

Major Projects included in Blue Print 2002-03

  • Construction of Electric sub-stations in Ganga nagar and Shatabdi Nagar.
  • Construction of sewerage branch lines.
  • Improvement of sewerage pumping stations
  • Construction of OTC in Jail Road and Zakir Colony.
  • Construction of 4 New Tube wells, 2 OHT and 10 Km pipe line.
  • Construction of drains and kharanja in shakhpura and Mohdpur
  • Construction of 33 KVA sub-station in Transport Nagar, Mohanpuri and Vikaspuri.
Cost of Projects : 23.51 crores

 

ALIGARH

Aligarh is situated on Ganga-Yamuna doab and is famous for locks. Production of Locks is the major small scale Industry and around 80% of country’s lock production units are working in this town. Aligarh is a major Industrial and Trade Centre due to the geographical locations and conditions, the town is situationed on high and low grounds. Aligarh Muslim University has a special place for high Education in the country. Electrical Machinery, door fittings and statues are other important productions of this town. The population of Aligarh was 4.80 lacs in the year 1991 which increased to 6.68 lacs in 2001.

Major Projects completed in Blue Print 2001-02

  • Construction of C.C. Roads in Vishnupuri
  • Construction of C.C. Roads from Paidab Marg to G.T. Road.
  • Construction of C.C. Roads authority campus to medical road.
  • Road Improvement in Industrial State.
  • Diverson of Ramghat Sewers

Implementing Agencies

  • Development Authority
  • Nagar Nigam
  • Jal Nigam
  • DUDA
  • P.W.D.

 

Major Projects included in Blue Print 2002-03

  • Construction of drains in Naurangabad Ravan Tilla and Gullar Road.
  • Construction of Commercial Complex upto Gullar Road
  • Construction of Main drain in Swarn Jyanti Nagar.
  • Cleaning of sewer lines of the city.
  • Construction of C.C. Roads from Jail Road to Shamshad Market.
  • Expansion of Street lights on Route Number 1, 2 and 3
  • Construction of 33 KVA sub-stations for SJ Nagar Scheme,.
  • Reorganization of Water Supply System.

Cost of Projects : 30.59 crores

 

SAHARANPUR

Saharanpur is situated on Ganga-Yamuna Doab and is very famous for wooden work carvings. The Industrilisation was started by the end of 19th centuary and Cigratte Factories, Paper Mills and Cloth Mills were established here. Saharanpur is a major junction of North Broad gauge Railway Line. The town is known as trade centre, industrial and service centre. The population of Saharanpur was 3.75lacs in the year 1991 which increased to 4.53 lacs in 2001.

Major Projects completed in Blue Print 2001-02

  • Ansari Road Improvement.
  • Road Improvement in front of Jamma Masjid
  • Road Improvement from Nehru Market to Bhagatsingh Chowk.
  • Improvement of Water Pipe lines.
  • Construction of drain and kharanja from Namdev School to Numaish camp.
  • Construction of out fall sewer
  • Construction of additional sumpwell.

Implementing Agencies

  • Development Authority
  • Nagar Nigam
  • Jal Nigam
  • DUDA
  • UP Power Corporation

Major Projects included in Blue Print 2002-03

  • Bumanji road Improvement
  • Construction of roads in regularised colonies.
  • Construction of drain along Jain College Road.
  • Construction of five new tube wells.
  • Road improvement from Gole Kothi to J.B.S. School.
  • Organising fire safety system

  • Construction of 33 KVA sub-station in Jublee park.
Cost of Projects : 11.21 crores

 

MUZAFFARNAGAR

Muzaffarnagar is the second largest distrist of Saharanpur Mandal. The town is connected with Meerut and Roorkee by NH-28, with Shamli and Bijnor by State Highway-12. Muzaffarnagar is an important Railway station between Delhi – Dehradun. The area of this town is 2.41 sq km and the population of Saharanpur was 2.48 lacs in the year 1991 which increased to 3.31 lacs in 2001.

Major Projects completed in Blue Print 2001-02

  • Construction of OHT in Purkaji
  • Construction of Tube wells and distribution in Khatouli
  • Construction of drain and Pattri in Ram Nagar
  • Construction of tube Wells
  • Construction of Hand Pumps

Implementing Agencies

  • Development Authority
  • Nagar Nigam
  • Jal Nigam
  • DUDA
  • U.P.Housing & Development Board
  • PWD

  • UP Power Corporation

Major Projects included in Blue Print 2002-03

  • Improvement of Station Road
  • Development of approach road to Dumping ground
  • Construction of Commercial complex
  • Construction of Drain & CC roads Moh. Khail
  • Construction of Water Storage project
  • Construction of Tube Wells in Jhinjhana
  • Widening of D.N. road

  • Construction of 33 K.V.A electric sub station in Numaish compound and Jansath road
Cost of Projects : 18.58 crores

 

VARANASI

Varanasi situated along Ganga river, is a religious, cultural and art center for various communities since ancient times. It was also known as cultural capital of India. The temples, Kund, Ghat, Mut, Churches, Guruduara, Masjid and the narrow lanes have their own importance. Varanasi sarees, metal art pieces, utensils, toys, are known in the world. Varanasi is the third largest town of U.P. next to Kanpur and Lucknow. Primarily a trade cum industrial center having a special place for small scale textiles industries. The population of this town was 10.31 lacks in the year 1991, which increase to 12.12 lacks in 2001.

Implementing Agencies

  • Development Authority
  • Nagar Nigam
  • Jal Nigam
  • DUDA
  • P.W.D.
  • P.W.D (N.H.)
  • Indian Railway

Major Projects included in Blue Print 2002-03

  • Beautification of Beniyabagh
  • Construction of STP in Lalpur
  • Construction of Varanasi Entrance Gate from National Highway
  • Street Lighting from Babatpur Airport to UP College
  • Improvement of water pipe lines in Rampura and Chowk zone
  • Improvement of Road from Cant area to Lanka

  • Construction of Fly-Over at Kjakpur
  • Construction of Bridge on Gomti river at Nyarghat
Cost of Projects : 63.99 crores

 

HAPUR-PILKHUA

Hapur ia a major mandi town in NCR area of western Uttar Pradesh. The town is famous for its ‘papar’, though some other industries have also came up. Pilkhua is a famous for its handloom made bed sheets. To check the population migration towards Delhi, this town has been selected under NCR and accordingly planned development is carried out. The population of this town was 1.96lacks in the year 1991, which increase to 2.79 lacks in 2001.

Implementing Agencies

  • Development Authority
  • Nagar Nigam
  • DUDA
  • P.W.D (N.H.)
  • Indian Railway
  • U.P. Power Corporation

 

Major Projects included in Blue Print 2002-03

  • Construction of 30 tm. Wide Road from Acheja at Delhi road to S.S.V.College
  • Construction of 30 tm. Wide Road from Health cnter, Anad Vihar scheme to Bulandshahr road
  • Construction of 30 tm. Wide Road from Proposed Bus stand to Modi road
  • Construction of 30 tm. Wide Road from Railway station to Meerut road
  • Improvement of Cercular Road from Old chungi to New chungi
  • Construction of Community center on hapur road

  • Construction of 33 KVA Electric sub-stations in Chandi Mandir, Pilkhuwa and Achheja
Cost of Projects : 19.08 crores

 

AGRA

Agra is famous as Taj Nagri in the whole world due to its Taj Mahal and holds an important place in world tourist map. Although the history of Agra is very old but it gained its importance after Mughals made it their capital. The town was primarily know for its stone carving, Zari and Zardozi works. Around 22 lacks tourists visits this town every year from all over the world. Traffic and transportation are the major concern in the planning of Agra city. The population of this town was 9.48 lacks in the year 1991, which increase to 13.21 lacks in 2001.

 

Implementing Agencies

  • Development Authority
  • Nagar Nigam
  • Jal Nigam
  • DUDA
  • P.W.D.
  • U.P.Housing & Development Board

Major Projects included in Blue Print 2002-03

  • Construction of Link road from Shamsabad road to Fatehabad road in Taj Nagri Phase-2
  • Construction of 125 ft. wide MP road from Shamsabad to Fatehabad
  • Construction of many new Roads in Agra city
  • Street lightings on the roads of city
  • Agra Sewerage scheme
  • Agra Drainage scheme
  • Widening of road from Bijli house Old mandi crossing via agra Fort

  • Construction of Drain from Police lines to Kanskhar
Cost of Projects : 130.83 crores

 

KHURJA-BULANDSHAHR

Bulandshahr is situated along Cali river and is a important town of National Capital Region. The town is very densely populated. Khurja is known for pottery industries in whole world. The wholesale trade of Ghee and cereals are other important activities of this town. The town has been developing as regional centre in NCR area. The population of this town was 2.08 lacks in the year 1991, which increase to 2.75 lacks in 2001.

Major Projects completed in Blue Print 2001-02

  • Construction of 2000 k.lt. capacity O.H.T
  • Beautification of Khurja gate in Sikandrabad
  • Construction of CC Road in Ghasiyawara, Sikandarabad
  • Construction of CC Road near Durga Temple and Moh. Ahirpara
  • Construction of Drain along Bulandshahr By-pass

  • Construction / Upgradation of 11kva sub-station in Bulandshahr

Implementing Agencies

  • Development Authority
  • Nagar Nigam
  • Jal Nigam
  • DUDA
  • P.W.D.
  • U.P. Power Corporation

Major Projects included in Blue Print 2002-03

  • Construction of Roads in different parts
  • Construction of Roads from Awas Vikas colony park to Shivam Lodge
  • Construction of OHT in Khurja area-Ist phase
  • Construction of road from Shaheed chowk to Dipti ganj Police station
  • Construction 4 new Electric sub-stations in Khurja-Bulandshahr
  • Construction of different Roads Bulandshahr

  • Beautification of Shaheed chowk and Bhoor Chowk
Cost of Projects : 6.03 crores

 

UNNAO-SHUKLAGANJ

Unnao is medieval town situated along NH-25 and SH-38 has been developed as a sub-town of Kanpur Metropolitan. Geographically it is located between Lucknow and Kanpur, which was the root cause of population blast in this town. The disposal of drainage is one of the major problem of this town. The population of this town was 1.58 lacks in the year 1991, which increase to 2.75 lacks in 2001.

Implementing Agencies

  • Development Authority
  • Nagar Nigam
  • Jal Nigam
  • DUDA
  • P.W.D.

Major Projects included in Blue Print 2002-03

  • Improvement of Roads in P.D.Nagar
  • Construction of 50 "Ashray Houses" in P.D.Nagar
  • Construction of OHT and Tubewell in P.D.Nagar
  • Construction of Drain from Civil lines to Jail Drain
  • Construction of New Tubewells in Civil lines and Vegetable market

  • Improvement of Roads in different parts of the town

Cost of Projects : 8.29 crores

 

 

MATHURA-VRINDAVAN

Muthura is an ancient town, important town for cultural and religious activities. The town is famous for its Holi festival. It has got 18k.m. long parikrama marg. Vrindawan is a small town, surrounded from three sides by river Yamuna. Mathura has 18 km long "Parikrama marg". On an average, around 4 lacks pilgrims visits this town daily, therefore apart from tourism other trades are limited. The population of this town was 2.84 lacks in the year 1991, which increase to 3.76 lacks in 2001.

Implementing Agencies

  • Development Authority
  • Nagar Nigam
  • Jal Nigam
  • DUDA
  • P.W.D.
  • U.P.Housing & Development Board

Major Projects included in Blue Print 2002-03

  • Construction of "Janam Bhumi" Road
  • Construction of CC Road in Dalu Gali and Mandi Ramdas
  • Construction of maternity house in Vrindavan
  • Construction of Drains, Roads and hand pumpes in Nagla Bhutnathpuram and Narain puri slum areas
  • Construction of Yamuna river approach road in Vrindavan
  • Construction of "Parikrama marg" in Vrindavan

  • Construction of Resting places on "Govardhan Parikrama marg"

Cost of Projects : 19.06 crores

 

MORADABAD

Moradabad is famous for brass utensils and show pieces , since ages not only in India but in other countries also. The Export of Brass utensils, earns a substantial foreign currency. The town is located on National Highway-24 and is a trade and administrative center. The population of this town was 4.44 lacks in the year 1991, which increase to 6.41 lacks in 2001. The extreme pressure of traffic and poor drainage are some of the major problems of the town due to which most of the time in a year the roads are damage.

Implementing Agencies

  • Development Authority
  • Nagar Nigam
  • Jal Nigam
  • DUDA
  • U.P.Housing & Development Board

 

Major Projects included in Blue Print 2002-03

  • Construction of Roads & Drains in front of Shaidabad colony
  • Construction of Railway Over-Bridge at Kapoor colony
  • Construction of Drains for Naveen nagar & Deendyal schemes
  • Widening of N.H.24 from Loc shed to Sambhal crossing
  • Construction of Embankment along Gagan river

  • Construction of OHT in Chandra nagar Railway colony
  • Construction of Drains Ram Ganga vihar-2nd scheme
  • Improvement & widening of road from Sambhal crossing to Prabhat Market
Cost of Projects : 16.16 crores

 

AYODHYA-FAIZABAD

The Ayodhya-Faizabad is an Important cultural and religious town of the India. Faizabad was the capital of Awadh and was flourished during British rule. The population of Faizabad was 1.77 lacks in 1991, which increased to 2.08 lacks during 2001. Due to a heavy traffic of pilgrims, there has always been a pressure on infrastructure facilities of this town and to meet out the demand, blue print 2002-03 has been envisaged.

Major Projects completed in Blue Print 2001-02

  • Construction of roads In Transport Nagar
  • Construction of Drains along internal roads of Ayodhya
  • Construction of Major Drains in Awadhpuri schema
  • Construction of Roads from Tehsil to Gadrhopur parikrma marg
  • Construction of Roads from fish market to parikrama marg

  • Construction of Roads & Drains from Ayodhya Bus stand to Amawan temlpe

Implementing Agencies

  • Development Authority
  • Nagar Nigam
  • Jal Nigam
  • DUDA
  • P.W.D.
  • U.P. Power Corporation

Major Projects included in Blue Print 2002-03

  • Construction of water supply work in Kushalpuri scheme
  • Construction of
  • Development works of Suraj Kund
  • Construction of CC roads and drains in Jalwanpura rising slum area
  • Construction of Storm water drains in Ayodhya
  • Widening of roads in Ayodhta

  • Construction of Electric line from Niyawan to Darshan nagar

  • Reorganisation of Sewerage project in Ayodhya phase-1A
Cost of Projects : 10.69 crores