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Kaniz Fatema, a local resident of Kalyanpur area, while talking to this correspondent said that Rajdhani Unnayna Kartripakkha (RAUK) and Dhaka City Corporation (DCC) should take initiatives to widen Kalyanpur Main Road and the inner roads.
That includes $24 million to widen the Twin Bridges area -- 146th to 165th streets east -- from two lanes to four, said Abdi Saghafi, a Caltrans senior engineer.
Simi Valley City Councilman Glen Becerra said he's talked with Caltrans about the need to widen the 118, which he called vital for the community.
There is no merit in continually swallowing up our countryside to widen motorways when there is no long term gain.
Sir, - Transport Minister David Jamieson tells us (Post, Mar 28) he must widen the M6 in Staffordshire because it is 'severely congested'.
5 million cost of widening the boulevard's intersection with Sierra Highway, which is part of a city plan to widen the boulevard to six lanes east of the Antelope Valley Freeway for 3 1/2 miles.
It is also partly because the sections of the M25 to be widened include the route from Heathrow to Gatwick airports and there are powerful commercial interests involved in persuading Ministers of the need to widen the road to help their businesses.
Midlantic will construct a new 12-foot-wide lane in each direction and widen shoulders on both sides of the highway, he said.
8 million project to widen a section of Highway 138 between Longview Road and 146th Street East, the first in a series of projects aimed at improving a route dubbed ``Blood Alley.
8 million project to widen Highway 138 from two to four lanes between Longview Road and 146th Street East.