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As per the Nagpur plan the un-surfaced roads were meant for
The Nagpur plan classified the roads into two categories, category one was meant for national highway, state highway and major district road. The un-surfaced roads were meant for other district roads and village roads.
The total length of the first category roads was calculated by adding up the sum of
The category one type of roads consisted of national highway, state highway and major district roads. The length was calculated by adding all the three types of roads.
What was the development allowance assumed in the Nagpur plan?
The development allowance was assumed as 15% and in this plan the length of the railway track also was deducted, this was not like the previous 20 year plan.
During the development of the roads maximum priority is given to which type of road?
The maximum priority during construction of any road is given to national highway as they connect across length and breadth of the entire country.
The total length of highways in 2001 in km was
The total length of NH achieved in 2001 was 5700km against a planned length of 66000km.
The total area of a state is 2500km .calculate the length of MDR
Length of MDR=Area of the state/12.5=2500/12.5=200km.
The tertiary road system consists of
As per the 2nd 20 year road development plan the primary system consist of national highway and state highway. The secondary system consists of state highway .the tertiary system consists of other district road and village road.
The ‘rural road development plan: Vision 2025’ aims to provide basic access to villages in how many phases?
The Vision: 2025 aims at providing accessible facilities to villages in 3 phases by giving priority to the population in the village.
Expressways should be constructed along
Expressways should be constructed along major traffic corridors for convenience of passengers to travel safely and comfortably.
The maximum number of cities and towns are connected by which type of highway
The national highway connects most of the cities and towns in the country.
State highway connects in the state, village road in villages and other roads connect the remote areas.