The Mithapur Mahuli elevated road is one of the longest flyovers in Bihar. It starts near Ramgovindsingh Mahuli Halt, at NH 83, and traverses over 9 km towards Mithapur.
Around 70% of work has been completed on the 9 km long Mithapur Mahuli elevated road project, which is targeted to be completed by March 2024. Mithapur Mahuli Flyover Road will help to smooth the movement of vehicles and will reduce the journey time from Ramgovindsingh Mahuli Halt to Mithapur.
People commuting from Patna and northwestern Bihar can use the Mithapur Mahuli flyover road to reach the southern end of Patna towards Jehanabad, Gaya, Nawada and other areas in Bihar.
Mithapur Mahuli Elevated Road Project
The elevated road is being constructed by Afcons Infrastructure Limited under a contract awarded by Bihar State Road Development Corporation Limited (BSRDCL). It is being constructed with an estimated cost of Rs 668 crore. The proposal for the ambitious project was passed by the state cabinet in February 2020.
Mithapur Mahuli Elevated Road Work Update
Bihar State Road Development Corporation Limited (BSRDCL) officials said that work is going in the right direction and will get completed within the time limit. Altogether 955 of 1764 spans have been laid under the elevated road project, and another 81 spans are ready to laid. Officials further said that all spans will be laid by December, and the project will be completed by March next year.
Mithapur Mahuli Elevated Road Map
Two vehicle underpasses will be constructed on Mithapur – Mahuli Elevated Road, one near Chanakya National Law University and another between NH 30 and Sipara flyover. Mithapur Mahuli Elevated Road map has been designed in a way so that the maximum area gets to benefit from this. Once the Mithapur Mahuli flyover road is completed, it will improve connectivity on Patna-Gaya, Patna-Biharsharif, Biharsharif-Bakhtiyarpur and Bakhtiyarpur-Patna routes on NH-83, NH-82,, NH-31 and NH-30.
Mithapur Mahuli Elevated Road Design
Mithapur Mahuli Elevated road design is very unique, and it’s the first kind of elevated road under construction in Patna. The best thing about Mithapur Mahuli Flyover Road is that it is built in a small and congested area. The Piller is taking up a small space, and a four-lane road will be built on it.