Heavy Loaded Trucks Begin Using Irang 4-Lane RCC Bridge After Agreement Reached

HY News 01 June, 2024 09:12 pm IST

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Following an agreement reached between the Village Authority of Taobam Village, the District Administration of Noney, and the National Highways and Infrastructure Development Corporation Limited (NHIDCL), heavy loaded trucks have started crossing the non-commissioned 4-lane RCC bridge over the Irang River. This development took place yesterday, ending a standoff that had prevented the use of the newly constructed bridge.

The villagers of Taobam had previously banned the use of the bridge due to grievances over the non-payment for additional land acquired and the lack of construction of an approach road for the affected villagers. The recent agreement has addressed these concerns, allowing for the resumption of bridge usage.

In related news, a 7-wagon goods train carrying 500 metric tonnes of cement, fruit juices, potatoes, and chicken feed arrived at Khongsang train station on May 27. The trucks, which halted overnight at Noney, have now departed for Imphal under a security convoy.

This agreement marks a significant step in improving the transportation infrastructure and logistics in the region, facilitating smoother movement of goods and benefiting local commerce.

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