The Authority is leaving no stone unturned to meet the June 15 deadline set by the UP Chief Minister for the purpose.
Noida Authority is leaving no stone unturned to repair the potholes in the city by June 15, the deadline set by Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath for completing the work.
An engineer with the Authority told City Spidey that the Authority has repaired 70 per cent of the potholes on roads across the city and the rest would be completed soon.
The total length of all big and small roads in Noida is 1,074.2 km, of which 70 kilometres comprises of internal and main roads that are full of potholes. The Authority has managed to repair potholes on 47 km of the roads.
Amit Mohan Prasad, chief executive officer, Noida Authority, told City Spidey, “My team will definitely meet the deadline.”
The Authority had created the Twitter handle @noida_authority and the hashtag #TagAPotHole so that residents can post pictures of potholes with the location for immediate action.