PM Gram Sadak Yojana Phase 3 -PMGSY 3rd Phase to revamp 1.25 km of roads

PMGSY Phase III approved by the Central Government in the Pradhan Mantri Gram Sadak Yojana Phase 3, to revive 1.25 km of roads, to promote connectivity of villages with hospitals, schools and markets

Central Government. Has approved the launch of Pradhan Mantri Gram Sadak Yojana Phase 3, which is the flagship rural road program. This PMGSY 3 phase has been approved in the cabinet committee meeting led by PM Narendra Modi. PM Gram Sadak Yojana will promote connectivity of villages with Phase III hospitals, schools and markets. Union Government. 1.25 km of roads in India will be revamped.

Under PM Gram Sadak Yojana Phase 3, 1.25 lakh km of rural roads will be further consolidated by construction of new link roads, revival and widening of existing roads. The duration of this PMGSY Phase III will be 5 years i.e. 2023-25. 97% of all eligible and viable houses are already connected to all weather roads under PMGSY scheme.

PM Village Road Scheme 3 phase

The Cabinet Committee on Economic Affairs (CCEA) chaired by PM Narendra Modi has approved the launch of PM Village Road Scheme Phase 3. This PMGSY 3 phase will have an integrated participation of connecting 1.25 lakh km of existing rural roads to rural agricultural markets, higher secondary schools and also use plastic waste collected during work on these roads under Hospital PMGSY Phase III.

Construction of bridges up to 150 meters in the plains and up to 200 meters in the Himalayan and North Eastern states is proposed under PM Village Road Scheme Phase 3. This is against the existing provisions of 75 meters in the plains and 100 meters in the Himalayas and North Eastern. States. PMGSY will enter into a State Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) before beginning the third phase to provide sufficient funds for the maintenance of roads over a period of five years after construction.

PMGSY III will facilitate easy and fast movement for agricultural markets, schools and hospitals. This phase will also include an estimated cost of Rs. 80,250 crore, which will be shared between the Center and the states in the ratio of 60:40. In the case of 8 North-Eastern and 3 Himalayan states, the ratio of wealth will be 90:10.

The PM Gram Sadak Yojana was launched in December 2000 with the objective of providing single-season road connectivity to eligible unconnected habitations. This includes a population of over 500 in the flat areas and 250 in the northeast, in hilly, tribal and desert areas as per the 2001 census.

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