CHITWAN – Vehicular traffic on the Narayangadh-Muglin road section will be closed for four hours daily from coming December 23. The road will remain closed to chop off a hill on the road side to build a bridge in the Tuin river of the road.
Information Officer of Nagadhunga-Muglin Road Project West Section (Narayangadh-Muglin) Krishna Acharya, shared that the road will be closed from 11:00 am to 3:00 pm every day. In the first phase, the road will be closed for three weeks.
Four of the 19 bridges on that road were built four years ago. Of the remaining 15 bridges some have been completed and some are in the final stage. Eight bridges will be operational within two months and four within a month.
The Khare Bridge will be operational within six months, with only one bridge remaining to be completed. The road is one of the major roads leading to and from the federal capital, with more than 10,000 vehicles traveling every day.