Bhubaneswar awarded as Best Smart City from Jury’s category as it has grabbed the number one position in India.
The IT-enabled traffic system called Adaptive Traffic Signal Control System (ATSCS), will be implemented at 58 traffic signals, with Pedestrian Light Controlled Crossing (Pelican) at 14 locations and blinkers at five places.
The CM directed the works department to conduct a feasible study for construction of a fly over and a parallel alternative road on the route.
Odisha, which has 31 per cent forest cover and rich flora and fauna, has immense nature tourism potential. The state is home to 86 species of mammals, 473 bird species and 110 reptile species.
Sources in BSCL said that a common payment card (CPC) will be issued to the citizens by the bank with whom the BSCL will tie up with.
Each trail will cover around 3.5 km. BMC will provide cycles to tourists who will move around different temples and monuments.