The Government of Uttar Pradesh has recently approved seven two-lane roads across the state having a total distance of around 400 km. The road projects will be financed by the World Bank and Asian Development Bank (ADB). On completion of these projects, the villages would be connected with the state highways. The projects includes the Mohanlalganj-Morrawan road covering 48 km, 79.42 km long Budaun-Bilsi-Bijnore road, Bulandshahar-Anupnagar road covering 36 km, Muzaffarnagar-Barot road (59 km), Gola-Shahajahanpur road (55.77 km) and Kaptanganj-Narain Nagar and Gauri Bazar-Rudrapur road covering 88 km.
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