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Road surface requires renewal coat after a cycle of 4-5 years to prevent deterioration of pavements. Besides due to fast growing road traffic, widening of existing road network also becomes inevitable. The development of road sector is undertaken under various programmes viz; Projectization Plan, NABARD, CRF, ISC, STF and SADP. During 2013-14, a road length of 1376 kms was blacktopped. Similarly, water bound macadam (WBM all grades) was laid on 2354 kms during the said year. However, 875 kms have been blacktopped and WBM (all grades) was laid on 1033 kms during the current financial year ending January, 2015.

SPECIAL BRIDGES PROGRAMME
Construction of bridges is an important component of road connectivity. Presently 520 bridges are under construction in the State at the total estimated cost of Rs. 1180.09 Crore. During 2013-14, an amount of Rs. 59.84 Crore was released under this programme which was spent in full. 39 bridges were completed during the said year which included 24 in Jammu province and 15 in Kashmir province. The allocation for the current financial year is Rs. 50.00 Crore against which an amount of Rs. 23.57 Crore stands already spent ending January 2015. 4 bridges have already been completed during the current financial year.

MECHANICAL ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT
Mechanical Engineering Department Kashmir is mandated to provide road construction and heavy earth-moving machinery and material handling equipments, consultancy services in project designing and execution of varied nature of mechanical works/projects including O&M of HVAC Systems/other mechanical support systems to various Government institutions, providing services in mechanized snow clearance of all black topped roads, besides providing services for relief and rescue operations under disaster management. The details of the road length covered under Snow clearance and Revenue realized from 2009-10 to 2013-14 are given as under:-

Road length covered under Snow clearance and Revenue realized from 2009-10 to 2013-14

S.No

Year

Road length covered under Snow clearance (Kms)

Revenue realized by MED
 (Rs in lacs)

Jammu

Kashmir

Total

Jammu

Kashmir

Total

1

2011-12

105

5400

5505

518.28

460.37

978.65

2

2012-13

108

5680

5788

600.39

436.36

1036.75

3

2013-14

1039

6965

8004

449.00

344.00

793.00

INTER STATE CONNECTIVITY
Presently Bhaderwah Chamba road is sanctioned under Inter State Connectivity at an estimated cost of Rs.73.33 Crore. Ending March, 2014, the expenditure is of the order of Rs. 58.32 Cr. During the current financial year, the Gol has released Rs. 12.00 Cr to the State for the said scheme and the requisite funds are being released by Finance Department shortly. The project is likely to be completed during next financial year viz; 2015-16.

FOUR LANNING OF NATIONAL HIGHWAY
The 4-lanning of National Highway 396 kms from Lakhanpur to Srinagar is being executed by National Highway Authority of India at an estimated cost of Rs.592.47 Crore as part of North South Corridor under National Highway Development Project (NHDP) Phase II. 115 kms have been already completed in six packages in Phase I. The Phase II of Srinagar Jammu section is in progress. In respect of Panthachowk Qazigund, the progress is 31.65% and in case of Qazigund - Banihal tunnel, the progress is 28.24%. In respect of the Chenani Nashri tunnel, progress has improved to 67.02%. In respect of Udhampur Sidhra, it has improved to 94.50%.

DECLARATION OF NEW NATIONAL HIGHWAYS
Ministry of Road Transport & Highways, Govt of India has recently declared the following new National Highways in J&K Sate.

S.No

NH No

Name of the National Highway

1

NH-301

Kargil-Zanskar road

2

NH-701

Baramulla-Rafiabad-Kupwara-Tangdhara road

3

444

The highway starting from its junction with NH-44 near Srinagar connecting Badgam, Pulwama, Shopian, Kulgam and terminating at its junction with new NH No. 44 near Qazigund in the State of J&K.

4

144A

The highway starting from its junction with NH-44 near Jammu connecting Akhnoor, Nowshera, Rajouri and terminating at Poonch in the State of J&K.

5

144

The highway starting from its junction with NH No. 44 Domail connecting Katra, Reasi and terminating at Pouni in the State of J&K.

Out of the aforementioned roads, Ministry of Road Transport & Highways has entrusted NH - 301, NH -444, NH -144 A and Section of NH -144 to State PWD for upgradation and maintenance. In addition to this, old National Highway -1B viz; Batote Kishtwar has also been entrusted to State PWD.

Transport Department
Transport Department consists of three constituents viz Motor Vehicles Department, State Motor Garages and J&K State Road Transport Corporation. Transport problem in J&K State is an acute problem because of its topography and climatic conditions. The National Highway 1A remain effected due to the blockage in the hilly prone area having hinter land. Government is making Efforts to provide adequate infrastructural facilities to the enforcing agencies and also to provide better transport facilities to the general public.

Motor Vehicles Department
Revenue Realization
The Motor Vehicles Department in the year 2013-14 has realized revenue of 133.74 crores against a target of 151.60 crores, and in the current financial year 2014-15, a revenue of Rs. 92.87 crore was realized against a target of 159.00 crore as on ending November-2014. 3.32% growth rate has been recorded in the revenue realization during 2013-14.

Registration of Vehicles
During the current financial year 2014-15 ending November, 2014, the Motor Vehicles Department has registered 77688 vehicles comprising 11138 commercial and 66550 non-commercial vehicles. 8.08% growth rate has been recorded in the registration of Vehicles during 2013-14.

Public and Private Transport
Public and private transport has increased manifolds over the years. As against 523543 vehicles (both public and private) registered in 2006 , the number of vehicles has reached to 1210765 during the year 2014 (ending November 2014) registering an increase of 131%

State Motor Garages Department
a) Overall Scenario of the sector indicating specifically outcomes, besides its critical analysis:-
The State Motor Garages Department is entrusted with the responsibility of providing light transport to the Council of Ministers, State Government functionaries, State Guests including visits of VVIPs, other dignitaries, Parliamentary delegations visiting J&K and for Conferences being held in the State etc. It also provides transport facilities to various agencies connected with the maintenance of law and order, security, and other exigencies.

State Road Transport Corporation
Major Achievements performed by the Corporation during the year are as under:

  • The Corporation with its continued efforts, has achieved operational revenue of Rs. 99.84 crore (2013-14) as against Rs. 89.96 crore (2012-13).
  • With a view to upgrade infrastructure at the JKSRTC yards at Srinagar and Jammu, the Corporation has taken in hand some works through PWD cost of which is to be met out of internal resources.
  • Due to havoc caused by floods in Kashmir valley, almost 200 vehicles of SRTC got inundated and which were speedily repaired and have been made roadworthy almost in full.
  • The Corporation auctioned 111 condemned vehicles and unserviceable stores stock against the proceeds of Rs. 2.44 Crores.
   
     
     
     
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