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By Our Reporter
SHILLONG: After a delay of more than 20 years, the ongoing work on the Shillong Bypass is making a healthy progress.
Indicating this here on Thursday, an NHAI official said, “The project has achieved a physical progress of 46 per cent.”
The work will slow down once the rainy season starts.
According to the NHAI official, the land acquisition process for the project has been streamlined.
“Around ninety percent of the land acquisition has been completed and now the NHAI is seeking additional land,” the official said.
It may be mentioned that the 47.06 kilometer Shillong Bypass will start from Barapani in Ri Bhoi district and will end at National Highway 44 at Mawryngkneng in East Khasi Hills district.