After preparing the Master Plan with the help of Singapore in the first year and successfully ensuring land pooling in the second year and building temporary administrative building, The development of Andhra Pradesh’s new capital Amaravati entered into Execution phase.
Andhra Pradesh Capital Region Development Authority has tendered out laying the Seed Access Road connecting Vijayawada . The road connectivity now being laid will open up the city.
A funding of $2.2 billion from World Bank and HUDCO, APCRDA will be used in creating infrastructure. The city is designed to accommodate 35 million populations and also promises to provide 3.13 million jobs by 2035.
The government complex will come up on 1,400 acres and comprise the Raj Bhavan, the High Court, the legislature, the secretariat, the Chief Minister’s bungalow, houses of ministers and other officials.