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Vrindavan to have multi-level parking facilities

Multi-level parking facilities will soon be provided in Vrindavan to ease out pilgrimage in the city.

The parking facility will be able to accommodate more than 600 vehicles, thus easing out the existing parking problems in the city.

The Mathura Vrindavan Development Authority (MVDA) has drawn up a project for construction of a four storey multi-level parking and proposes to spend around Rs 17 crore. According to MVDA officials, the project has been sent to divisional commissioner Pradeep Bhatnagar, chairman of the MVDA, for clearance. The MVDA has already identified a 7500 sq meter plot in Rukmini Vihar for the same.

The project was in response to the growing need of pilgrims and tourists, MVDA vice chairman Nagendra Pratap Singh in an interview.

It should be ready within a year. The tender process would be over in a few days. The area we intend to use should be around 8000 sq metres, which is good enough for a big project like this", he said.

The MVDA is keen on completing the project within 12 months.

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