Ahmedabad News Roundup| Disruption of water supply on Sunday, 4 new summer special trains & more

Ahmedabad News Roundup| Disruption of water supply on Sunday, 4 new summer special trains & more

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From temporary disruption in water supply in western parts of the city on Sunday, to the implementation of an integrated terminal at SVPI Airport, to the introduction of four more summer special trains and more, stay updated with the latest news of the city in this Ahmedabad News Roundup.

Temporary disruption in water supply in Western parts of city on Sunday

The Ahmedabad Municipal Corporation's water supply department has scheduled maintenance work at Jaspur Water Works, necessitating a temporary halt in water supply from 2 pm to 8 pm on Saturday. To mitigate inconvenience, water will be supplied based on demand in the entire western area, including SG Highway and Bhopal Ghuma, on Sunday morning.

Residents of areas such as Thaltej, Gota, Chandlodia, Bhopal, Ghuma, Ghatlodia, Sarkhej, Jodhpur, Satellite, Prahlad Nagar, Vejalpur, Makarba, and Highway are advised to expect reduced water availability on Sunday morning.

Integrated terminal implementation at SVPI Airport


In a move to streamline operations, Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel International Airport in Ahmedabad has been designated as an integrated terminal, effective April 9, 2024. This decision entails the relocation of domestic and international flights operated by Spice Jet to Terminal 2 of the airport. Passengers flying with Spice Jet are urged to take note of this change and utilize Terminal 2 for their travel arrangements instead of Terminal 1.

Introduction of 4 more summer special trains

Western Railways has announced the introduction of four additional pairs of Summer Special Trains on Special Fare to cater to the surge in passenger traffic during the summer season. These trains include two pairs each for Sabarmati-Barmer and Bandra Terminus-Ajmer, as well as one pair for Sabarmati-Patna routes, providing travelers with enhanced travel options during this busy period.

Replacement of aging water and sewerage lines in Central Zone

Responding to persistent complaints of waterlogging and overflowing drains attributed to aging water and sewerage lines in the central zone, the municipality has embarked on a comprehensive replacement project.

Estimated at Rs 333 crore, the initiative aims to address the issue across the zone, where an average of 1,000 complaints are received daily, with 60 percent necessitating immediate action. Tender processes are underway, with approval expected post-election by the Standing Committee.

Civic bodies mandate the installation of dust sensors at construction sites

Ahmedabad authorities have taken proactive measures to monitor and mitigate pollution levels in the construction sector by mandating the installation of dust sensors at construction sites. This initiative aims to improve air quality management and ensure adherence to pollution control regulations.

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