Making Waves and Connecting Routes: Indore to get new International Swimming Pool and a Bus Terminal
Indore, adding another feather to it's cap, is about to receive two cutting-edge facilities, with the construction of an international swimming pool in Pipliyahana and a bus terminal in Nayta Mundla. The CM is likely to grace the occasion and officially inaugurate both the projects next month. Additionally, two significant projects are in the pipeline: a two-storey building at Lavkush junction and a flyover in Gandhinagar.
The management of Pipliyahana Swimming Pool has been entrusted to the Deva Swimming Institute (DGI) in Gurugram. This facility is equipped to provide training and preparation for international-level competitions. The pool's construction spanned seven years, and the Indore Development Authority (IDA) has sought recognition from (International Swimming Federation) FINA. According to RP Ahirwar of IDA, Indore's pool is poised to become one of the nation's premier swimming venues, capable of hosting all international competitions.
The Nayta Mundla Bus Terminal is in its final construction phase. Upon the completion of a section of RE-2, direct access to Nemavar Road will be established, simplifying transportation to the terminal. Passengers will have access to modern amenities at the terminal, which can accommodate up to 600 buses concurrently. It will serve routes to Mumbai and Pune, as well as Nagpur, Harda, Khandwa, and Narmada in Maharashtra.