New smart-street project in Yangon

The Smart Street Project, which aims to beautify and renovate streets and infrastructure in the city, will soon be implemented in the lower block of Seikkanthar and Kannar Streets in Kyauktada Township, according to U Lin Khaing, secretary of the working committee for roads and bridges at the Yangon City Development Committee (YCDC).

The project includes growing trees, widening pavements for pedestrians and providing benches and a children’s playground. “The Yangon Heritage Trust (YHT) coordinated with the YCDC to create the designs,” according to a statement by the YHT.

“A lane for cyclists will be added beside the road; car parking, recreational spaces for exercise and street lights will be also included,” said U Lin Khaing.

Ground surveys have been conducted, and new drains were cleaned and repaired last month in preparation. The Seikkanthar and Kannar Street renovation is expected to be completed by the end of February 2020.

This area is a pilot project, the results of which will help the YCDC plan for similar projects in other townships.

The current project is being implemented at a cost of K65 million from YCDC’s budget.

The lower Seik Kan Thar Road is about 850 feet long, and residents look forward to seeing and experiencing the results.

Source: Myanmar Times

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