Taj City all Set to Change with Line-up of Projects 

by Kanika Singh Thursday, April 07, 2011
Tourists from all across the world visiting India never forget to add the Taj city in their itineraries. The development authority of Agra is now giving their guests a reason to rejoice their Agra Tours as from now onwards apart from historical sites they can also relish religious as well as cultural sites. They have planned to put up various projects that would bring in revenue and extend basic amenities at its world famous monuments.

“An integrated plan to broad-base facilities and promote lesser known monuments and cultural sites' would be implemented in phases”, said Amrit Abhijat, Divisional Commissioner of Agra. It is one of the destinations of Golden Triangle Tours and is most sought by the tourists, thus, in the meeting held on 31st March the authority decided to focus on the areas that need to be given priority in the development plan.

After the numerous complaints by the tourists stuck in jam, a new MG-II road will be developed to ease the pressure on the existing MG road the main gateway to the city. “The alternative route to divert tourist traffic back to Delhi is ready for opening shortly”, informed Ajay Chauhan, District Magistrate of Agra.

The project to promote the Agra Heritage Walk has been made with the help from National Institute of Design, Ahmedabad and the Heritage Walk includes a stretch of walkway connecting the agricultural field, the river bank, the Mughal aqueduct and the Humayun mosque. “There had been a welcome increase in the green cover in the district.

We are now going to pursue with vigour the Mera Vriksha programme, social forestry and planting of saplings this season on government land, and involve residents welfare associations”, said Divisional Forest Officer P.K. Janoo. Moreover, Amrit Abhijat also informed that report of the Mass Rapid Transport System was submitted to the state government for sanctioning of the metro rail project.

The restaurants and hotels in Agra tour attractions that were supposed to have two menu cards, both for domestic and international tourists have been warned of stern action if there was a complaint in future. In addition to this, Kachchpura behind the Taj Mahal would be developed as tourists’ village. Also, more flights will be introduced and landing of international flights will be allowed in the future.

Author is an eminent and experienced Content Writer in Travel & Tourism related topics.

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