With the state-level committee of the town and country planning department headed by Haryana Chief Minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda approving the Draft Development Plan-2031 for Meham,the town which falls in Hoodas hometown of Rohtak will soon get a bypass and a new bus stand.
The proposed bypass will not only benefit those availing the Hisar-Rohtak road,as they will now be able to skip traffic bottlenecks in Meham,it will also help locals to by getting rid of heavy traffic that used to pass through the existing road in the main town.
While the bypass will be of 60 meter width with 100 meter green belt on both sides,the bus stand will come up on national highway 10 in Sector 6.
To develop Meham in a planned manner,the town has been divided into the sectors. The Draft Development Plan has been prepared for the projected population of 65,000 people by 2031.
A total area of 687 hectares will be developed with residential density of 250 people per hectare. While 297 hectares has been earmarked for residential purpose,47 hectares will be used for commercial works,32 hectares for industrial,167 hectares for transport and communication,42 hectares for public utilities,35 hectares for public and semi-public uses and 67 hectares for open spaces including the green belt.
The main commercial area will be set over 47 hectares in Sector-1A,7,12,13. A 100-meter wide commercial belt will also be set up along Gohana Road in Sector 3. Industries will be allowed over 32 hectares of land in Sector 6,which will be adjacent to the Delhi-Hisar national highway towards Rohtak. A Transport Nagar will also be set up on Delhi-Hisar road.