According to the bank document, "the project will support connecting trunk infrastructure to lay the foundations for the phased development of the new city, providing key connections to Vijayawada, existing villages, and planned zones within the capital city. All physical interventions related to these components will be situated on identified and parcels/ stretches within the 217 sq.km. of Amravati city."
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