Kolkata: The flank linking Maa flyover with AJC Bose Road flyover is expected to be inaugurated on Wednesday. State Urban Development minister Firhad Hakim along with senior officials of Kolkata Metropolitan Development Authority (KMDA) and traffic department of Kolkata Police visited the site on Saturday and the minister gave the necessary nod for the inauguration of the flank.”Vehicles travelling from Kolkata airport or New Town-Rajarhat will now be able to take the Maa flyover from Mathpukur area and then take the AJC Bose Road flyover near Beckbagan to alight near Police Training School. Travel time will be reduced considerably as the congestion at Park Circus can be avoided,” said a senior KMDA official. Also Read – Bose & Gandhi: More similar than apart, says Sugata BoseThe construction of the entire flank has been completed and the painting on the side walls of the bridge in blue and white will be finished by Tuesday night. The Kolkata Police are preparing the blue print of the traffic movement using the flyover route. “It will take us a few days to have an idea of the movement of vehicles over the flyover following which we will be able to finalise the movement of traffic,” a senior official of Kolkata Police’s traffic department said. Also Read – Rs 13,000 crore investment to provide 2 lakh jobs: MamataAccording to a senior KMDA official, the construction of the new flank on Congress Exhibition Road took time as there was encroachment and other utility services that needed to be cleared. At present, KMDA plans to have a twin branching of Maa and AJC Bose Road flyover towards Gariahat. The proposed south-bound ramp will come up at the crossing near Zeeshan restaurant on Syed Amir Ali Avenue and end in front of Kalyan Jewellers, opposite the Ballygunge Shiksha Sadan School. Engineering consultancy firm Rites is carrying out a study and will come up with a Detailed Project Report soon. A traffic feasibility survey has shown that the proposed ramp could reduce the time one takes to travel towards Jadavpur from the Bypass by more than 30 minutes. The length of the ramp will be 2.2km and it will help the commuters to avoid snarl points such as Quest Mall, Modern High School for Girls and Ballygunge Phari. On weekdays, sometimes it takes about 25 minutes to cross the stretch between the crossing in front of Zeeshan and Pantaloons on the Gariahat side. The traffic snarls get worse when Modern High School opens in the morning and classes get over in the afternoon.