Central Expressway Section 2 Meerigama – Kurunegala
The New Broadlands Power Plant in Kithulgala being constructed centering on the Maskeliya and Kehelgamu Oya, two main branches of the Kelani River, expects to support the power needs of the country by adding 35 megawatts of power daily to the national grid. The Broadlands Hydro Power Plant which is the last in the series of Laxapana hydro power plants has been halted for 25 years due to environmental concerns.
The UECP is a project initiated by the Government of Sri Lanka to address the current water shortages in the North Central and Northern Provinces. Where at present, both these provinces face water deficits for irrigation and drinking water.
King Long is the national bus manufacturer of China. Over the past ten years, King Long has sold over 400,000 vehicles internationally and served various business fields; such as passenger transport, tourism and group transport. King Long has embraced a culture of innovation and technical maturity which has enabled King Long to gain a strong reputation in Europe and Australia besides the Asian Region.
දෙස් විදෙස් වෙළඳපොළ ඉලක්ක ජය ගනිමින් දස දහසකට අධික සෘජු රැකියා ප්රමාණයක් රයිගම්පුර හරිත කර්මාන්තපුරය හා තාක්ෂණික සංවර්ධන අධිකලාපය මඟින් උත්පාදනය කෙරෙනු ඇතැයිද අපේක්ෂා කෙරේ. ඊට අමතරව තවත් දහස් සංඛ්යායාත පිරිසකට මේ හරහා වක්ර ආදායම් මාර්ග නිර්මාණය වනු ඇතැයිද ගණන් බලා තිබේ.
All busses would be provided a grace period of 2 months from April 1 to paint in blue , remove additional items such as stickers, paintings, sound systems and extra horns.
Colombo – Katunayake Expressway E03 is Sri Lanka’s second E Class highway. The 25.8 km long highway links the Sri Lankan capital Colombo with Bandaranaika International Airport and Negombo. Construction on the highway began in October 2009, and it was opened to the public on 27 October 2013. The highway has three lanes each way from
Danish wind turbine-maker Vestas announced that it has received an order from Sri Lanka’s power supplier Ceylon Electricity Board (CEB) to install a 104MW wind park in Mannar
A Megapolis is normally referred to a contiguous urban corridor covering a large urban space. It usually evolves overtime through expansion and amalgamation of individual metropolitan regions. One of the key features that facilitate the formation of a Megapolis is the strict application of planning regulations, and the orderly distribution of urban space among economic, social, recreational, business, residential, administrative and other urban activities.
The Southern Expressway Project (SEP) was introduced by the Road Development Authority and the Ministry of Highways as far back as late 1980s. The University of Morotuwa undertook an Environment Impact Assessment study in 1996, which was submitted to the government in early 1997. However the Construction of the Southern Expressway began in 2003 and