Canada – Alexandra Bridge closed to motorists

Public Services and Procurement Canada (PSPC) wishes to advise motorists that the Alexandra Bridge will be closed to vehicular traffic for repair work.

For immediate release

Gatineau, Quebec, May 12, 2022 – Public Services and Procurement Canada (PSPC) wishes to advise motorists that the Alexandra Bridge will be closed to vehicular traffic for repair work during the following periods:

Saturday, May 14, from 7 am to noon, and Sunday, May 15, from 7 am to noon

During these periods, the boardwalk will remain accessible to pedestrians and cyclists.

The schedule may change depending on weather conditions and the progress of the work.

PSPC encourages users to exercise caution when travelling on the bridge and thanks them for their patience.

CLICK and Fity.eth Bridge Web3 and the Real World with First-of-Its-Kind NFT Experience Collaboration

 Fity.eth, known for his blue-chip NFT collection, Apocalyptic Apes, and CLICK, the #1 cannabis spray in California, are teaming up to create a multidimensional NFT project that brings Web3 into the physical world for its fans and NFT holders.

Holders of the NFT collection, brought to the space by Fity.eth and CLICK, will not only own a one-of-a-kind NFT, but also have access to exclusive events and offerings adding a new dimension of utility, community and value. IRL perks include courtside tickets seated next to Omri Casspi, co-founder of CLICK, podcast host, and NBA legend, as well as his former teammates. Over his career, Casspi has played on teams including the Sacramento Kings, Cleveland Cavaliers, Golden State Warriors and alongside star athletes such as Steph Curry, James Harden, Charles Barkley, and Klay Thompson.

NFT holders can also gain access to the future Apocalyptic CLICK NFT Center, an exclusive NFT gallery, cannabis, and community lounge where guests can relax, network, and create.

“Over the past year, I have seen how our community has been everything when it comes to building the strength and popularity of Apocalyptic Apes around the globe,” says Fity.eth (Bill Starkov), founder and creator of Apocalyptic Apes. “Our new partnership with CLICK will be game changing for the NFT world and Apocalyptic Ape holders will have a front row seat. There is nothing else like it.”

Apocalyptic Apes is a collection of 8,888 which launched in October 2021 and sold out in December 2021, making it a blue-chip NFT in under 3 months. Apocalyptic Apes has built a massive, powerful community over the last year.

Behind CLICK is a team of innovative technologists and professional athletes who have brought a fast-acting, award-winning cannabis product to the US and Canada. CLICK’s founder Roie Edery has built a career combining cannabis, tech, and art, and has made collaboration a big part of the brand’s mission. He is also the founder of Ginger, a cannabis DTC solution with the largest footprint in California.

“We’re excited to bring CLICK into the NFT community again and create an experience with Apocalyptic Apes. Innovation is at the heart of our brand. Our collaboration with Fity.eth explores a new side of this and we’re excited to offer it to our customers,” states Roie Edery.

About CLICK™

Founded in California, CLICK™ is an innovative leader in cannabis sublingual products as the #1 cannabis mouth spray in California. CLICK has won awards for their high-tech nanoemulsion formula and discreet, portable, doseable spray bottle. Their signature line of four effects– GO, RESTORE, CHILL, and DREAM– deliver a spot on 2.5mg single dose, with 200mg per bottle, great-tasting formulas, and a discreet bottle that fits in your pocket.

About Fity.eth / Apocalyptic Apes

Fity.eth is an NFT enthusiast and the creator of Apocalyptic Apes, an NFT art collection known for its dynamic community. The founder and community behind Apocalyptic Apes contributes to global impact and the hemp industry by transforming hemp into biodegradable material. Apocalyptic Apes is one of the first original derivative NFTs to achieve blue-chip status in less than three months and has a trading volume of over 30K in Ethereum (roughly $30,000,000).

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Completion of Road/Bridge Work under Pradhan Mantri Gram Sadak Yojana


As per the programme guidelines of Pradhan Mantri Gram Sadak Yojana (PMGSY), the timeline for completion of road work is 12 working months from the date of issue of the work order. However, where a package comprises more than one road work, the total time given for completion of the package is 18 calendar months. Similarly, a time period of 21-24 months has been allowed for completion of bridge works exceeding 25-meter in length, depending on site conditions.


The implementation of all sanctioned works under PMGSY is being monitored through online Monitoring Information System named Online Management, Monitoring and Accounting System (OMMAS) on real time basis. In addition, the progress is regularly reviewed by the Ministry by way of Regional Review Meetings (RRMs), Performance Review Committee (PRC) Meetings, Pre-Empowered/ Empowered Committee Meetings with the States. At District level, the District Development Coordination and Monitoring Committee (DISHA) headed by Hon’ble Member of Parliament (LS) monitors the implementation of various schemes of Government of India including PMGSY. Besides above, special review meetings/monthly review meetings are also held by Secretary/ Additional Secretary/Joint Secretary, Ministry of Rural Development with Chief Secretaries/Principal Secretaries of the States to take stock of the progress of the scheme and remove the bottlenecks, if any.


No revision of project costs are allowed for the works sanctioned under PMGSY. This acts as a disincentive for the states who delay the completion of projects. Further, action for closure of the projects is also taken from time to time wherever undue delays are seen. The issues of forest clearance and other bottlenecks such as availability of construction materials, law & order issues are also taken up with the concerned stakeholders.


All the projects sanctioned under PMGSY-I & II are targeted for completion by September, 2022. The projects under Road Connectivity Project for Left Wing Extremism Affected Areas (RCPLWEA) are targeted for completion by March, 2023. The implementation period of PMGSY-III is upto March, 2025.


A total of 1,29,549 km road length has been constructed during the last three years and the current year under various interventions/verticals of PMGSY as per the details given below:-











Year

Road length constructed (in km)

2018-19

48,093

2019-20

27,305

2020-21

36,674

2021-22 (as on 10.12.2021)

17,477




The Government has received proposals from State Governments and public representatives to relax the norms under new connectivity component of PMGSY to include habitations as per Census, 2011, instead of 2001, as many habitations which had population of less than 500 and 250 in plain and North-East & Hill States respectively in 2001 have crossed the threshold population benchmark in 2011. Some proposals have also been received to further lower the population criteria below 250 also.


There is no proposal as of now to relax the norms for eligibility of habitations for providing connectivity under PMGSY.


The proposals for construction of bridges received and sanctioned under PMGSY during the last three years and current year, state-wise are given at Annexure.




Proposals for construction of bridges received and sanctioned



































S. No.

Name of the State

No. of bridge proposals received & sanctioned

1

Andhra Pradesh

47

2

Arunachal Pradesh

96

3

Assam

376

4

Bihar

609

5

Chhattisgarh

109

6

Gujarat

44

7

Himachal Pradesh

22

8

Jammu And Kashmir

80

9

Jharkhand

139

10

Karnataka

101

11

Kerala

3

12

Madhya Pradesh

580

13

Maharashtra

75

14

Manipur

96

15

Meghalaya

71

16

Nagaland

53

17

Odisha

156

18

Punjab

16

19

Rajasthan

6

20

Sikkim

32

21

Tamilnadu

36

22

Tripura

2

23

Uttar Pradesh

16

24

Uttarakhand

271

25

West Bengal

60

26

Telangana

115

27

Ladakh

1


Total

3,212




This information was given by Union Minister of State for Rural Development Ms Sadhvi Niranjan Jyoti in a written reply in Lok Sabha Today.




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Canada – Alexandra Bridge closed to motorists

Public Services and Procurement Canada (PSPC) wishes to advise motorists that the Alexandra Bridge will be closed to vehicular traffic for inspection work during the following periods:

from Monday, November 15, to Friday, November 19, from 9:30 am to 3 pm
Saturday, November 20, and Sunday, November 21, from 7:30 am to 6 pm

During these periods, the boardwalk will remain accessible to pedestrians and cyclists.

The schedule may change depending on weather conditions and the progress of the work.

PSPC encourages users to exercise caution when travelling on the bridge and thanks them for their patience.

Canada – Intermittent bridge closures on Burlington Canal Lift Bridge

Public Services and Procurement Canada (PSPC) wishes to advise motorists of bridge closures on the Burlington Canal Lift Bridge for repair work.

For immediate release

Hamilton, Ontario, October 26, 2021 — Public Services and Procurement Canada (PSPC) wishes to advise motorists of bridge closures on the Burlington Canal Lift Bridge for repair work during the following period:

Friday, October 29, to Monday, November 15, from 7 am to 5 pm

During this period, the bridge will close intermittently for varying intervals between the times specified above. These closures will include sidewalks, and the north and south vehicle lanes. Pedestrians, cyclists and motorists can expect delays.                                                          

The schedule may change depending on weather conditions.

PSPC encourages users to exercise caution when travelling on the bridge and thanks them for their patience.