Kathmandu - An agriculture road has been constructed up to Ghaiyabari (ward-5) and Tallojyamire in the remote area of Bhimphedi rural municipality. With the expansion of road network, local people have been elated when their local agro products are being transported to the market. Bhimphedi rural municipality chair Hidam Lama informed that the newly-constructed road connecting Bhimphedi-6 Amling Barhabise with Ghaiyabari has benefitted 160 local households. The road was constructed at the cost of Rs 3 million. Likewise, a two-km road linking Chuchekhola and Rampur has been upgraded at Hetauda sub-metropolis-17 at the cost of Rs 1.4 million. The road expansion has eased vehicular operation and mobility of the people from Chuchhekhola, Gairigaun and Laxmipur. Likewise, the construction of drainage and other structure has taken momentum at Hetauda-4.