New Delhi: Union Minister Nitin Gadkari has said that the Dwarka eight-lane high-level road works, which are being carried out to control traffic congestion in New Delhi, will be completed by April next year.
Dwarka Expressway is being constructed as our country’s first eight-lane elevated urban expressway.
This high-level expressway between New Delhi – Gurugram, Haryana is being built as part of the Golden Quadrilateral connecting New Delhi, Jaipur, Ahmedabad and Mumbai.
The expressway starts from Shiv Murthy on National Highway – 8 and ends near Kergithaula toll gate, passing through Dwarka Sector 21, Gurugram border. It is being set up at a cost of Rs 9,000 crore.
Of the total length of 29 km, 19 km is in Haryana and the remaining 10 km is in New Delhi.
Union Road Transport and Highways Minister Nitin Gadkari, New Delhi Governor Vinay Kumar Saxena and others inspected the construction of the expressway yesterday.
Then Nitin Gadkari said:
The Dwarka Elevated Expressway, which is in full swing, will be completed by April next year.
Automatic toll collection system will be in operation on this road. A three-lane service road has been constructed on both sides of the road.
It will be an alternate link road to Indira Gandhi Airport in New Delhi.
Apart from that, the road has been constructed to provide direct access to the upcoming India International Convention Center in Sector 25, Dwarka.
The road will also have world-class features like ‘CCTV’ cameras monitoring, state-of-the-art intelligent traffic systems.
This is what he said.
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