E-way projects worth Rs. 7,566cr on anvil

    Delhi-Meerut Expressway
    Fastening the expressway building process in the country, the Union Cabinet is all set to give 'go ahead' for the widening of the crucial UP Gate to Dasna stretch of the Delhi-Meerut expressway at an investment worth Rs 7,566cr. The other two stretches - Akshardham temple to UP Gate and Dasna to Hapur have already been approved by the Cabinet and the Prime Minister had laid the foundation stone for the expressway commanding a length of 28-km with 14 lane on the Delhi-Dasna section. Earlier Road Transport and Highways Minister Nitin Gadkari has said that the project will reduce the distance between the national capital and Meerut to 40-45 minutes from 3 hours currently. The expressway will give a big thrust to developmental activities in western Uttar Pradesh and will make travel to cities like Dehradun, Moradabad and Bareilly much faster and an easier affair. This would be an access controlled highway and 31 traffic signals have been removed from the stretch. While, the work on Delhi-Dasna section would cost Rs 2,869cr, the construction of 46 km long six-lane Dasna-Meerut section of the expressway will cost Rs 3,575-cr and that six-laning of 22 km long Dasna-Hapur section of NH 24 will cost Rs 1,122cr, said sources.
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