DMRC plans East-West corridor

    DMRC
    In a bid to improve connectivity between east and west Delhi, the Public Works Department is reworking the plan of its ambitious east-west corridor project. The proposed alignment of the corridor was presented before the Delhi lieutenant governor along with the north-south corridor project, said official PWD sources, adding that the governor asked authorities to approve the north-south corridor at the earliest.

    PWD officials said a tunnel between the New Delhi Railway Station and New Rohtak Road was suggested at the meeting held at the LG office. Unlike the north-south corridor, the east-west project has major issues related to alignment. In the former, the elevated corridor will be constructed largely on and along the Najafgarh drain. But the east-west corridor, which is also 39 km long, will be constructed largely along railway tracks, and pass through densely populated areas.
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