DDA draws plan for smart city projects

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    Delhi Development Authority (DDA) is all set to float tenders for developing three integrated smart cities in Dwarka, Narela, and Rohini shortly and work for the Yamuna river front development will start by October 2 itself. The Housing and Urban Affairs (HUA) ministry has recently set these times lines for DDA. This also included that all the three sub-cities will have the features of smart cities including round the clock water and electricity supply, 100% treatment of both solid and liquid waste, rainwater harvesting and smart lighting, among others. These sub-cities would be developed better than any city developed by private players in the National Capital Region, official sources said that DDA will invite bids in the second week of August. The authority has proposed to develop integrated cities with smart features on available vacant lands in Dwarka (200 hectares), Narela (218 hectares), and Rohini (259 hectares). Similarly, DDA has assured the ministry to start Yamuna bank development work over 500 acres along Old Railway Bridge-ITO barrage stretch October 2. It was also decided that the road between Indira Gandhi International Airport and Connaught Place will be developed to global standards by March 2020 for which final drawings will be approved by December. One of the four alignments proposed by the consultant will be finalized early next month.
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