Haryana hastens elevated road project

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    The construction work for the elevated road on the Gurgaon-Alwar highway, connecting Rajiv Chowk directly with Sohna stretch, is all set to start shortly. The elevated road will start at Subhash Chowk and go beyond Badshapur village on the Gurgaon-Alwar highway, also known as National Highway 248A. Once complete, it will ensure hassle-free ride to road users on this busy stretch of 23 km-long Sohna road. Apart from this, Signature Tower and Iffco Chowk on Delhi-Gurgaon expressway would become the second biggest infrastructure project of the National Highways Authority of India (NHAI) in the city, to decongest traffic between Gurgaon and Alwar via Sohna. The cost of this project is Rs.1,385 crore, state PWD Rao Narbir Singh said. The elevated road was to start from Vatika Chowk, but now following request, Transport ministry has agreed to start the elevated road from Subhash Chowk, he added. This means that the elevated corridor has been extended by a km, which will benefit the commuters going to Sohna or Nuh, Palwal or Alwar, who now have to face heavy traffic jam on this stretch during peak hours. The project will especially benefit sectors 33, 66, 67, Jharsa, Islampur, Fazilpur, Badshapur, Bhondsi, and Sohna, said an official spokesperson.
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