Delhi plans Rs.300 cr new road project

    Delhi plans Rs.300 cr new road project
    The public works department has recently revived its Rs 300-crore project to decongest outer ring road between Majnu Ka Tilla and Old Hanuman temple near Salimgarh bypass. The plan is to construct two flyovers and widen the existing road on a 5.6 km-long stretch to ease traffic flow. Though the project was approved by Unified Traffic and Transportation Infrastructure (Planning and Engineering) Centre in 2014, it was put on hold as the cost was estimated to be extremely high due to land acquisition. The experts have suggested both short- and long-term steps, including construction of flyovers. PWD has modified the design of the flyover at Majnu ka Tilla intersection, the main problem area. The two carriageways will touch down at different locations and provide adequate space on the existing road. The other flyover will come up at Metcalfe House intersection. The width of the road between Majnu Ka Tilla and Old Hanuman temple, which is now 40-60 metres, will also be increased to 90 meter.
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