NCR Board speeds up Rs.525 cr elevated road

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    In an attempt to speed up infra projects in the NCR region, the NCR planning board has cleared score of projects including building Rs.525 crore Noida elevated road, which has been in a limbo for the past six years. Proposed project with a length of 5.54 km corridor is supposed to skirt some of Noida's busiest routes and stretches from the Chilla regulator to Kalindi Kunj on the Noida border and also linking the elevated road with the Barapullah road in Delhi to provide a seamless ride from AIIMS and Sarai Kale Khan in south Delhi to Faridabad, Ghaziabad and Greater Noida. In addition, it would also provide an option for a ring road and a bypass around in Noida and that the other two projects that are likely to see the light of the day are the FNG expressway and a bypass road to Faridabad from the under-construction parallel bridge on the Yamuna. The bypass to Faridabad via Badarpur from Maharani Bagh is also extremely important for not only decongesting Noida, but also reducing the travel time to Delhi, Faridabad and Ghaziabad. In this connection, the board called upon chief secretaries of UP and Delhi to hold a meeting and resolve the issues and put the projects on track as quickly as possible.
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