NHAI unveils Rs. 1,350-cr tunnels, roads to IGI airport

    IGI airport
    Indira Gandhi International Airport is all set to get two new approach roads — one from south Delhi and another from the upcoming Dwarka Expressway in the next couple of years. The National Highways Authority of India (NHAI) will build the links at an expense of about Rs 1,350 crore whereby the first link connecting the airport to the proposed interchange at Shiv Murti will be a 1.5 km shallow tunnel joining the T3 road. This will be a four-lane underground stretch which can be used by commuters from Vasant Kunj, IIT, Munirka and Mehrauli. The Shiv Murti interchange will have elevated connectivity to Nelson Mandela Road through Rangpuri. Commuters taking the interchange for NH-8 and the upcoming Dwarka Expressway would be able to use the tunnel to reach T3. Traffic flow to the IGI Airport complex is expected to increase substantially because of Aerocity, where official and social functions are hosted. Already, the Central Public Works Department is building a bypass for Mahipalpur, which will also have a tunnel connecting the airport near the National Crime Records Bureau office on Delhi-Gurgaon carriageway, said NHAI sources.
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