Delhi unveils 16.4-km corridor worth Rs. 700-cr

    Elevated Road Corridor
    Ensuring hassle free commuting in the national capital, especially in South-West, North and North-West, the local government has decided to build a 16.4 km long signal free road parallel to Najafgarh drain entailing an investment of Rs. 700 crore. The signal free stretch will provide a straight connectivity from Kakrola Mor in Dwarka to Punjabi Bagh.

    As per the proposal, an elevated grade separator will be constructed on the Kakrola Mor. Once the plan will be approved and passed by the concerned authorities, traveling will be easier for the people going to Indira Gandhi International (IGI) Airport, North-West Delhi and Haryana PWD. The stretch which will start from Kakrola Mor to Punjabi Bagh, will be constructed on both sides of the Najafgarh drain. The width of lane will be three-three meter each side and also about 10 small size bridges will be built on the drain.
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