The DDA has signed an MoU with the National Highways Authority of India for the construction of Urban Extension Road–II (UER) as a national highway. The road will connect Dwarka, Rohini, Narela and will reduce congestion on local roads. The project has gathered pace, ₹900 crore has been released during 2021-22 and an enhanced sum of ₹725 crore has been kept in BE 2022-23 for this project. The DDA will also chip in ₹1,000 crore to the DMRC for its Phase-IV project, for which in BE22-23, ₹240 crore has been set aside.
The DDA has allocated ₹2,543 crore in BE2022-23 for the completion of the ongoing housing projects. In addition to the existing 18,000 flats in the works, a number of projects are also likely to be completed this year in Dwarka and Narela, from which the Authority expects to make ₹2,761 crore in sales. As for the in-situ rehabilitation program of the DDA, ₹30 crore has been set aside for 3,024 EWS units in Kalkaji Extension and ₹168 crore allocated for the 1,675 units being built in Jailorwallah Bagh.
DDA has floated RFPs of 6 projects comprising 10 JJ Clusters. It has also allocated ₹280 crore for the Bharat Vandana Park and also set aside funds for the rejuvenation of water bodies and Yamuna floodplains.