NH-344P (Pkg 4) is another package of the project that begins at NH-344M and ends at NH-352A (Barwasini bypass), serving as a spur to Sonipat Bypass. This project is expected to alleviate traffic on NH-44 and establish connectivity between Delhi, KMPE, and Delhi-Katra Expressway via KMPE. The NH-344N (Pkg 5) is also a spur to the Bahadurgarh bypass, connecting NH-344M in Delhi to NH-10 near Bahadurgarh, easing congestion on NH-10 in Delhi and improving connectivity between Eastern Haryana and Kanjhawala in Delhi, as well as providing a shorter connection between Delhi and KMP Expressway.
In an innovative move, the National Highways Authority of India (NHAI) is utilising 20 lakh tonnes of plastic garbage sourced from the Ghazipur landfill as a part of this project. Overall, the UER-II project is expected to significantly ease traffic congestion in Delhi, reduce travel time, and improve connectivity in the region.