National Highways Authority of India (NHAI) has floated tenders to construct 10 flyovers between Jaipur and Kishangarh. To unclog the vehicular movement, the authority will spend approximately ₹220 crore to construct these flyovers on the route. The Centre has approved ₹619.48 crore for the construction of underpasses, flyovers and bridges on the entire 6-lanes of Gurgaon-Beawar national highway stretch. The stretch between Jaipur-Kishangarh will also be a part of this project. While six flyovers will be constructed for rectification of the black spots, four will be constructed to provide smooth passage. The authority has decided to construct flyovers on the route including Bhankrota, Heerapura, Narsinghpura, Mahlan, Mokhanpura and Padasoli as these points are considered black spots.
NHAI will also construct flyovers at Bandarsindhri, Dhami Balaji, Gadota and Savarda to decongest the traffic on the stretch. As the city has expanded to Mahlan, the project is expected to solve the perennial traffic problem at various junctions on the route. In the past, frequent accidents and snarls near Bhankrota, Mahapura, Heerapura had raised concerns about traffic management. The JDA periphery ends at the C-zone bypass.