The Uttar Pradesh government has decided to build a 25km road to connect GT Road, also known as NH 91, with the upcoming international airport at Jewar on the outskirts of the national capital. The four-lane road will boost connectivity between Bulandshahr and Jewar. GT Road passes through Dadri in Greater Noida and the state government has directed the Yamuna Expressway Industrial Development Authority (Yeida) to work on a multi-modal connectivity plan to connect the Jewar airport with the rest of Delhi-NCR cities, including Bulandshahr, Meerut, Ghaziabad, Delhi, and Faridabad.
NHAI will prepare a detailed project report and initiate work on the mega project. Meanwhile, the Integrated Industrial Township Greater Noida Limited (IITGNL) has decided to build a four-lane 2.5km road and an underpass on NH-91 near Shiv Nadar University to connect the proposed logistics hub at Greater Noida's Bodaki with the highway. Also, one interchange is planned at Dankaur village on the Eastern Peripheral Expressway (EPE) and another is planned at Sirsa village on the expressway that passes over NH-91 and the Yamuna Expressway. The interchange at Sirsa will connect a 130-metre-wide Greater Noida road with the EPE and the interchange at Danakaur will link the EPE with the Yamuna Expressway that reaches the Jewar airport site.