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The first elevated urban Dwarka Expressway being prepared at a cost of 9 thousand crores

Khushbu Kumari Jha
The first elevated urban Dwarka Expressway being prepared at a cost of 9 thousand crores
The first elevated urban Dwarka Expressway being prepared at a cost of 9 thousand crores

This expressway has been made of 8 lanes. Its construction will cost more than 9000 crores.

The people of Gurugram are soon going to get the gift of the country's first elevated urban expressway i.e. Dwarka Expressway. 99 percent work of the Gurugram-Dwarka Expressway has been completed and it is believed that this expressway will be opened for the general public in July. A network of expressways is being laid continuously across the country. In this connection, a network of highways is continuously being laid around Gurugram including Delhi-NCR.

The Gurugram-Dwarka Expressway, the country's first elevated urban expressway, is of a total length of 29 km and 18.9 km of it falls in Haryana ie Gurugram and now this part is completely ready. About 99 percent of work on this expressway has been completed and now it is expected to open this phase soon. The DC of Gurugram and the officials of the National Highway Authority of India have also visited the country's first urban elevated expressway and prepared a plan to open it soon. Along with this, Union Minister Nitin Gadkari himself is going to come to inspect this expressway on Thursday.

Talking about Dwarka Expressway, the total cost of this expressway will be more than 9000 crores and it has been prepared by dividing it into four parts. A portion of 10 km falls in Delhi while an area of? 18 km falls in Haryana. Haryana's work has been completed 99% while Delhi's work has been completed 93% and now it is believed that Haryana's part will be opened for the public in July while Delhi's part will also be open to common people before 2024. will be opened for.

Talking about the specialty of this expressway, it is the country's first elevated urban expressway in which 20 lakh MT steel has been used, which is 30 times more than the construction of the Eiffel Tower. Similarly, 20 lakh CUM concrete has been used in its construction, which is 6 times more than that of Burj Khalifa. Along with this, 12,000 trees have also been transplanted during construction, which has happened for the first time in India on such a large scale. If we talk about security for ease of traffic and a pleasant journey on this expressway, advanced technologies such as advanced traffic management systems, hi-tech toll management systems, CCTV camera surveillance, etc. have also been used.

Talking about Gurugram, the 19-kilometer-long expressway from Kherki Daula toll to Bajgheda Chowk in Gurugram is completely ready. Just waiting for its inauguration and then vehicles will be seen plying on this expressway as well. If we talk about the specialty of this expressway, then it has been made of 8 lanes, as well as keeping in view the ease of traffic, provision has also been made to construct three service line roads on this expressway. For the people of Gurugram, this will be better connectivity with Delhi, due to which they will get relief from the daily jam.