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Gurugram: Union Minister Nitin Gadkari inspected the Dwarka Expressway

Union Minister Nitin Gadkari inspects the project map at the Trumpet Interchange (Clover Leaf) of the Dwarka Expressway in Gurugram.

Union Minister Nitin Gadkari inspects the project map at the Trumpet Interchange (Clover Leaf) of the Dwarka Expressway in Gurugram.

Gurugram: The connection of Gurugram in Haryana to the national capital Delhi will improve soon. A new option of Dwarka Expressway will now be available alongside the old NH between Delhi and Gurugram. Union Minister for Roads and Motorways Nitin Gadkari on Thursday inspected the project under construction from Trumpet Interchange of Expressway near Kherki Daula toll booth in Gurugram to Dwarka in New Delhi. Present with him were Union Minister of State for Statistics and Program Implementation and Planning (independent office) and local MP Rao Inderjit Singh and Union Minister of State for Roads and Motorways VK Singh.

The Union Minister inspected the transport hub built on the expressway near Cherkidaula. He then visited the exhibition on the progress of the construction of the Dwarka Expressway by the National Highway Authority. Where local residents greeted the Union Minister by tying the traditional Haryana turban. The opening of this expressway will improve the connection between Gurugram and Delhi’s IGI Airport. In addition, there will be four categories of road transport: tunnel, underpass, overpass and overpass over overpass. The length of this road is 18.9 km in Haryana region and 10.1 km in Delhi region.

The people of Gurugram will receive a great gift: Rao Inderjit Singh

Welcoming Nitin Gadkari, Union Minister Rao Inderjit Singh said it was a great gift from the government to Gurugram residents. With the opening of this expressway, not only Gurugram but also the road infrastructure in the NCR region will receive a new development. The people living in the new sectors of this area will also benefit. At the same time, there will be progress in this area.

First elevated 8-lane expressway with access control in the country

The Dwarka Expressway Elevated 8-lane Access Control Expressway will be built at a cost of about 9,000 crore rupees and will also feature an eight-lane, 34 meter wide elevated road on a single pillar 9 km long, the first elevated road of any kind in the country. The road is there. In Haryana, this expressway is located near Harsaru in Pataudi Road (SH-26) and near Basai in Farukhnagar (SH-15A). In addition, it will cross the Delhi-Rewari railway line near Sector 88 (B) of Gurugram and also at Bharthal. The expressway will connect Sectors 88, 83, 84, 99 and 113 to Dwarka Sector 21 and the proposed Global City in Gurugram District.

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