NHAI Approves To Connect Dwarka Expressway With Sector Roads In Gurugram

In order to connect city sector roads with the Motorway, the National Highways Authority of India (NHAI) agreed to buy land at eight locations along the Dwarka Expressway.

Santosh Kumar Yadav, the head of the NHAI, gave his approval to the plan after viewing the Dwarka expressway’s stretch in Gurugram. During the NHAI chairman visit, representatives of the Gurugram district administration stated that the stretch’s partial construction was still nearing completion and would soon be ready for traffic.

During the inspection, PC Meena, the CEO of the Gurugram Metropolitan Development Authority (GMDA), said that they had previously discussed a proposal with the chairman of the NHAI regarding the purchase of land at eight important locations.

As soon as GMDA submits a proposal following our receipt of final permission, we will be ready to deposit the necessary monies to buy the land. Meena claimed that the NHAI would be in charge of carrying out the infrastructure-building tasks and that the NHAI Act made it easier to acquire land.

The 18.9 kilometre project in Gurugram was visited by the NHAI chairman, who evaluated the development. He gave the officials instructions to use the Miyawaki strategy to make a green stretch at the cloverleaf next to Kherki Daula.

With the use of the Miyawaki forest system, dense tree planting may be done over a limited area, producing an abundance of flora.

The crux of the chairman’s visit was an exhibition on the Dwarka Motorway project that was put on by the NHAI. Later, he examined the motorway segment that connects Bajghera to Kherki Daula. PC Meena, the CEO of the GMDA, and Nishant Kumar Yadav, the deputy commissioner of Gurugram, were with him throughout the inspection.

Four phases make up the 29 km long Dwarka Expressway’s construction. The Haryana government ultimately handed the 7,000 crore project over to NHAI in 2016 after repeated delays.

The chairman’s unanticipated visit was to assess the motorway project and to nudge officials and workers towards completing it as soon as possible.

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