GMDA Plans 10 Km Signal-Free Road Upgrade From Iffco Chowk To SPR Road

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The Gurugram Metropolitan Development Authority (GMDA) plans to develop the 10-km road from Iffco Chowk to the Southern Peripheral Road (SPR) in the coming year by building elevated structures and doing away with traffic signals to guarantee a smooth traffic flow in the spur.

The complete project study for this route, which will be renovated following the lines of Golf Course route—the only city road without signals that guarantees smooth vehicle flow from Cyber Hub to Sector 56—has been contracted, according to a GMDA official.

The Stretch Connects Iffco Chowk Metro Station To Millennium City Metro Station

According to the authorities, there is a lot of traffic on this stretch of road at the Iffco Chowk Metro station, the Millennium City Metro station, Ardee City, and the area around Wazirabad, which is why the road is being upgraded.

During peak hours, the road’s several junctions and seven traffic lights guarantee that a trip down this segment takes at least thirty minutes. “We anticipate that this company will prepare a proper plan and provide the traffic report to GMDA by the end of the next month.”

After the model code of behavior is lifted, this strategy and estimates will be discussed at the next GMDA meeting, which will be presided over by the chief minister, according to a senior GMDA official.

GMDA Draft Two Or Three Designs For The Road’s Development

According to a GMDA official, the consultant will draft two or three designs for the road’s development, verify if underpasses and raised structures are necessary, calculate the cost of moving utilities, carry out traffic studies, and determine how many trees must be cut down in order to upgrade the route.

“The CEO of GMDA presided over a recent meeting where the topic was covered in full. We’re trying to make the city’s road system better,” he stated.

Sectors 28 and 29, DLF Phase 4, South City One, Sushant Lok One, Sectors 44, 45, 46, Ardee City, 51, 52, 55, 56, Kanhai, and Wazirabad villages are among the heavily inhabited localities along this route.

Redesigning Infrastructure: Examining The Traffic Plan In Gurugram In More Detail

The terrain is changing in the crowded metropolis of Gurugram, where roadways formerly functioned as arteries linking far-off places.

The Gurugram Metropolitan Development Authority (GMDA) has released a comprehensive plan to renovate a significant 14-kilometer section that passes via Basai Road and runs from Iffco Chowk to the Dwarka Expressway.

The goal of this strategic project is to reduce the ongoing problem of traffic congestion that affects the downtown area of the city.

The plan by the GMDA takes a multimodal approach, including both urban makeover and infrastructure improvements. The thorough traffic analysis carried out by hired experts is essential to this strategy and forms the basis for well-informed decision-making.

Dealing With Hotspots Of Congestion

The initiative’s primary focus is on identifying areas of high traffic, especially the area between Iffco Chowk and Sukhrali. Here, the GMDA plans to build new roads, get rid of encroachments, and put in place thorough traffic control systems.

A comprehensive makeover of the Mahavir Chowk precinct and an extension of the road from Sukhrali to the intersection are also planned in order to maximize traffic and pedestrian flow.


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