Work On The Dwarka Expressway Service Roads Will Start By The End Of March

Dwarka Expressway

The Gurugram Metropolitan Development Authority (GMDA), will start work on building service roads on both sides of the recently constructed Dwarka expressway by the end of this month.

The contractor is activating resources on the site, according to the GMDA, which is in charge of constructing these roads, and construction is expected to begin shortly.

In the meanwhile, the administration has determined which land would be purchased in order to build service roads along the 3.36 km long CPR, which is a section of the Dwarka expressway.

The Service Road Connects The Global City Gurugram

Through the service road along CPR, the Global City, a major project of the Haryana government, would also have access to the Dwarka expressway. Once the service roads along this length are constructed, several residential and business projects along the route will have appropriate access to the expressway.

Arun Dhankhar, the chief engineer for the GMDA, said that the tender for building 15.30 km of service roads has been awarded following state government clearance. Due to the size of the project and the time it takes the contractor to mobilize labor and supplies, building will begin by the end of this month.

The Service Road Will Be Built Along The Central Peripheral Road (CPR)

The road, which would run from Sector 81 to 115, will be constructed for about ₹99 crores. Along the road, a green belt and drains will also be constructed, he stated.

In February of this year, NHAI chairman Santosh Kumar Yadav brought up the subject of building service roads beside the highway, requesting that the state government speed the construction of the roads.

The GMDA stated that it has identified 8.02 acres of property along the Central Peripheral Road (CPR) that has to be acquired for the building of service lanes in addition to the service roads on this length.

The Dwarka Expressway Service Road Provide Easy Access To Major Destinations

The authorities stated that in order to take further action on the situation, they will shortly share the facts with the NHAI. After obtaining the land information, it was discovered that the villages of Sihi, Harsaru, and Narsinghpur require about 8.02 acres of land.

While some land has already been purchased, some still needs to be purchased. A senior GMDA official stated that the exercise was conducted in response to a complaint made by HSIIDC, which requires access to the Dwarka expressway for its Global City project via the service roads.

On both sides of the 3.6-kilometer-long CPR, 12-meter wide highways will be built, according to authority authorities.


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