Delhi govt approves first phase of elevated corridor in Najafgarh
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Delhi govt approves first phase of elevated corridor in Najafgarh

According to an official statement, the Delhi government will build an elevated corridor in Najafgarh to relieve traffic congestion in the area.

Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia and Transport Minister Kailash Gahlot, who is also a Najafgarh MLA, met with senior Public Works Department (PWD) officials at a high level.

During the meeting, Sisodia approved the project's first phase, which will span 4.8 kilometres and benefit thousands of people every day.

Vehicles travelling on the Najafgarh-Phirni road, Kapashera road, Dhansa road, Bahadurgarh road, and Nangloi road will be able to use this elevated road to avoid traffic congestion, according to the announcement.

Sisodia said, “The Delhi government is working round the clock to decongest the roads of the capital from traffic jams. The Najafgarh-Phirni Road, which is one of the main routes followed by people commuting between Delhi and Haryana, gets heavily jammed during peak hours.

“But after this new elevated corridor is completed, commuters will not have to enter Najafgarh to cross the city. They can use the elevated corridor and save their travel time.” Sisodia added that the project will benefit lakhs of commuters every day and decongest the roads in Najafgarh.

Those travelling between Najafgarh and Kapashera road, Dhansa road, Bahadurgarh road, and Nangloi road will be able to avoid entering the Najafgarh area, he said.

Apart from that, the completion of this elevated corridor will relieve traffic congestion in more than 200 colonies in the surrounding areas, including Prem Nagar, New Gopal Nagar, Gopal Nagar Extension, Dharampura, New Roshanpura, and Lokesh Park, according to the statement.

“The project will be a boon for everyone commuting through Najafgarh to Bahadurgarh or Jhajjar or other parts of adjoining states. This 4.8 km of the radial elevated corridor will be another landmark road stretch that will help in decongesting Najafgarh city.

“In addition, it will help reduce the commuting time of travellers between Delhi and Haryana by half,” Gahlot said. Officials have stated that the elevated road will have a one-way carriageway and seven up-down ramps. The ramps will be 1.68 km long in total.

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According to an official statement, the Delhi government will build an elevated corridor in Najafgarh to relieve traffic congestion in the area. Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia and Transport Minister Kailash Gahlot, who is also a Najafgarh MLA, met with senior Public Works Department (PWD) officials at a high level. During the meeting, Sisodia approved the project's first phase, which will span 4.8 kilometres and benefit thousands of people every day. Vehicles travelling on the Najafgarh-Phirni road, Kapashera road, Dhansa road, Bahadurgarh road, and Nangloi road will be able to use this elevated road to avoid traffic congestion, according to the announcement. Sisodia said, “The Delhi government is working round the clock to decongest the roads of the capital from traffic jams. The Najafgarh-Phirni Road, which is one of the main routes followed by people commuting between Delhi and Haryana, gets heavily jammed during peak hours. “But after this new elevated corridor is completed, commuters will not have to enter Najafgarh to cross the city. They can use the elevated corridor and save their travel time.” Sisodia added that the project will benefit lakhs of commuters every day and decongest the roads in Najafgarh. Those travelling between Najafgarh and Kapashera road, Dhansa road, Bahadurgarh road, and Nangloi road will be able to avoid entering the Najafgarh area, he said. Apart from that, the completion of this elevated corridor will relieve traffic congestion in more than 200 colonies in the surrounding areas, including Prem Nagar, New Gopal Nagar, Gopal Nagar Extension, Dharampura, New Roshanpura, and Lokesh Park, according to the statement. “The project will be a boon for everyone commuting through Najafgarh to Bahadurgarh or Jhajjar or other parts of adjoining states. This 4.8 km of the radial elevated corridor will be another landmark road stretch that will help in decongesting Najafgarh city. “In addition, it will help reduce the commuting time of travellers between Delhi and Haryana by half,” Gahlot said. Officials have stated that the elevated road will have a one-way carriageway and seven up-down ramps. The ramps will be 1.68 km long in total. See also: Seven expressways & flyovers worth INR 600 billion in Delhi NHAI to deploy AI to monitor traffic

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