Delhi picks nine road stretches for beautification work
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Delhi picks nine road stretches for beautification work

The Delhi government has identified nine road stretches for redevelopment, and it will make separate lanes for buses on 540 km length of roads identified for streetscaping. To take stock of the ongoing streetscaping project in Delhi, public works department (PWD) Minister Satyendar Jain held a meeting with department consultants and officials.

He said that the Delhi government will remove illegal parking from bus lanes and that special lighting will be installed to enhance the beauty of redesigned roads. Jain discussed the decongestion of roads to guarantee the smooth flow of traffic.

Delhi government is planning to redesign and decongest nine roads including, Sri Aurobindo Marg, K N Katju Marg, ShantiVan road, Road number 58 near Leela Hotel, road opposite India Habitat Centre, Tikri border entry, road no. 59 near Signature bridge, Nelson Mandela Marg, and stretch from Majlis Park to Azadpur.

The government said that these nine road stretches will be redeveloped, keeping the aesthetics of their surroundings in mind on a pilot basis, and the road with the best design will be replicated at different places.

The government is planning to redesign and decongest the 540 km length of roads in the capital. Separate lanes for buses and goods transport on roads will be made, which will decongest roads and ease the traffic movement, Jain said.

Mr. Jain further instructed the officials to revamp the aesthetics of roads, keeping environmental prospects in mind. He emphasised planting several varieties of trees alongside roads.

This development will not only improve the aesthetics of the roads and give them a pleasant look but will also decongest them, ensuring easy and smooth flow of traffic, saving a lot of time, fuel, and money, the government said.

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The Delhi government has identified nine road stretches for redevelopment, and it will make separate lanes for buses on 540 km length of roads identified for streetscaping. To take stock of the ongoing streetscaping project in Delhi, public works department (PWD) Minister Satyendar Jain held a meeting with department consultants and officials. He said that the Delhi government will remove illegal parking from bus lanes and that special lighting will be installed to enhance the beauty of redesigned roads. Jain discussed the decongestion of roads to guarantee the smooth flow of traffic. Delhi government is planning to redesign and decongest nine roads including, Sri Aurobindo Marg, K N Katju Marg, ShantiVan road, Road number 58 near Leela Hotel, road opposite India Habitat Centre, Tikri border entry, road no. 59 near Signature bridge, Nelson Mandela Marg, and stretch from Majlis Park to Azadpur. The government said that these nine road stretches will be redeveloped, keeping the aesthetics of their surroundings in mind on a pilot basis, and the road with the best design will be replicated at different places. The government is planning to redesign and decongest the 540 km length of roads in the capital. Separate lanes for buses and goods transport on roads will be made, which will decongest roads and ease the traffic movement, Jain said. Mr. Jain further instructed the officials to revamp the aesthetics of roads, keeping environmental prospects in mind. He emphasised planting several varieties of trees alongside roads. This development will not only improve the aesthetics of the roads and give them a pleasant look but will also decongest them, ensuring easy and smooth flow of traffic, saving a lot of time, fuel, and money, the government said. Image Source Also read: BMC nods proposal to extend Borivali flyover at 300% cost surge

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