Promising world-class road infrastructure in the national capital during next year's Commonwealth Games, Chief Minister Sheila Dikshit today said visitors of the showpiece event will remember Delhi as a city of flyovers.
Addressing a function after formally dedicating two new flyovers at South Delhi, Dikshit said she was confident of completing all the road infrastructure projects well in time, which will provide uninterrupted connectivity in the city.
"There would be a signal-free road from Nehru Place to IGI Airport by November this year as a third flyover on Outer Ring Road will be commissioned next month," Dikshit said.
She dedicated two flyovers to Delhiites—one at the Africa Avenue and Aruna Asaf Ali Marg intersection—and the other one at the Rao Tula Ram Marg and Benito Juarez Marg intersection.
The flyover at Africa Avenue, near JNU has been constructed at a cost of Rs 82.6 crore.
the Flyover at Rao Tula Ram Marg has been constructed at a cost of Rs 59.6 crore.