Finally after a delay of nearly six months, the Haryana Urban Development Authority (HUDA) has approved an estimate of R63 crore for construction of railway overbridge on the Gurgaon-Rewari rail track.
The track crosses the northern peripheral road (NPR), which is also called Dwarka Expressway, near Dhankot and Garhi Harsaru.
Huda gave its nod to the big-ticket project a few days ago, as it was considered a big hurdle to the NPR which has been hit by several other infrastructure projects, delaying its completion twice in the last two years.
The rail overbridge construction work will start soon after Huda awards the tender in the next three months, said a senior Huda official.
“We will float a tender in a fortnight to prepare the detailed project report (DPR) and we aim to start construction work latest by June end,” said AK Maken, executive engineer HUDA. He said that the total length of the rail overbridge will be nearly 1km connecting Dhankot and Garhi Harsaru in Gurgaon aimed at giving safe way to the commuters.