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City to get traffic tower

india Updated: Mar 15, 2012 00:49 IST
HT Correspondent

Gurgaon would soon get a dedicated seven-storey traffic police complex, which has been named as Traffic Tower. It will be built at DLF City, Phase IV.

Haryana director general of police Ranjiv Singh Dalal will visit the city on Thursday to lay the foundation stone of the Tower near Presidium School, Galleria Market Road.

The spokesman of the district administration said the Traffic Tower would be a seven-storied building, with double basements.

It will be built on an area of one lakh square feet and would cost around Rs crore.