Gurgaon to be linked with international airport: CM
The Haryana government has decided to link Gurgaon with the Indira Gandhi International Airport through metro rail.india Updated: Jan 16, 2011 22:00 IST
The Haryana government has decided to link Gurgaon with the Indira Gandhi International Airport through metro rail.
The DMRC has been requested to prepare a detailed project report in this regard, Chief Minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda told mediapersons in Gurgaon.
Metro rail service has already started between Delhi and Gurgaon and now it will be extended to Manesar, he said after inaugurating a high-tech media centre at the Congress Office in Gurgaon.
Hooda said his government is contemplating to ply pod taxis in Gurgaon.
"If pod taxis are successful in Gurgaon, these will be run in other cities also."