Huda to build roads along SPR to help avoid Kherki Daula, Vatika Chowk bottlenecks
With the proposed clover leaf on Delhi Gurgaon expressway to connect SPR and NPR still a few years away, Haryana Urban Development Authority, Gurgaon, is planning to build master sector roads so that vehicles can bypass bottlenecks at Kherki Daula and Vatika Chowk.gurgaon Updated: Sep 09, 2016 00:37 IST
With the proposed clover leaf on Delhi Gurgaon expressway to connect SPR and NPR still a few years away, Haryana Urban Development Authority, Gurgaon, is planning to build master sector roads so that vehicles can bypass bottlenecks at Kherki Daula and Vatika Chowk.
The urban authority has initiated steps to expedite the construction of the master sector road that will connect SPR with Delhi-Gurgaon expressway bypassing Kherki Daula toll plaza.
The road starts from SPR, passes through the outer periphery of Sector 75A, Sector 76 and crosses between sector 75 and 76 to reach NH8.
Speaking on the proposed plan, HUDA administrator Yashpal Yadav said land for this crucial master sector road has been acquired, and tender for construction is being prepared by engineering wing to ensure early construction.
Currently, vehicles using SPR have to take the service lane of Delhi Gurgaon expressway, which is narrow, badly damaged and sees traffic from both sides leading to jams.
“We have acquired land in sectors 75,75A, 76, 77 to build the master sector road and will take its possession by Wednesday. From SPR, the road goes towards Shikohpur, takes a right a few kilometres prior to the village and joins NH-8 opposite Sector 83. Commuters can either go towards Manesar or take a right and go towards Gurgaon from under the flyover,” Yadav said.
HUDA officials believe that the development of this road can be completed in the next six months as acquisition has been completed and the tender is being prepared.
Similarly, the authority has acquired pockets of land between sector 66 and 67, which will ensure the completion of master sector road starting from sector 59 to Sohna Road.
“This road was also stuck due to a small parcel of land. Once completed, it will help vehicles moving on Golf Course extension road to avoid Vatika Chowk and Badhshapur village,” Yadav said.
The oustees of the pockets will be awarded alternative plots and the remaining work done on priority, the official said.
Apart from these two crucial roads, Huda also held a meeting to discuss the master sector roads, and other utilities in sectors 81 to 95.
“We are fixing timelines to build roads, sewage and other utilities. The oustees of Rohtash ki Dhani have also been allotted plots and this will ensure connectivity between NPR and Manesar,” the Huda administrator said, adding that more than financial issues, it was the lack of administrative action that delayed the matter so long.