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Gurgaon-New Delhi to be connected through five roads: PWD minister

The PWD minister added that the Haryana government will expand roads near Gwal Pahari, which is located on the cusp of Delhi-Gurgaon-Faridabad, making it a much-taken route for commuters.

gurgaon Updated: Oct 17, 2017 08:46 IST
Kartik Kumar
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Narbir Singh said a 14km stretch of the Dwarka Expressway falls in Haryana while 4km are in New Delhi. It is the 4km stretch in New Delhi that is holding up the project as it is stuck in litigation.)
Narbir Singh said a 14km stretch of the Dwarka Expressway falls in Haryana while 4km are in New Delhi. It is the 4km stretch in New Delhi that is holding up the project as it is stuck in litigation.)(Parveen Kumar/HT Photo)

While addressing a public gathering at Begumpur Khatola on Sunday, Haryana Public Works minister Rao Narbir Singh said soon, Gurgaon will be connected New Delhi by “five major roads”.

Narbir Singh also gave the updates on the under-construction projects such as the Dwarka-Manesar Expressway, road-widening work Gwal Pahari, Southern Peripheral Road, Northern Peripheral Road and a 3km road connecting Ambience Mall to MG Road that will be a part of the National Highway.

“Once the Dwarka-Manesar stretch is completed, Gurgaon and New Delhi will be connected by five major roads and these will reduce the load on the Delhi-Gurgaon Expressway, which is currently catering to a major portion of the traffic between the two cities,” Narbir Singh said.

Narbir Singh said a 14km stretch of the Dwarka Expressway falls in Haryana while 4km are in New Delhi. It is the 4km stretch in New Delhi that is holding up the project as it is stuck in litigation.

Narbir Singh said he personally visited Union road transport minister Nitin Gadkari for a solution, subsequent to which Gadkari declared the road a National Highway and sanctioned the work on the stretch falling in New Delhi.

The PWD minister added that the Haryana government will expand roads near Gwal Pahari, which is located on the cusp of Delhi-Gurgaon-Faridabad, making it a much-taken route for commuters. The expansion work will not only bolster development in the area, but also provide an alternative route to commuters looking to avoid clogged roads.

Speaking about the 3km Ambience Mall to MG Road stretch, Narbir Singh said the road will be given the status of a ‘National Highway’.

He also said the SPR and NPR will be connected at Narsinghpur soon as work has commenced on the same.

Aside from these projects, authorities have also proposed a 4km road from Ambience Mall to Nelson Mandela Marg, Vasant Kunj, in New Delhi.