PM Modi set to inaugurate Dwarka Expressway of Gurgaon Section

The Dwarka Expressway will have an elevated eight-lane access-controlled expressway, a first of its kind in the country, including a unique 34-meter wide elevated road supported by single pillars over a length of 9km.

PM Modi set to inaugurate Dwarka Expressway of Gurgaon Section
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Prime Minister Narendra Modi will inaugurate the Gurgaon section of the Dwarka Expressway on March 11, along with the roadshow, as per Union Minister Rao Inderjit Singh.

The project is supposed to consist substantial investment of a total worth Rs. 9000 crore, with the first phase in Delhi costing Rs 2,507 crore, the second phase costing Rs 2,068, the third phase worth Rs 2,228 crore, and the fourth phase of Rs 1,859 crore where the Haryana part of the expressway is an 18.9km long stretch from the border to Kherki Daula. While the 10.1km part in Delhi is currently under construction.

 

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The Dwarka Expressway will have an elevated eight-lane access-controlled expressway, a first of its kind in the country, including a unique 34-meter wide elevated road supported by single pillars over a length of 9km.

The Dwarka Expressway is expected to facilitate the enhancement of connectivity between Gurgaon and Delhi’s IGI Airport, and the project encompasses tunnels, underpasses, flyovers, and elevated structures. The new road infrastructure is committed to fostering development in the area, particularly in new sectors.

 

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The construction of the Dwarka Expressway is progressing in four phases, covering different segments from Shiv Murti in Mahipalpur to Bijwasan [5.9km], Bijwasan ROB to Delhi-Haryana border in Gurgaon [4.2km], Delhi-Haryana border to Basai ROB [10.2km] in Haryana, and Basai to Kherki Daula cloverleaf interchange [8.7km].

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