The Dwarka Expressway is all set to launch in December 2022. In order to ease the traffic congestion on the Delhi-Gurgaon expressway, the state government has decided to build a new expressway. It is proposed to be built in a length of 22 km and is scheduled to be completed by December 2022. The expressway will have a six-lane road and will connect Delhi with Gurgaon. It is expected to reduce travel time by up to 70 minutes.
The Dwarka Expressway is a part of the Delhi Metro. The expressway will connect Dwarka Sector 21 with the Terminal 1 of the Delhi airport. It will also have a total of eight stations including one at Airport Terminal 1. The expressway will have a total of eight lanes, which will be able to accommodate up to 16,000 cars per hour.
The expressway will be a part of the Delhi Metro and will be a major relief for commuters. The expressway will connect Dwarka to Noida, one of the biggest industrial cities in India. The construction of the expressway has already begun and is expected to be completed by 2022.
The expressway will reduce the travel time of commuters by an hour and 30 minutes, which will help the city’s economy and connect it to Delhi. This expressway will also connect the city with major cities like Jaipur, Agra, Mathura, Kanpur, Lucknow, etc.
The 29 km expressway, which is anticipated to fetch Rs 9,000 crore is intended to replace the National Highway- 48 as the northern ring road between Delhi and Gurugram. Beginning in Shiv Murti in the nation’s capital, it’ll continue to Kherki Daula in Gurugram.
The expressway being developed along the new sectors in Gurugram would be a vital route for thousands of residents in the NCR city, in addition to relieving traffic on NH- 48.
The 18.9 km portion of the expressway presently listed for induction will be in Gurugram, while the remaining section in Delhi will not be finished until the middle of 2023, according to functionaries.
These are some important updates on the Dwarka expressway that will help you know better about its construction deadline.
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