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News: GMDA looks for agency to build missing road links-30-05-2021


Gurgaon: In a move that will bring relief to thousands of residents in the city’s new sectors, the Gurugram Metropolitan Development Authority (GMDA) has invited agencies to build the missing links of several roads in the area.
The new sectors do not have proper road connectivity. Several land patches between the roads were not acquired as they were under litigation, causing grave inconvenience to the residents.
The work, for which the agencies have been invited, include the completion of master dividing roads in sectors 81-82, 92-95 and 81-86 and outer roads of sectors 91 and 92. The GMDA officials said that they have floated the tenders at a cost of around Rs 5 crore and the deadline for submission of bids has been set for June.
Many roads in the new sectors are incomplete as the land could not be acquired over litigation issues. Now that the cases have been settled, we have started the tendering process for the development of roads,” said a senior GMD official.

According to the Gurgaon-Manesar Master Plan 2031, Huda (whose tasks now come under GMDA) have to develop the 60-metre-wide roads, while the internal 24-metre roads are supposed to be developed by builders in their respective areas. However, most builders have only developed the patches in front of their societies, leaving connectivity gaps in these sectors.


The master dividing road for the sector 81/82 main road has an incomplete patch near Vipul Lavanya Road. The sector 92/95 road has an incomplete patch near Sare Homes. In Sector 92, there is another unfinished patch near the Gurgaon university site. Outer roads in sectors 92 and 93 also have such patches. “Once the tenders have been allotted, we expect the work will be completed in the next six months,” said the GMDA official.

The new sectors along the Dwarka Expressway were allotted by the HSVP and many landowners had moved courts over the land acquisition process delaying the development of roads and other utilities in these sectors. This has also delayed the supply of canal water in many sectors as water pipelines could not be laid unless the roads complete.

Last year, the GMDA identified 90 trouble points that are causing hurdles in the road development work. At some places, the length of these disputed stretches is as small as 100 metres. Asked about the internal roads, the officials had claimed that they “do not fall under the GMDA’s ambit”. Even if the authority wants to develop the internal roads in these sectors, the cost of land acquisition is very high and the GMDA won’t be able to afford that. GMDA has, however, raised the matter with the state government for a resolution. However, no decision on the matter has been taken yet.

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