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News: Two more flyovers to come up on NH-8-30-07-2021


Gurgaon: Union minister for road transport and highways Nitin Gadkari is likely to lay the foundation stones of two much-awaited projects soon — a 1.2km elevated flyover at IMT Manesar and another 800m flyover at Bilaspur Chowk. They are expected to benefit thousands of commuters facing traffic snarls on the Delhi-Gurgaon Expressway.
Gadkari had given the nod for constructing the two flyovers in 2015, but the projects were delayed due to various reasons. Both areas have been in the news for tailbacks and residents of nearby sectors have been demanding a permanent solution to the issue.
Union minister and Gurgaon MP Rao Inderjit Singh, who recently held several meetings with the departments concerned, said the ministry is likely to release tenders for both projects within a week, after which the foundation stones will be laid by Gadkari.

Singh added that not only traffic snarls, several fatal accidents have also been reported on the two stretches in the past few years. “I have been in regular touch with the minister and the departments concerned to speed up the process, as the locals have been raising the issue for several years,” he said.

Due to a dispute with the firm constructing the expressway, however, the project got delayed, the MP further said. “I have raised the issue of the dispute with the Union minister and said it should not affect the projects,” Singh added.

He further said he recently had a detailed meeting with the officials concerned, who informed him that the tenders for both flyover projects will be floated in a week. “While the cost of flyover at IMT Manesar Chowk is around Rs 100 crore, the Bilaspur Chowk flyover will cost around Rs 30 crore. Once these projects are completed, the traffic load on these stretches will be reduced by a great extent,” Singh added.

The MP said he has informed Gadkari about other issues related to the expressway, including the absence of streetlights on flyovers and poor condition of service lanes. “On this, the minister has issued directions to officials to start repair work immediately after the monsoon,” he said.

Apart from IMT Manesar and Bilaspur, flyovers are also planned at Kapriwas Chowk and Bawal in Rewari on the expressway. Due to the present situation and heavy traffic, the travel time between Delhi to Jaipur is around five to six hours, but once these flyovers are operational the travel time between two cities will be substantially reduced and hassle-free, Singh said.

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