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News: Flyovers, extra lanes to decongest Delhi-Jaipur highway-10-09-2021



Gurgaon: The National Highways Authority of India (NHAI) is working on an action plan to remove all the roadblocks between Gurgaon and Bawal in Rewari in an attempt to make commuting on the Delhi-Jaipur highway congestion-free. The highways authority plans to construct two flyovers between Gurgaon and Bawal as well as additional lanes on two congestion-prone spots on the stretch, officials have said.
Last month, Gurgaon MP Rao Inderjit Singh announced that the NHAI would construct new flyovers on the Delhi-Jaipur highway to bring relief to the commuters from chronic congestion.
In the first phase, the NHAI is planning to consider the long-pending demands of the residents of Manesar to construct a 1.2-km elevated flyover near IMT Manesar Chowk that would not only help reduce congestion but also prevent the instances of fatal road accidents as there’s no provision for the locals to get to the other side of the highway without struggling to navigate through vehicles passing by at a high speed.

“The construction of the elevated corridor has been one of our priorities and we are assessing the feasibility of the project. We also have plans to introduce a few more flyovers to decongest multiple spots on the stretch that have become prone to congestion and accidents due to haphazard and unplanned urbanisation around the national highway. In the next few weeks, we hope to roll out these projects,” said a senior NHAI official.

Besides the proposed flyover near IMT Chowk is estimated to cost around Rs 90 crore, the highways authority will also build a flyover at Bilaspur Chowk on the same stretch. Bilaspur Chowk has been identified as not only a blackspot for road fatalities, but it also sees chronic congestion. An 800m flyover will be constructed here at a cost of Rs 23 crore, according to officials.


Furthermore, the NHAI also plans to construct additional lanes on Masani barrage and Banipur Chowk in Bawal. For this, the highways authority has allocated Rs 15 crore and Rs 25 crore, respectively.

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