Soon, Six Lane National Highway In Delhi-NCR To Reduce Traffic Load In Ashram-Badarpur-Ballabhgarh Areas

Swarajya Staff

Mar 01, 2019, 03:30 PM | Updated 03:30 PM IST

National Highway-44 - Representative Image (Source: SomasundaramNambirajan/Facebook)
National Highway-44 - Representative Image (Source: SomasundaramNambirajan/Facebook)

Nitin Gadkari, Union Minister for Road Transport & Highways, today (1 March) laid the foundation stone for a six-lane access-controlled NH project at Kalindi Kunj-Meethapur Road in Delhi.

The 59 km long highway will begin at Ring Road-DND junction passing through Kalindi bypass and Faridabad-Ballabhgarh bypass and shall finish at the interchange of Delhi-Mumbai Expressway at KMP, reports Press Information Bureau.

The project shall have 7,350 km of the elevated section with two level crossings at four locations of Metro line, 3+3 lane service roads on either side for about 29 km, nine interchanges with improved junctions and 18 new underpasses.

With this project, traffic congestion in Delhi’s Ashram-Badarpur-Faridabad-Ballabhgarh region shall be significantly reduced. Furthermore, a reduction in vehicular pollution is also expected.

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