PWD can be engaged on a U-turn below the proposed prolonged flyover
The AAP authorities on Thursday authorized the extension of Ashram flyover as much as DND flyway, a transfer that may ease site visitors congestion in south Delhi.
Speaking to reporters, Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal mentioned the venture shall be accomplished in a yr with a price of Rs 128 crore.
In response to Public Works Division, the venture aimed toward eradicating the slim stretch and the choke-point between the Ashram-DND Flyway may even lower the journey time between Noida and Ashram, and decongest the Ashram flyover which is likely one of the busiest roads within the metropolis, particularly throughout peak hours.
“The Ashram flyover is heavily congested during peak hours and the Ashram-DND stretch is heavily jammed. To combat this issue, a proposal has been passed by the PWD to extend the Ashram flyover up to DND Flyway,” the chief minister mentioned.
A PWD official mentioned the development of a subway on the present Ashram flyover can be underway.
At some extent the place the prolonged Ashram flyover will be a part of the DND flyway, one arm will diverge in direction of Sarai Kale Khan, and the site visitors coming from ITO may even head in direction of the flyover, he mentioned.
“This will reduce the travel time between Noida and Ashram and will decongest the stretch between Ashram flyover and the DND flyway,” the official mentioned.
The Public Works Division can be engaged on a U-turn below the proposed prolonged flyover to hitch the Maharani Bagh and Kilokri village stretch, and keep away from longer route and journey time between the 2.
A rotary shall be constructed on the slim stretch between Kilokri and Maharani Bagh in order that the site visitors shouldn’t be diverted in direction of Sarai Kale Khan. A pedestrian subway may even be constructed alongside the rotary for the benefit of commuters, the official mentioned.