PM Narendra Modi inaugurates Dwarka Expressway In Gurugram

Dwarka Expressway: A Game-Changer in India's Road Infrastructure

The Dwarka Expressway in Haryana, inaugurated by PM Narendra Modi in Gurugram, completed at Rs. 4,100 crore, provides direct connectivity to Delhi Airport and Gurugram Bypass, significantly improving transportation efficiency in the region.

PM Narendra Modi inaugurated several significant projects across the country, including the Lucknow Ring Road and the NH16 section in Andhra Pradesh. These initiatives are aimed at enhancing infrastructure and connectivity, thereby fostering economic growth and development in the respective regions.

On Monday, Prime Minister Narendra Modi inaugurated the Haryana section of the prestigious Dwarka Expressway. This landmark project is expected to enhance traffic flow and alleviate congestion between Delhi and Gurugram on NH-48.

Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar and Nitin Gadkari, Minister of Road Transport and Highways, were also in attendance at the event. The Prime Minister, Narendra Modi, also took the opportunity to inspect the 4-level Interchange of the Haryana Section of the Dwarka Expressway.

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In a post on X (formerly Twitter), PM Modi wrote, ‚ÄúToday is an important day for connectivity across India. At around noon today, 112 National Highways, spread across different states, will be dedicated to the nation or their foundation stones will be laid. The Haryana Section of the Dwarka Expressway will be inaugurated. These projects will boost economic growth and are also in line with our efforts to build next-generation infrastructure.”

About the Dwarka Expressway Gurugram Stretch

  1. The 19 km stretch of the Dwarka Expressway in Haryana has been developed at an approximate cost of Rs. 4,100 crore. This segment is divided into two packages: the first spans 10.2 km from the Delhi-Haryana Border to Basai Rail-over-Bridge (ROB), and the second covers an 8.7 km distance from Basai ROB to Kherki Daula.
  2. The third and fourth sections, totaling approximately 19 km, are located in Gurugram, while the initial two segments, totaling 10 km, are situated in Delhi. Starting from Shiv Murti near Mahipalpur on the Delhi-Gurgaon expressway, it passes through Dwarka Sector 21, the Gurugram border, Basai, and concludes near Kherki Daula on the national highway.
  3. The Expressway is an entirely access-controlled, grade-separated 14-lane corridor, representing a pioneering project in India. It features four multi-level interchanges, incorporating tunnels or underpasses, ground-level road sections, and elevated flyovers.
  4. Notably, it includes an 8-lane elevated structure alongside India’s first 4 km long 8-lane tunnel near IGI airport, described as a ‘shallow tunnel’ due to its less intrusive construction method, as per a report by Times of India. The starting point of the Expressway includes an interchange with two underpasses beneath NH 48, serving over 3 lakh vehicles daily. Its primary goal is to ease traffic congestion and reduce vehicular pollution in the Delhi NCR region.
  5. Importantly, this expressway will provide direct connectivity to the Indira Gandhi International Airport in Delhi and the Gurugram Bypass, significantly enhancing transportation efficiency in the region.

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