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Here You See PM Modi Now Opening A Raised Section Of the Haryana Dwarka Expressway.

The eight-lane, high-speed Dwarka Expressway portion in Haryana was opened by Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday.

This project is anticipated to reduce traffic between Delhi and Gurugram.

On Monday, Prime Minister Narendra Modi opened the Dwarka Expressway’s Haryana segment in Gurugram. The first elevated highway in India, this eight-lane high-speed expressway is anticipated to reduce traffic and increase flow between Delhi and Gurugram.

The Haryana portion consists of two packages:

one from Basai ROB to Kherki Daula (Cloverleaf Interchange) (8.7 km) and the other from the Delhi-Haryana border to Basai ROB (10.2 km).

The construction of the 19-km portion came at a cost of almost Rs 4,100 crore.

The DWARKA Expressway’s features

The expressway is the first eight-lane single-pillar flyover and elevated urban expressway in the nation. An estimated Rs 9,000 crore is being spent on building the entire stretch.

The expressway length Is around 19 km, with 10 km in Delhi and the remaining 9 km in Haryana.

The high-speed highway travels through Dwarka Sector 21 in Delhi, the Gurugram border, and Basai before ending close to the Kherki Daula Toll Plaza. It starts at Shiv-Murti on the Delhi-Gurugram highway.

Four multi-level interchanges, including an elevated flyover, a flyover above a flyover, an at-grade road segment, and tunnels or underpasses, will be present.

The first of Its sort in the country, the 9-kilometer-long by 34-meter-wide elevated road with eight lanes on a single pillar in the country. The section also has India’s widest (eight lanes) and longest (3.6 km) urban road tunnel.

When finished, it would also offer easy access to Dwarka Sector 25 in Delhi, the future location of the India International Convention Centre (IICC).

Via a short tunnel, the highway will serve as a backup route to the Indira Gandhi International Airport.

It links Sector-21 with Dwarka Sectors 88, 83, 84, 99, and 113, as well as the planned Global City in the Gurugram region.

There are advanced safety features on the expressway, fully automated toll collection, and an Efficient Transport System (ITS) will .

Firstly, a 5.9-kilometer stretch in the Delhi region from Shiv Murti in Mahipalpur to Bijwasan.

An estimated 2 lakh MT of steel (30 times the steel used in the Eiffel Tower) and 20 lakh cubic meters of concrete (6 times the concrete used in the Burj Khalifa) will be needed for the entire construction.

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