Tuesday, August 16, 2022

New road will link Haryana to Jewar airport in UP

The construction of the road to Jewar International Airport  –connecting Delhi-Mumbai Expressway — from DND Faridabad-Ballabhagarh Bypass KMP link in Gautam Budh Nagar district under the Bharatmala project in Uttar Pradesh and Haryana that will cost INR 2,414.67 crore, had been approved

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India’s Minister for Road Transport Nitin Gadkari said that the government had approved the construction of a road linking Haryana to the upcoming Jewar International Airport near Noida in Uttar Pradesh, reported PTI.

The construction of the road to Jewar International Airport (connecting Delhi-Mumbai Expressway) from DND Faridabad-Ballabhagarh Bypass KMP link in Gautam Budh Nagar district under the Bharatmala project in Uttar Pradesh and Haryana that will cost INR 2,414.67 crore had been approved.

The flyovers would be completed in 18 months. The Minister also pointed out that the flyovers would help domestic and foreign tourists and the local traffic jam problem would be solved

The Minister tweeted that the 31.425 kilometre-long road would be constructed on hybrid annuity mode in two years. The project would also connect Agra, Mathura and western Uttar Pradesh.

Gadkari also mentioned that two flyovers with total length of 2.5 kilometres at Kushinagar (Lord Buddha’s Parinirvana) in Uttar Pradesh had received the government’s nod with a budget of INR 42.67 crore. The flyovers would be completed in 18 months. The Minister also pointed out that the flyovers would help domestic and foreign tourists and the local traffic jam problem would be solved.

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