Union MinisterNitin Gadkari will Saturday inaugurate a flyover at the national capital’s Dhaula Kuan junction, considered as the first step towards development of a signal free corridor to the Indira Gandhi International Airport, the government said Friday.
The flyover has been built in a record time of 136 days and will reduce the waiting time at Dhaula Kuan traffic signal. Transport Minister Gadkari will inaugurate the four-lane flyover at Dhaula Kuan junction near Dhaula Kuan Metro Station on NH-8 on Saturday, Ministry of Road Transport and Highways said in a statement.
“The flyover, which will reduce the waiting time at the traffic light by 30 minutes at peak hours, is the first step towards development of an eight-lane, signal free Dhaula Kuan-Airport corridor,” it said.
The National Highway-8 (New NH-48) is the prime link providing connectivity to the IGI Airport from Delhi and the National Capital Region. Read More
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