The second phase of the NH-24 widening project, which stretches from UP Gate till Dasna in Ghaziabad, has met with two hurdles that are likely to delay its completion. The targeted date of completion of the second phase of the project, closely monitored by Prime Minister Narendra Modi, is March 2019.
According to National Highways Authority of India (NHAI), the agency executing the project, hurdles are due to the delay in inter-departmental clearance.
The first problem encountered is the replacement of Ganga Jal pipelines along the highway that has to be funded and undertaken by Noida Authority and UP Housing and Development Board. Read More
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