Construction of the Dwarka Expressway is set to start by the month-end, following the transfer of land by Gurugram authorities to the National Highways Authority of India (NHAI).
Haryana Shahari Vikas Pradhikaran (HSVP), earlier Huda, handed over a 10.2-kilometre stretch between Delhi-gurugram border and the Basai rail overbridge (ROB) to the NHAI on November 29, said officials. The transfer paves the way for the start of work on the third segment of the road project.
Officials said the work will be done in four parts — from Mahipalpur on NH-8 to Kherki Daula. The transfer was completed after a joint inspection of the entire stretch, HSVP officials said. Read More
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