D.S. Dhesi Urges Swift Action on Gurugram Road Development

D.S. Dhesi Urges Swift Action on Gurugram Road Development

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Chandigarh: Principal Adviser, Urban Development, D.S. Dhesi held a crucial meeting with officers from the National Highways Authority of India (NHAI) today to discuss the ongoing road development projects in Gurugram. The focus of the meeting was on expediting the acquisition process for the toll plaza relocation from Kherki Daula to Pachgaon.

Dhesi emphasized the urgency of initiating the construction of a toll plaza in Pachgaon, as the necessary land transfers from HSIIDC to GMDA and then to NHAI have been completed with all required documentation. He instructed NHAI to proceed with the acquisition process promptly, under the supervision of NHAI’s Project Director, Rewari, ensuring no delays in the commencement of the project.

Additionally, Dhesi suggested optimizing the construction of roads connecting Sohna, Faridabad, and Jaipur to ensure smooth traffic flow. He proposed the opening of the service road of Dwarka Expressway in Gurugram for the convenience of motorists, with NHAI officers confirming that the ongoing audit of this road will be completed soon.

Addressing pedestrian concerns, Dhesi directed NHAI to construct a pedestrian flyover near IMT on Manesar Highway by June. He also urged the swift completion of the Gurugram-Pataudi Road, with NHAI reporting that 50 percent of the work has already been finished, utilizing a 6 km stretch provided by GMDA for the project.

Expressing concern about the condition of the road from Honda Chowk to Bawal, Deputy Commissioners, Nishant Kumar Yadav recommended widening it. Dhesi promptly directed the authorities to take immediate action on this matter.

The meeting was attended by key officials, including CEO of GMDA, A. Sreenivas, Deputy Commissioner Nishant Kumar Yadav, Commissioner of Municipal Corporation Ashok Garg, and other officers. The discussions and directives aim to enhance the road infrastructure in Gurugram for the benefit of residents and commuters alike.

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