Bhalswa Flyover A New Feature Add-On in Smart Delhi

The eight-path Bhalswa Flyover, worked at an expense of Rs 47 crore, will be tossed open to the general population of the national capital tomorrow by Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal will devote. The flyover, part of the 20 km-long Vikaspuri-Wazirabad sans signal raised hallway, is gone for facilitating activity on Outer Ring Road.

The development work of the undertaking was begun by the Public Works Department (PWD) in November, 2013 which is implementing the works of sign free hallway.”Eight-path flyover will be tossed open for open by the Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal tomorrow. PWD Minister Satyendar Jain will notify individuals of advantages about the undertaking. Vice President Minister Manish Sisodia will likewise be available at the occasion,” said a senior government official.

The recently built flyover will help decongest movement in Bhalswa, Burari, Rohini and result in workers saving money on fuel, the authority said, including that around 1.80 lakh vehicles will utilize this stretch every day. Another authority said PWD has spared cash in the task which has been finished before its due date. The PWD had in January opened the hoisted passageway amongst Mangolpuri and Madhuban Chowk in north-west Delhi and opened its next segment at Mukerba Chowk.

In the Mangolpuri and Madhuban Chowk venture, government asserted to have spared Rs 123.05 crore in the development of that stage.From that point, the six-path Burari Flyover was opened for the drivers in North Delhi. Delhi government has asserted to have spared Rs 104 crore in the principal period of the venture, from Prem Bari to Azadpur that was initiated in November a year ago. The flyovers, which are being built under the undertaking of Vikaspuri-Wazirabad without signal raised passageway, are being finished one by one.

Courtesy: Delhismartcities.com

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