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A Good Bet

Dwarka Expressway

EMAAR-INDIA
2017-09-05

The National Highway Authority of India (NHAI) has granted National Highway status to the Dwarka Expressway. Once completed, it should become an alternative route between Delhi and Gurugram, and is expected to reduce traffic load on the Delhi Gurgaon Expressway (NH-8). While, at one end towards Delhi, the Expressway connects with Dwarka subcity, the other end towards Gurugram is open to the Kherki Dhaula toll on the Delhi-Jaipur Highway. Once complete, it will take 20 minutes to reach the IGI Airport (T3) from Sector 37C or D. Furthermore, in the near future, the Kherki Dhaula toll plaza would be shifted towards Manesar, further down the point where it exists now, according to plan. This will further decongest the traffic at this point and will connect the Northern Peripheral Road (NPR) directly with the forthcoming Southern Peripheral Road (SPR).

Municipal Corporation of Gurugram has allocated 40 acres land for development of the city’s first medical college in Basai Dhankot village near Sector 102, Dwarka Expressway. With Basai rail over bridge (ROB) opening to public, traffic on the Delhi-Gurgaon Expressway will be decongested, which will boost demand for the area further. Moreover, with feasibility studies underway by DMRC, metro connectivity to the region will soon be realized. On 5th May 2017 in NDTV property show Mr. Yashapal Yadav, Chief Administrator Haryana Development Authority confirmed completion of Dwarka Expressway by end of 2017.

This is indeed a positive momentum for Gurugram’s real estate market, as National Highway (NH) status will boost infrastructure development of the area and will attract more investments in the new Gurugram. Furthermore, the Expressway promises great potential due to its proximity with the International Airport (T3), NH-8 and Southern Peripheral Road (SPR).

 

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