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Government to widen road running parallel to Dwarka expressway

GURUGRAM: The Public Works Department (PWD) is ready to enlarge the three.5-km stretch of the Bajghera village street, running parallel to the Dwarka Expressway, to make stronger connectivity between Delhi and Gurugram.

On Friday, PWD minister Rao Narbir Singh laid the foundation stone for the project.

The plan is to turn the two-lane street into 4 lanes and the work is supposed to be completed in a yr. Chander Mohan, superintendent engineer, PWD, said, “The street is being expanded at a value of Rs 22.5 crore and PWD shall be bearing the whole price by itself.” However, in line with resources, the stretch is filled with shops, hawkers, and electrical poles and PWD will need time to remove all encroachments before beginning work at the project.

“The Bajghera Road police test submit needs to be shifted to execute the street enlargement plan,” said a police officer. The street is utilized by many commuters to achieve Delhi. Krishan Singh, a resident of Bajghera said, “During height hours, this street turns into very congested. The enlargement plan is excellent but I have my doubts about how the government will take away all of the encroachments.” Some of the automobiles travelling from Gurugram to Najafgarh or parts of west and south-west Delhi the usage of the Delhi-Gurugram parkway are expected to take this street, reducing traffic quantity at the highway. “Once this street shall be entire it's going to be another course to achieve Delhi,” said a PWD reliable.

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