1 August, Gurugram: The National Highways Authority of India (NHAI) has sought-after land for seamless service roads on either side of the Delhi-Gurgaon main road between Sirhaul and Kherki Daula.Earlier, Union road transport and roads Minister Nitin Gadkari had directed Haryana government to produce adequate house on either side of the national highway in Gurgaon to modify uninterrupted traffic movement.
The 18km portion of the main road within the town doesn’t have seamless service roads which could be a massive reason for the daily chaos created once the native and long route traffic converge at each entry exit points.The NHAI aforesaid separation of native traffic from the long route is important which is feasible solely once alternate service roads area unit accessible right along the 18km stretch between the 2 ends.
We have written to the native administration during this regard. we have a tendency to additionally command a gathering with the highest officers of the district per week past. consequently, survey on the provision of land is being done, however it’s premature to form any longer comments regarding it, Last Frontier Sharma, project director, NHAI, said.
The portion between Rajiv Chowk and Kherki Daula, spanning roughly 7km, is thickly inhabited with villages on the one facet and a cluster of industries on the opposite and probabilities of land convenience area unit slim. The NHAI, however, has written to Municipal Corporation of Gurgram (MCG), Haryana urban development authority (Huda) and Haryana state industrial and infrastructure development corporation (HSIIDC) during this regard.
The traffic drawback in Gurgaon has emerged as a headache for each commuters and also the authorities and also the state and also the Centre have doubly command conferences during this regard. I was additionally gift in one in every of the conferences with the Union Minister once he emphatic on giving land for seamless local road on the national road in Gurgaon. The NHAI’s letter in this regard is result of that meeting. We are working on it, Yashpal Yadav, Huda administrator, said.