Prime Minister Narendra Modi is expected to officially inaugurate the Gurugram section of the Dwarka Expressway in June. The Dwarka Expressway is being developed from Gurugram’s Kherki Daula toll plaza to Shivmurti in Mahipalpur.
However, The project’s start date has not yet been decided. Before the Expressway opens, Nitin Gadkari, the Union Minister for Road Transport and Highways will visit the expressway. The Dwarka Expressway is Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s dream project. As a result, a plan has been designed for him to open the Gurugram section of the Expressway. By May 15, authorities want to finish both the Gurugram section of the Dwarka Motorway and the entire Cloverleaf flyover at the Kherki Daula toll plaza on the Delhi-Jaipur Motorway.
Prime Minister #NarendraModi is expected to formally inaugurate the Gurugram portion of the #DwarkaExpressway in June.— 100acress.com (@100acressdotcom) April 26, 2023
However, the inauguration date of the project is yet to be finalized. pic.twitter.com/c18jLHShag
The Dwarka Expressway is being built from near the Kherki Daula toll plaza in Gurugram to Shivmurti in Mahipalpur, Delhi. This expressway, worth Rs 9,000 crore, spans 18.9 kilometers in Gurugram and 10.1 km in Delhi.
A total of 23 km are elevated, with around 4 kilometers under construction. The Dwarka Motorway to Palam Airport tunnel is being built at a length of 3.6 km. In addition to the flyover, an underpass will be built to connect the Delhi-Gurugram Motorway to the Dwarka Motorway in Mahipalpur.
The Dwarka Expressway is being developed from Gurugram’s Kherki Daula toll plaza to Mahipalpur’s Shivmurti Delhi. This Expressway, worth Rs 9,000 crore, covers 18.9 kilometers in Gurugram and 10.1 kilometers in Delhi.
A total of 23 kilometers are elevated, with around 4 kilometers now under construction. The 3.6 km-long Dwarka Expressway to Palam Airport tunnel is currently being constructed. In addition to the flyover, a tunnel will be constructed to link the Dwarka Motorway in Mahipalpur to the Delhi-Gurugram Motorway.
According to authorities, senior district administration officials, as well as officials from the National Highway Authority of India (NAHI), will visit the Dwarka Motorway this week.
The Northern Peripheral Road, also known as NH 248-BB or the Dwarka Expressway, runs from Shiv-Murti on the NH-8 (Delhi-Gurugram Expressway) to Kherki Daula Toll Plaza before passing through Dwarka Sector 21, the Gurugram boundary, and Basai. It is anticipated to improve the flow of traffic on the Delhi-Gurgaon Expressway and other major roads.