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Dwarka Expressway is a high-speed link road, officially known as Northern Peripheral road. It is 29 kms long and 150 meters wide connecting Delhi, Gurgaon and Dwarka .It is an alternative route to NH 8 and is supposed to reduce the travel time because of direct connectivity.
A well laid out plan for its development and its proximity to Delhi’s existing social infrastructure give Dwarka Expressway a unique position.Post-independence, modern India’s first initiative to develop a new diplomatic enclave is also coming up in the vicinity. This will redefine the infrastructure in the entire area. The major commercial zones which are in close proximity are expected to house a cross section of work spaces, hospitality brands and retail developments. The area will see a high number of families settling in the upper Dwarka Expressway as over 25,000 units are expected to be ready for handover in the next four years. With population settlement already in progress, development of commercial establishments and social infrastructure underway around this project, the area is expected to grow impressively.
National Highway Authority of India (NHAI) has already given the road the new name of National Highway Status NH 8A to the 28-km Dwarka Expressway, which starts from Shiv Murti in Delhi and ends at Kherki Daula in Gurgaon. The 18-km stretch of the road is in Gurgaon, while the rest is in Delhi. With settling of the claims of the outsees and DDA handing over the Delhi link to NHAI, Dwarka Expressway is making impressive progress. One can already see population settlement increasing and social infrastructure development taking its shape in the region.
The upcoming ECC in Sector-25, Dwarka will be the largest of its kind in India. Being developed on 90 hectares of land, at a cost of Rs. 260000 crs, it will have a massive exhibition space of 200,000 sq.m. 60,000sq.m. of meeting and convention space and 3500 hotel rooms. ECC is estimated to generate over 5 lakh direct and indirect employment opportunities. The surrounding areas will have a huge impact with better infrastructure when it begin its operations in 2019.
It is a upcoming dedicated area housing embassies, chanceries, high commissions and ambassador residences in Sector 24, Dwarka. The government recently approved the transfer of 34.87 hectares land in Sector 24, Dwarka, from the Delhi Development Authority (DDA) to Land and Development Office (L&DO) for the purpose of second Diplomatic Enclave in the city. The approval came at the meeting of the Union Cabinet chaired by Prime Minister Narendra Modi. With all the modern infrastructure of wide roads and green landscaping which the 2nd Diplomatic Enclave will bring to the area, real estate here is sure to get a major boost.
National Highway Authority of India (NHAI) has already given the road the new name of National Highway Status NH 8A to the 28-km Dwarka Expressway, which starts from Shiv Murti in Delhi and ends at Kherki Daula in Gurgaon. The 18-km stretch of the road is in Gurgaon, while the rest is in Delhi. With settling of the claims of the outsees and DDA handing over the Delhi link to NHAI, Dwarka Expressway is making impressive progress. One can already see population settlement increasing and social infrastructure development taking its shape in the region. All the final hurdles of acquiring land of pending 1.8km stretch from Delhi side has been set off and likely to be fully ready by 2018.
A major world-class transportation hub is being developed at Bijwasan in southwest Delhi by Indian Railway Station Development Corporation (IRSDC) coming up along Dwarka Expressway. This will provide seamless connectivity between the railway station, upcoming metro corridor, IGI Airport and highways including Dwarka Expressway and upcoming Diplomatic Enclave II. This station hub will have 44 pairs of trains that will cater to Rajasthan, Gujarat and Maharashtra.
The Delhi Development Authority (DDA) is developing an 18-hole golf course in Sector-24, Dwarka. It is being developed in accordance with international standards and will be open to all as it will be operated on a pay-and-play basis. The Golf Course will bring international standards of sports facilities to the common man and will also host global tournaments.
A spanking new sports complex is soon to come up with a capacity of 18000 seat, football stadium, a gymkhana club and an outdoor sports complex at Dwarka Sub-city. The project is being undertaken by DDA on a 62 acre of land. Additionally, the project will also provide a full and half hockey fields and parking area with a capacity of 700. This sports complex will come up in Sector 19, situated next to the All India Football Federation. It is just 3 km from the Indira Gandhi International Airport (IGIA) and can be approached from the Sector 9 and Sector 10 Metro stations as well.
It is Delhi NCR’s biggest tunnel road, about 4km long, linking Gurgaon and Dwarka to IGI Airport. Both Dwarka Expressway and the new tunnel road will be executed by the National Highway Authority of India (NHAI). The tunnel will run along the alignment of the existing underground Delhi Airport metro line from T3 Terminal to Dwarka Sector 21 metro station. Dwarka Expressway will act as a by-pass of NH-8 from Gurgaon and will take traffic pressure off the road, providing an alternative route for reaching the airport.
The National Highways Authority of India (NHAI) is all set to construct a 10km elevated road on Dwarka Expressway. The cost of the entire project has been estimated at Rs. 1,800 crore. The elevated road will start from Gurgaon-Delhi border and end near the Basai railway overbridge in Sector 100. This elevated road will give a major relief to the homebuyers living in sectors 80 to 115 along the Dwarka Expressway. The purpose of the elevated road is to separate local traffic from the expressway’s long distance traffic.
The 1300-meter, six lane ROB has been constructed by the Huda Urban development authority (HUDA) and the railways on the Delhi-Gurgaon-Rewari railway track. The plan to construct the ROB was chalked out as part of NPR as the railway track and a drain were coming in the way. The bridge will connect several new sectors on either side of the Dwarka Expresway and improve connectivity between Gurgaon and the international airport for the sectors such as 99, 88-A, 88-B are located right to the ROB and sectors 37-C, 37-D, 36-A, 36-B are on the left.
In an order to direct connectivity of Gurgaon metro to Dwarka along the Dwarka Expressway, DMRC will be linking the metro line to Huda City Centre to Dwarka Sector 21 via Dwark Expressway. To begin this GMDA has preferred the longer route, it has suggested that beyond Palam Vihar and Sector 23, the route should follow the Palam Vihar-Bijwasan road, and thereafter to Dwarka Sector 21.Where is it?
The longest metro route will be extending from existing Huda city metro station will cross NH-8 at Hero Honda Chowk, proceed to Gurgaon railway station and from there on to Palam Vihar via Sector 111 and Bijwasan railway station before terminating in Dwarka Sector 21 Metro station.The Impact:
With direct metro connectivity, the journey time between these two places will also be reduced, as the route is shorter as compared to exiting routes heading via central delhi. Once feasible, it will be a safe & eco-friendly transpiration for the dwarka expressway residents connecting on either both sides of Dwarka and Gurgaon.