Dwarka Expressway, India’s first 8-Lane elevated Access Control Project, nearing completion

Announcing that the country’s first elevated 8-lane access control Dwarka Expressway, consisting of a 34-meter wide road constructed on a single pillar, having 18.9 km length accross Haryana and 10.1 km in Delhi, is set to be completed by April 2024, the Union Minister for Road Transport and Highways, Nitin Gadkari informed the total 29.6 km long expressway is costing Rs 9000 crore.

The expressway has a four-level road network, incorporating tunnels, underpasses, flyovers and elevated & grade roads. Notably, a 3.6 km-long 8-lane tunnel, the widest in the country, is being built on the expressway in Delhi to enhance connectivity for the people of Haryana and West Delhi to the Indira Gandhi International Airport.

The expressway will intersect Farukhnagar (SH-15A) near Basai in Haryana and Pataudi Road (SH-26) near Harsaru.

Dwarka Expressway will also cross over the rail line of Delhi-Rewari rail in close proximity to Gurgaon Sector-88 (B) & UER-II, Bharthal. Connecting different sectors of Gurgaon from Sector -21, 88, 84, 99, 113, the expressway will also have an Intelligent Transport System (ITS) facility.


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