New Delhi: The authority has approved the tender for the construction of an elevated road that will connect the Faridabad national highway with the Delhi-Mumbai Expressway link road, and it is expected to be out by next week. The road will help people get rid of a jam in the Mohana area. It will connect Faridabad to Noida International Airport.
The survey work for the road near Faridabad’s Mohana has been completed by the state’s PWD officers. They have thoroughly assessed the existing sewer line, water line, PNG line, electricity line, pillars, and drainage system.
With the aim of improving traffic flow in the region, authorities are gearing up to commence construction work on the road. This development will be particularly beneficial for those travelling to KGP as it will alleviate congestion and slow-moving traffic.
The Mohana road is flanked by residential houses all the way to Chandawali village, and it is home to a bustling main market. These factors contribute to traffic congestion and frequent jams, affecting thousands of daily commuters.
Moreover, the road serves as a significant route for cargo traffic between Faridabad and Gurugram, as well as a popular choice for travellers heading to KGP-KMP, promising a considerable reduction in travel time, around 20 minutes.
The connectivity of numerous villages, including Chandavali, Sotai, Machhagar, Bukharpur, Dayalpur, Panheda, Panheda Khurd, Junheda, Atali, Gadkheda, Maujpur, Chhaysa, Mohana, Mothuka, Hirapur, Nariala, and Narhawali, will witness a notable improvement due to this road development.
Additionally, the project will have a positive impact on traffic conditions in Sector-62, 64, 65, 66, 67, 68, 69, and 70, further enhancing the overall transportation network in the area.