To deal with the persevering with site visitors congestion downside, the Noida authority has determined to widen a 2km stretch of Delhi-Noida Link road at an estimated price of round ₹11 crore, officers within the know of the matter stated.
The authority has carried out a survey on this stretch that begins from Delhi’s Mayur Vihar and ends at Mahamaya flyover, the place the Noida-Better Noida Expressway begins.
The authority carried out a month lengthy survey, and located that the site visitors crawls on this stretch owing to the presence of a number of U-turns in sectors 14A, 15A and Dalit Prerna Sthal. At these turns, the road turns into slim thereby blocking the graceful circulation of site visitors.
The authority survey has advised that this road can be widened by a further automotive lane in the event that they take three steps. “First is to cut back the width of the divider, second is to get rid of the footpath in direction of Dalit Prerna Sthal; and third is to cut back the dimensions of the inexperienced belt in direction of Sector 15A and Movie Metropolis. These three recommendations have come from the survey crew. After the board assembly scheduled on August 13, we’ll give a presentation earlier than the chief government officer for approval of this venture,” stated Shripal Bhati, deputy common supervisor of the Noida authority.
After the CEO provides his approval,the authority will implement this venture that can assist minimize congestion notably throughout peak hours within the morning and night, stated officers.
Hundreds of commuters, who day by day face site visitors congestion on this stretch, have filed complaints to the Noida authority about this lengthy standing challenge.
“We’ve carried out the survey after receiving quite a few complaints from commuters. The authority is taking steps to deal with the congestion. Other than widening this stretch, we’re additionally constructing an elevated road that can ease site visitors pangs on this part. However the elevated road is a long run resolution. Within the quick time period, the authority will widen this road six-lane road over the following three or 4 months,” stated Bhati.
The commuters demand that the authority ought to take measures with out delaying it as congestion causes commuters to lose plenty of time. “The U-turns’ design on this stretch is defective because it leads to congestion. The authority should look into the design of the three U-turns. Other than that, unlawful parking on the pavements in direction of the Dalit Prerna Sthal is one other trigger for congestion,” stated Kapil Singh, a software program engineer and day by day commuter.