A new road is coming which is hoped to boost connectivity. The project will connect Delhi Airport to the one in Jewar. The details of the project were shared recently and it is hoped that the new project will reduce traffic congestion and save time when it comes to travelling. The project will help those with cars get around faster and save time. It is also wide enough so that the issue of bottlenecking of cars does not arise.
New Six-Lane Airport Coming Up From Delhi To Jewar Airport
On the 18th of May the Union Minister of Road Transport and Highways, Nitin Gadkari, made an announcement in which details about the project were revealed. The road will stretch 32 kilometres from the Indira Gandhi International Airport or the IGIA to the Noida International Airport, which is also known as the Jewar Airport in the Gautam Buddh Nagar district.
The project will have six lanes on which the speed limit will be 100 kilometres per hour. According to Gadkari, the estimated cost of the project is a whopping ₹3,000 crore. The estimated time of completion is June 2025.
According to the Union Minister, this project will be completed by the month of June in 2025. The telos behind the project is to make the area surrounding the new Jewar airport an economic hub. The government aims to further develop Gautam Buddh Nagar and the construction of this road will help.
About The New Upcoming NIA
The new Jewar airport, which is the second International airport in Delhi, will be functional from the next year onwards. When it does, it is hoped that it will bring a lot of business and economic boost to the region.
It is also hoped that the new road will help decongest all the roads that lead to the Delhi airport. It is also hoped that the economic boost will help in attracting investment in the area which will further develop the region.
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