Travel From Noida To AIIMS In Just 45 Minutes With This Elevated Corridor

by Yashasvi Shaktawat 723

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The Barapullah Phase-2 elevated corridor is launching soon which is set to reduce the travel time between Noida and East Delhi.

What Is It?

The Barapullah Phase-2 corridor is all set to open on July 28 which will decongest the traffic on the Ring Road and reduce travel time between Noida and East Delhi. The Delhi government recently confirmed the opening of the corridor after much delay.

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What’s In It?

The elevated corridor will reduce the current travel time from 60 minutes to 45 minutes from Noida to East Delhi. It’s a 4km stretch under phase 1 of the Barapullah road connecting Sarai Kale Khan and JLN Stadium, now further 2 km is being added from JLN Stadium to INA Market connecting Sarai Kale Khan to INA Market.

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Phase 3 of this corridor is expected to be completed by the year 2020 which will extend to another 3.5 km from Mayur Vihar Phase 1 to Sarai Kale Khan.

Once operational, the elevated road will reduce travel time for East Delhi commuters to the Airport.


The Barapullah Phase-2 elevated corridor is set to operational by July 28.


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