Chandigarh, 13 November
The traffic burden on GT Road i.e. NH-1 will be reduced at the time of arrival. North is getting a new expressway. After the approval of the central government, the work on this has already started. The land acquisition process has also been completed. Haryana as well as Uttar Pradesh will benefit greatly from this new green field corridor. Although the major part of the expressway is in UP, Haryana will also benefit from it.
The central government had approved the construction of this expressway from Ambala to Akshardham temple in New Delhi. Work on this project has now begun. It will be connected to the GT Road near Home Minister Anil’s residence in Ambala and near the Shaheedee Smarak being built here. Apart from Haryana, Chandigarh, Himachal Pradesh, Punjab and Jammu and Kashmir will also benefit from this expressway. Apart from heavy traffic, private people can also get an alternative route of GT Road.
Passing through Shamli and Baghpat areas of UP, this expressway will enter Haryana between Indri and Radaur. In a way it can also be called the Yamuna Expressway as it will pass along the river Yamuna at many places. This new road will directly benefit Ambala, Yamunanagar, Kurukshetra and Panchkula. At the same time, the traffic of Karnal, Panipat and Sonipat will be reduced.
Since it will cross the river Yamuna, it will also provide another route to connect UP to Haryana. After meeting on GT Road near Shaheedi Smarak in Ambala Cantt, there will be connectivity from here to Panchkula-Chandigarh to Himachal Pradesh, Punjab and Jammu-Kashmir. Not only this, work is also going on on the ring road to connect Dhillon Plaza in Zirakpur to Kalka Expressway through a bypass. Under this, clover leaf is being made on Ghaggar river. After its construction, traffic from Pinjore-Kalka, Solan and Shimla etc. will be able to reach Derabassi directly.
An expressway near the cabinet
A proposal for a new expressway from Panipat to Chautala village in Sirsa is pending with the Union Cabinet for approval. Most of the formalities have been completed. Its detailed project report (DPR) has been prepared and after the approval of the cabinet, work on it can begin. This project has been prepared under Bharatmala project. It will be built on the lines of Expressway 152D.
A road will also be built from Hisar to Rewari
On the pattern of 152-D, the Ministry of Road and Transport is preparing to build an expressway from Hisar to Rewari. The proposal sent by Haryana has been approved in principle by the Ministry. Its detailed project report is in progress. This new highway will reach Rewari touching Hisar se Tosham, Barhada, Kanina, Mahendragarh etc. Bypasses of cities and towns in between will also be built under it.
A new expressway from Ambala to Akshardham in New Delhi has been approved. After the land acquisition process is completed, the work on it has started. It will serve as an alternative expressway to GT Road. This will directly benefit many states of North India. Green field corridor from Chautala to Panipat and Hisar to Rewari will also get approval soon.
– Dushyant Chautala, Deputy CM