The National Highway Authority of India (NHAI) claims that after 26 January, the journey from Meerut to Delhi will be completed in 45 minutes. Vehicles on the Meerut from Dasna, the fourth phase of Delhi-Meerut Expressway, are seen filling up.
On Sunday, MP Rajendra Aggarwal inspected the expressway from Dasna to Meerut along with BJP district and metropolitan officials. A convoy of 20 vehicles climbed from Dasna and landed at Partapur.
The MP walked directly from Meerut-Bulandshahar Highway at 12 noon to Dasna. At two o’clock in the afternoon, we proceeded towards Meerut. The speed of the trains was 60 km per hour. However, NHAI’s project manager Arvind Kumar and GR Infra’s project manager Manoj Bairwa spoke about the facilities and other information on the expressway at three places along the way.
The convoy stopped directly at Meerut at 3 pm in the Pratapur Interchange. Almost all the work has been completed on the way. Only finishing work on the expressway remains. It will also be completed in the next one to two weeks.
MP Rajendra Aggarwal said that the expressway will be inaugurated in February with Union Transport Minister Nitin Gadkari. Work is still left here
Dasna: Guarders are placed above the railway gate. The ROB has to be completed in one part here. The Central Bridge is also to be connected.
Eastern Peripheral Expressway: The Eastern Peripheral Expressway ahead of Dasna is passing over the Delhi-Meerut Expressway. The work of one part to add this part to another part of Eastern Peripheral is still pending. It has also been claimed to be added soon.
Paratapur Interchange: These are the main and final hub of Delhi-Meerut Expressway. Here also the work is in the final stage. NHAI claims that the interchange will be ready by the second week of January.
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