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  • #11

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    Re : Gurgaon Shining or Dying

    Travelling From Cyber City To Maneser Will Be Jam Free...

    Travelling From Cyber City To Maneser Will Be Jam Free...

    Navbharat Times By मनीष अग्रवाल
    साइबर सिटी गुड़गांव से लेकर इंडस्ट्रियल हब मानेसर तक जल्द ही ट्रैफिक जाम से पूरी तरह मुक्ति मिल जाएगी। इसके लिए हरियाणा सरकार ने दिल्ली की एक कंपनी से डिटेल स्टडी कराई है। कंपनी ने सर्वे करके अपनी रिपोर्ट सरकार को सौंप दी है। इसमें 22 फ्लाईओवर, 8 अंडरपास, ट्रॉलों को खड़े होने की जगह, साइकल वालों के लिए अलग लेन बनाने की सिफारिश की गई है। जल्द ही इस पर काम शुरू कर दिया जाएगा। यह जानकारी एनबीटी की तरफ से पूछे गए एक सवाल के जवाब में हरियाणा के मुख्यमंत्री भूपेंद्र सिंह हुड्डा ने दी।
    हुड्डा ने बताया कि ट्रैफिक मैनेजमेंट सिस्टम को हेल्दी बनाने के लिए जोरों से काम किया जा रहा है। इतना ही नहीं राष्ट्रमंडल खेलों को देखते हुए भी पुलिसकर्मियों को टूरिस्टों से बात करने की जानकारी देने समेत उन्हें व्यवहार कुशल बनाने के लिए काम किया जा रहा है। इसके लिए वर्कशॉप भी आयोजित की जा रही हैं।
    मुख्यमंत्री के आदेश पर गुड़गांव के ट्रैफिक प्लान के बारे में डिटेल जानकारी देते हुए गुड़गांव निगम के आयुक्त आर. के. खुल्लर ने बताया कि गुड़गांव से मानेसर को 'गुड़गांव टू मानेसर कॉम्प्लेक्स' माना गया है। इसके लिए दिल्ली की कंपनी अर्बन मास ट्रांजिट को यहां ट्रैफिक व्यवस्था को बेहतर करने का अध्ययन करने की जिम्मेदारी सौंपी गई थी। कंपनी ने स्टडी करके रिपोर्ट सरकार को सौंप दी है। स्टडी में गुड़गांव से मानेसर तक ऐसे 22 चौराहों को चिह्नित किया गया है जहां तत्काल फ्लाईओवर बनाने की जरूरत है। इसके बाद इस रोड पर आने-जाने वाला ट्रैफिक बिना ट्रैफिक जाम से रूबरू हुए आवागमन कर सकेगा।
    इसके अलावा इस रोड पर 8 स्थानों पर अंडरपास भी बनने चाहिए। यह वह स्थान हैं जहां फ्लाईओवर बनाने में परेशानी सामने आ रही है। इसलिए इन स्थानों पर अंडरपास बनाकर ट्रैफिक को स्मूद रास्ता दिखाया जाएगा। यही नहीं साइकल ट्रैक को अलग बनाने की जरूरत भी सर्वे रिपोर्ट में बताई गई है। इससे साइकल सवार वाहनों की चपेट में आने से बच सकेंगे और उन्हें भी अपनी अलग लेन मिल जाएगी।
    खुल्लर ने बताया कि खासतौर से मानेसर में बड़े ट्रॉलों का लोड अधिक होता है। इसलिए गुड़गांव और मानेसर में 3 जगहों को फ्रेट स्टेशन के लिए चुना गया है जहां ऐसे जंबो ट्रॉले खड़े हो सकेंगे जोकि जगह-जगह खड़े होकर ट्रैफिक जाम का कारण बनते हैं। कई बार उनसे हादसे भी हो जाते हैं। अगर संभव होगा तो इन्हीं स्टेशनों से ट्रॉलों में सामान भर दिया जाएगा और इनमें भरे सामान को यहीं से छोटे वाहनों में भरकर उन्हें गंतव्य स्थान तक पहुंचा दिया जाएगा। इससे ट्रॉले ऐसे स्थानों में प्रवेश करने से बच जाएंगे जहां इनके जाने पर अनावश्यक रूप से जाम लग जाता है। गुड़गांव में रिंग रोड बनने से भी काफी राहत मिलेगी। यह सारी प्रक्रिया फ्यूचर विजन डॉक्युमेंट के रूप में की जा रही है।

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    • #12

      #12

      Re : Gurgaon Shining or Dying

      Gurgaon could be turned into Vatican

      Mess of infrastructure == GURGAON

      Its really hard to belive, how the real estate is rising so fast in ggn, despite such poor facilities available.

      There is nothing like conveyance, unless you got your own vehicle travelling a a pain (unless ur destination lies on 3wheeler route)

      with rains pouring in, I wish I had a boat... with my office rite in udyog vihar phase 4, the moment you get out of office main gate, there is hell lot of water and once a car was also washed away in rains, I hope you guys can imagine... what situation it is..

      with the so called all multinationals here.. still the situation is so bad.. that it reminds me of my village roads ... even they r better ..

      I hope the situation someday gets better ...

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      • #13

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        Re : Gurgaon Shining or Dying

        No city is perfect, All cities have their typical problems , more so Indian cities.

        Gurgaon like many other cities has its pros & cons.

        A bit of political will & some kind of mass movement by citizens of Gurgaon , will help Gurgaon become the city, every one wants it to be.
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        • #14

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          Re : Gurgaon Shining or Dying

          Agree Manoja

          I truly agree with you Manoj... the only thing is it does not live upto its name of Millennium city ...

          I really wish its earns that name... ASAP ..

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          • #15

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            Re : Gurgaon Shining or Dying

            Originally posted by ArvindMishra View Post
            If we are getting so many issues in Gurgaon then why Realty sector to high in comparison to Noida.

            Arvind
            Because of Commercialization.

            Many MNCs have set up their corporate offices there..meaning the renatls will go up as well as sale price.
            During the 90s when India opened up..Delhi had no land to offer the MNCs..Noida was a sleepy industrial township..thats when the Private developers of Gurgaon took the initiative and set up good office spaces in Gurgaon.
            No attention was paid to planning and infrastructure..which is causing immense problem now. and unfortunately with main gurgaon almost occupied ..chances to make any Great changes ..are not there...
            Things will just move on...like bombay or south delhi..

            Expect much better planning and infrastructure in Manesar though

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            • #16

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              Re : Gurgaon Shining or Dying

              Zohaib,

              Your comments makes sense . Manesar should have a much better infrastructure & should turn out to be an planned/organized city.
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              • #17

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                Also lets hope .. whatever is currently there in gurgaon .. is kept in good state .. bcoz it may not be as planned as noida.. but whatever is there, the authorities are not looking that also.. that is the bad part ...

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                • #18

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                  Re : Gurgaon Shining or Dying

                  HT news




                  The 150-metre wide Northern Peripheral Road will redefine the real estate dynamics of Gurgaon, says Vandana Ramnani
                  Sagar Parag travels from Dwarka to Manesar for work every day. The drive takes him more than an hour. Parag can't wait for work to begin on the Northern Peripheral Road (NPR), which is likely to reduce his commute time by half. Madhukar Kumar bought a plot in DLF Phase II (close to the NH8) in the late 90s at R1000 per sq yard. Today, the area commands a price of R1.5 lakh per sq yard -almost 100 times the original price.
                  These examples clearly indicate the importance of the proposed 150-metre wide and the 18-km-long NPR, work on which may finally begin. And once that happens, it will not only be a major direct link with Delhi (from Dwarka side) alongside NH8, but will play a major role in redefining the real estate dynamics of Gurgaon.
                  Realty experts point out that the residential/commercial supply that will come up along this new infrastructure development will have a “healthy dampening“ effect on the otherwise spiralling real estate values that one has witnessed of late in Gurgaon.
                  Going forward, once the construction for the NPR takes off, residential sectors along the NPR will see a spurt in high-end housing due to the favourable location it offers, they say. Clearly, the effect on land values is expected to be similar to the impact of the new NH8 (as in Kumar's case) once it becomes operational.
                  According to the new Gurgaon Master Plan 2021, about 10 to 20 new sectors are to come up along the NPR stretch, which will include residential, commercial and institutional development.
                  These are likely to comprise of almost 10,000 residential units. Some of the residential sectors that face the expressway include 113, 111, 110A, 110, 105, 104, 102, 99 and 37 D, among others.

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                  • #19

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                    Re : Gurgaon Shining or Dying

                    Tinesha, I also read this article today.

                    Please note - talking about it is not the same as doing it. Congress loves to talk big - remember how they talked about what we will do in the first 100 days, education reform, CBSE reform etc - all forgotten or in big mess right now.

                    Talking about Dwarka expressway is not the same as building it. The article talks about 6 months just to commision a study on the feasibility before deciding tender specifications.

                    I too am optimistic about this road, but anticipate 10 years for it to reach the levels of Golf course extenstion road in terms of property prices along it.

                    Not a place to chose for livability in the next 10 years .
                    Venky (Please read watch a or before posting)

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                    • #20

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                      Re : Gurgaon Shining or Dying

                      New tax may make Gurgaon flats costlier

                      Dipak Kumar Dash, TNN, Sep 8, 2010, 01.20am IST



                      NEW DELHI: People looking to buy property in Gurgaon and Faridabad may have to fork out an extra 'charge'. With Haryana deciding to levy an infrastructure augmentation charge on developers — if they want to get full or partial completion certificates — chances are that the same will be passed on to buyers.

                      The state assembly passed the Haryana Development and Regulation of Urban Areas (Amendment) Bill, 2010 on Tuesday. Though the government maintained the measure would have no adverse impact on residents who have already bought properties, there is no stopping developers from using the law as an excuse to sell plots and flats at higher rates.

                      The measure is expected to raise funds that will be used by local authorities to provide much-needed facilities in NCR towns that have long suffered from poor infrastructure.

                      The amendment enables private developers to get full and partial completion certificates for projects. It also has a provision under which the state government can levy infrastructure augmentation charges in lieu of the waiver of the 15% cap on profit margin. Sources said even as private builders were not allowed to make more than 15% profit under the earlier provisions of the Act, the rule was hardly followed.

                      A senior official said, "They used to fudge the balancesheet to show under 15% profit. It's the market forces and conditions that decide the property rates, and the norm set by any government is rarely adhered to." He added that so far, not a single developer has applied for completion certificate in Gurgaon, where maximum private development has taken place in the state, and that maintenance of infrastructure facilities is still being carried out by them.

                      "There have been cases of people moving the court against hike in maintenance charges by developers. Now, private developers can exit a project by paying one-time payment for infrastructure augmentation," the official claimed. Sources said this could also benefit private developers since they will be able to avoid paying hefty annual renewal charges for keeping licences of private colonies.

                      But there are apprehensions that after the waiver of profit margin of developers, they might end up selling plots and flats in new areas for higher prices. "For future projects, that possibility can't be ruled out," said a top government functionary.


                      Last edited by Memnon; September 14 2010, 11:50 AM.

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