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Does Anybody Have Any Idea When Haldiram Toll Plaza is Going to Move?

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  • #21

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    Re : Does Anybody Have Any Idea When Haldiram Toll Plaza is Going to Move?

    atul bhai... is tower 4 not the luxury tower???? then how come 4100???

    Originally posted by AtulGupta View Post
    Congrats sunny.. you booked in which tower?.I have booked 1 1900 feet in tower 4 4100 rate...

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    • #22

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      Re : Does Anybody Have Any Idea When Haldiram Toll Plaza is Going to Move?

      yes..250 is additional. actually when I booked 250 was added as PLC in booking for but later they clubbed with basic.

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      • #23

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        I had booked in tower 7.

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        • #24

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          The pressure will not be just from builders... let all the roads (NPR, SPR, Faridabad road) be in place... govt will be bound to move the toll. All these roads will be merging in NH8 within 200 meters to 1 km from the present toll location. If the toll is not shifted... one can see day long jam

          TOLL will be shifted for sure... the real question is "WHEN". Will govt take proactive step or will let people suffer and then shift the location?

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          • #25

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            Heard from a big Builder that It will take 2-3 years minimum for Toll movement.

            Teja

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            • #26

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              Re : Does Anybody Have Any Idea When Haldiram Toll Plaza is Going to Move?

              Could be true, but before 2-3 years, almost none of the projects on the NH would be delivered ( except Uppal's Canary etc. ) . So, if this news is correct, Toll would have moved, before u shift in or get possession .

              I am in a wait & watch mode on this .

              Originally posted by ColonelTeja View Post
              Heard from a big Builder that It will take 2-3 years minimum for Toll movement.

              Teja
              Please read IREF rules | FAQ's

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              • #27

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                Re : Does Anybody Have Any Idea When Haldiram Toll Plaza is Going to Move?

                Toll Plaza trouble.. Should go.. Citizens fed up

                Fed up, citizens want toll plaza to go - Hindustan Times

                Thousands of residents, egged on by RWAs and other NGOs, on Sunday staged a massive protest demanding removal of one of the two toll plazas on the Delhi-Gurgaon expressway. The protesters threw open the barriers and allowed commuters to cross the Delhi border toll plaza.

                grouse of the residents is that for a distance of 18 km, Delhi-Gurgaon Supper Connectivity Limited, the firm that operates the expressway, was charging commuters twice over by operating two toll gates - one at Delhi border and another at Kherki Daula.
                The protest was peaceful. The protesters reached the window of tax booths and stopped the toll agents from collecting fee from the commuters.

                A protester said, "As per the toll policy for national highway, the distance between two toll plazas should be at least 65km. But in the Gurgaon expressway two plazas are separated by just 24km. For a person who is going to Manesar from Delhi will have to pay toll fee twice. This is unjustified."

                "They should do away with one of the toll plazas," said a protester. Organisations such as Gurgaon Citizen Council, JAFRA, Saheed Smarak Committee, Indian Ex-Servicemen Movement, Zila Sainik Board and RWAs took part in the demonstration.

                The residents were also unhappy with the facilities provided by the expressway firm. According to them, it takes lot of time to cross a toll plaza as it is always crowded. "The firm is interested only in making money. Even ambulances have to wait for as long as half-an-hour or more at times," said BD Pahuja, secretary of sector 14 RWA.

                However, the firm dismissed the claims of the protesters. A DGSCL official said, "The Delhi-Gurgaon expressway is the busiest expressway in the country with close to 2,00,000 vehicles passing on it daily. Due to sheer increase in the traffic volume, there have been instances of congestion on the expressway and we are putting in our best efforts as well as working closely with the authorities on this. We have highly trained toll collectors to minimise transaction time at the toll window.”

                A real problem that needs to be attended to on priority!!! Probably the worse experience of being in Gurgaon is to get stuck morning and evening twice in a day and still pay for it.. Its a poor attempt on the part of spokesperson of DGSCL to defend the long waiting time.

                Cheers

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                • #28

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                  Re : Does Anybody Have Any Idea When Haldiram Toll Plaza is Going to Move?

                  kaam ho gaya!!! Toll tax served notice by NHAI

                  NHAI may scrap deal with E-way operator DSC
                  NHAI may scrap deal with E-way operator DSC - Hindustan Times

                  he National Highways Authority of India (NHAI) — the nodal agency that develops highways across the country — on Wednesday served a termination notice to DSC Limited, the Delhi-Gurgaon Expressway operator, for violating several terms of the contract that it had signed with the authority.

                  “The Gurgaon-based DSC Limited has been given 15 days to respond to the charges. If they fail to give a satisfactory response, NHAI will terminate the contract and take over the operation and maintenance of the expressway,” said an official, who did not want to be quoted.

                  The violations include the concessionaire’s failure to decongest the 28-km expressway that connects the Millennium City with the Capital, failure to finalise the operation and maintenance programme of the road for 2011-12, and fraud in obtaining financial assistance to the tune of Rs 1,597 crore without NHAI’s approval.

                  A DSC spokesperson confirmed receiving the notice. “We have just received the letter from NHAI and are studying it and shall respond to it soon and present the facts. In any case, on all the points mentioned in the letter we have been in active communication with the NHAI,” a statement issued by the concessionaire said. Hindustan Times had on November 15 first reported that the Delhi-Gurgaon Expressway operator may lose its contract for violating terms of its agreement with NHAI.

                  The NHAI in its notice said DSC had diverted funds to the tune of Rs 1,597 crore from the escrow account - jointly held by it and the authority and where money collected as toll charges goes — to its “own companies and unknown account at the cost of ignoring the operation and maintenance obligation such as capacity augmentation, easing of traffic flow and better tolling arrangement”.

                  “It’s the concessionaire’s contractual agreement to provide comfort and relief to travelers. It has failed to do so despite repeated reminders,” said a NHAI official.

                  The expressway was the first public-private partnership (PPP) project in the highways sector and was awarded to a consortium of Jaypee Industries and DSC on built-operate-transfer (BOT) model in 2002. It is now run solely by DSC Ltd, a company promoted by NRI businessman HS Narula. The company is currently executing six other highway projects on the BOT model.

                  The Union Road Ministry, under whose jurisdiction NHAI falls, had on November 3 written to the authority to initiate legal action against DSC. The ministry told NHAI to “not hesitate in terminating the agreement so that a stellar message and warning is issued to the concessionaire that compliance of the contractual agreement is mandatory failing which will be taken against them”.


                  Above can well be considered as precursor to the realignment of dwarka expressway with NH8 and possibly more enjoyable travel for commuters
                  Cheers
                  Last edited December 10 2011, 12:10 AM.

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                  • #29

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                    Re : Does Anybody Have Any Idea When Haldiram Toll Plaza is Going to Move?

                    HI
                    Greetings

                    The amounts leveled in the notice are large enough for breach of contract and suspension/termination of the same!!!

                    This may bring new dimensions to the projects around NH8 and 8x sectors..

                    Cheers

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                    • #30

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                      Re : Does Anybody Have Any Idea When Haldiram Toll Plaza is Going to Move?

                      BlessU ji,
                      Can they enforce this toll to shift to Bilaspur ?
                      Or is there any news for the same ? Coz there was a proposal to widen both the toll gates...


                      Originally posted by BlessU View Post
                      NHAI may scrap deal with E-way operator DSC
                      NHAI may scrap deal with E-way operator DSC - Hindustan Times

                      he National Highways Authority of India (NHAI) — the nodal agency that develops highways across the country — on Wednesday served a termination notice to DSC Limited, the Delhi-Gurgaon Expressway operator, for violating several terms of the contract that it had signed with the authority.

                      “The Gurgaon-based DSC Limited has been given 15 days to respond to the charges. If they fail to give a satisfactory response, NHAI will terminate the contract and take over the operation and maintenance of the expressway,” said an official, who did not want to be quoted.

                      The violations include the concessionaire’s failure to decongest the 28-km expressway that connects the Millennium City with the Capital, failure to finalise the operation and maintenance programme of the road for 2011-12, and fraud in obtaining financial assistance to the tune of Rs 1,597 crore without NHAI’s approval.

                      A DSC spokesperson confirmed receiving the notice. “We have just received the letter from NHAI and are studying it and shall respond to it soon and present the facts. In any case, on all the points mentioned in the letter we have been in active communication with the NHAI,” a statement issued by the concessionaire said. Hindustan Times had on November 15 first reported that the Delhi-Gurgaon Expressway operator may lose its contract for violating terms of its agreement with NHAI.

                      The NHAI in its notice said DSC had diverted funds to the tune of Rs 1,597 crore from the escrow account - jointly held by it and the authority and where money collected as toll charges goes — to its “own companies and unknown account at the cost of ignoring the operation and maintenance obligation such as capacity augmentation, easing of traffic flow and better tolling arrangement”.

                      “It’s the concessionaire’s contractual agreement to provide comfort and relief to travelers. It has failed to do so despite repeated reminders,” said a NHAI official.

                      The expressway was the first public-private partnership (PPP) project in the highways sector and was awarded to a consortium of Jaypee Industries and DSC on built-operate-transfer (BOT) model in 2002. It is now run solely by DSC Ltd, a company promoted by NRI businessman HS Narula. The company is currently executing six other highway projects on the BOT model.

                      The Union Road Ministry, under whose jurisdiction NHAI falls, had on November 3 written to the authority to initiate legal action against DSC. The ministry told NHAI to “not hesitate in terminating the agreement so that a stellar message and warning is issued to the concessionaire that compliance of the contractual agreement is mandatory failing which will be taken against them”.


                      Above can well be considered as precursor to the realignment of dwarka expressway with NH8 and possibly more enjoyable travel for commuters
                      Cheers

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