A lot of companies are advertising for property citing nearness to Dwarka expressway corridor.

Shilas, Indiabulls Centrum Park and Ramprastha Edge Tower come to mind.

Does anybody have news on when this construction will start and when it is likely to finish? Has the contract been awarded and to whom?
Date of completion and start of operation will be vital news for evaluating the pricing of flats sold in this corridor.

Last I heard was that a few houses in Palam Vihar were slated for demolition for this expressway in May June 09 or thereabouts.
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  • Originally Posted by pointer


    Sir,
    Any idea when do we get to hear about Metro which was in 'Extreme final stage' some month(s) ago


    well it is going to be in ULTIMATE final stage :) Then it would be in concluding final stage after that last final stage then ending final stage then for sure final stage and then Final Final Stage then only something will happen
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    • Deepak Singh5 months ago
      This is the first time I laughed today. Thanks !!!
  • I would speculate that the metro would be announced only by the time nhai releases the final dpr of the NPR. There may even be small realignments to the metro dpending on the NPR. So I would wait for the NHAI acquisition proceedings and final approval of the NPR plan. This will have many implications for the metro alignment.
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  • Does anyone have any update regarding the Delhi side of Expressway ... I think the 21 days period mentioned in the Gazette is over now
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  • Basai ROB on Dwarka Expressway Officially Opened for public use.
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  • GURUGRAM: After much delay, the railway overbridge at Basai on Dwarka expresswaywas inaugurated by chief minister Manohar Lal Khattaron Saturday.

    Read more at:
    http://m.timesofindia.com/city/gurga...w/59198426.cms
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    • shilac5 months ago
      HUDA admintrator says that only 1.4 km of Dwarka Expressway on the Haryana side remains incomplete and will be completed by year end. Some progress at last!
  • Originally Posted by samggn


    As I said earlier, NPR will not connect directly to NH8 by bypassing the toll operator. That will happen later once either the toll shifts or the toll period is over. Till then it will only be from the slip road.
    CPR was already in the masterplan that was made years ago. It is now going to be used to provide connectivity of NPR to NH8 and SPR as well, as per the original plan. However the issue of the HT lines is going to remain unless they come up with more land for the shifting. This road work is being taken over by NHAI, for same reason as why the NPR was declared a NH. And needless to say NHAI has more money than Huda to make the road quickly.
    Eventually NPR is still going to get connected to NH8 directly as per the original plan.
    In the meantime, there will be connectivity via Manesar between NH8 and NPR.




    I am not sure if I was able to understand this completely. Does this mean, for now, NPR will connect to NH-8 only via CPR (which has a different alignment) and will not go straight touching NH-8 on it's own. As per my understanding, CPR joins the NPR at the crossing of sector-84 and sector - 88 merging with Multi Utility corridor.

    Do you mean eventually (later once it is complete) it will have two exits on NH-8? One via CPR and one directly meeting NH-8 as it goes straight? Need some more light thrown on this.
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    I am not sure if I was able to understand this completely. Does this mean, for now, NPR will connect to NH-8 only via CPR (which has a different alignment) and will not go straight touching NH-8 on it's own. As per my understanding, CPR joins the NPR at the crossing of sector-84 and sector - 88 merging with Multi Utility corridor.

    Do you mean eventually (later once it is complete) it will have two exits on NH-8? One via CPR and one directly meeting NH-8 as it goes straight? Need some more light thrown on this.


    Alignment of CPR is with SPR to allow for smooth connectivity across the highway instead of travelling some distance on it. So if someone lives in say Sect 110 and wants go to Vatika city on Sohna Road, then it will be a quick connectivity using NPR-CPR-SPR route.
    The 2nd connecivity to NH8 will be in the Kherki Dhaula area.
    So if anyone is lets say coming from Dwarka Sector21 and wants to go to DLF corporate greens, then it will be a quick drive using CPR. If anyone wants to go to Daruhera then one would go straight on NPR and come on NH8.
    If I have to go to my factory in Manesar from Sector111, I will not even need to come on NH8 anymore.
    Hope this helps.

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    • tarunt5 months ago
      Thanks a lot.
  • Originally Posted by Maveric007

    The real victims are neither the builder-politician mafia nor the illegal occupants -its just the end users who have bought houses with their life savings and now cant live there because of lack of road and infrastructure.


    If government is really serious, why they don't upgrade the Old bajghera road, why so many faults and damages on non litigation areas, why government is watching over broken 30 feet road which is the only source of reaching Dwark expressway. A single culvert can't be constructed at sector 102 in last two years. Builders are shameless, government doing nothing and we are blaming to oustees those are fighting for their rights. Land is registered or non registered but it's their own purchased land. It's not illegally occupied. If GPA/SPA holders to be blamed then half of the Gurgaon is illegal. So have patience and let the oustees fight for their rights. I am ok to wait for another year. Agar government ki meharbani rahi to 2-3 saal bhi ho sakte hain......
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    • BRapria5 months ago
      I support all the buyers of DEW. But not agree to bought or construct a Tajmahal by distroying the Jhopdi of the Poor's
  • Gurgaon: NPR project report to be submitted this week, tenders to be floated soon
    Updated: Jun 20, 2017 23:35 IST

    By Dhananjay Jha









      Parveen Kumar/HT FILEConstruction for the last leg of the 28-km Dwarka Expressway is likely to begin anytime in the next couple of months. (Parveen Kumar/HT FILE)
      The detailed project report (DPR) on the Northern Peripheral Road (NPR) project, also known as the Dwarka Expressway project, is almost ready and the consultant will submit it to the National Highways Authority of India (NHAI) this week.

      Soon after NHAI receives the DPR, it will invite tenders for construction. NHAI officials said that tenders will be floated by the end of this month.

      Construction for the last leg of the 28-km Dwarka Expressway is likely to begin anytime in the next couple of months and a key part of it will be the building of a cloverleaf, or the connecting peripheral road (CPR) linking the NPR to the SPR (Southern Peripheral Road).

      AECOM, the NHAI’s consultant, is an American multinational engineering firm that provides design, consulting, construction and management services to its clients.

      Ashok Kumar Sharma, NHAI project director, Gurgaon, said, “We will float tenders soon after the DPR is received and approved. The DPR includes the 28km stretch and a cloverleaf roadway on National Highway-8 near Kherki Daula in Gurgaon.”

      Union ministry of road transport and highways (MoRTH) confirmed that the big-ticket infrastructure project is a priority for both the state government and the Centre and construction work will begin and conducted phase-wise.

      An official in the ministry said, “The construction will take place over five-six phases. We hope construction for the cloverleaf and CPR will begin in the first phase. The entire project will be completed in a year-and-a-half.”

      Read I Gurgaon: Huda hears owner’s plea on NPR plot return

      Once opened, those coming from Delhi will be able to access the Dwarka Expressway near Shiv Murti on NH-8. The Gurgaon border, from this point, spans nearly 10km. The expressway will cover the airport, Dwarka and Bijwasan before entering New Palam Vihar in Gurgaon. It will culminate on NH-8, near Kherki Daula, from where motorists could access the SPR. The SPR is the gateway to several residential areas and landmarks in east Gurgaon.

      “The state government’s aim is to connect SPR and NPR by constructing a cloverleaf, which is part of the DPR. We have requested the NHAI to construct cloverleaf and CPR at the earliest,” Yashpal Yadav, administrator, Haryana urban development authority (Huda), said, adding that the cloverleaf an CPR would spur infrastructure growth in the area.


      Once opened, those coming from Delhi will be able to access the Dwarka Expressway near Shiv Murti on NH-8. The Gurgaon border, from this point, spans nearly 10km. The expressway will cover the airport, Dwarka and Bijwasan before entering New Palam Vihar in Gurgaon. It will culminate on NH-8, near Kherki Daula, from where motorists could access the SPR. The SPR is the gateway to several residential areas and landmarks in east Gurgaon.

      “The state government’s aim is to connect SPR and NPR by constructing a cloverleaf, which is part of the DPR. We have requested the NHAI to construct cloverleaf and CPR at the earliest,” Yashpal Yadav, administrator, Haryana urban development authority (Huda), said, adding that the cloverleaf an CPR would spur infrastructure growth in the area.


      Once opened, those coming from Delhi will be able to access the Dwarka Expressway near Shiv Murti on NH-8. The Gurgaon border, from this point, spans nearly 10km. The expressway will cover the airport, Dwarka and Bijwasan before entering New Palam Vihar in Gurgaon. It will culminate on NH-8, near Kherki Daula, from where motorists could access the SPR. The SPR is the gateway to several residential areas and landmarks in east Gurgaon.

      “The state government’s aim is to connect SPR and NPR by constructing a cloverleaf, which is part of the DPR. We have requested the NHAI to construct cloverleaf and CPR at the earliest,” Yashpal Yadav, administrator, Haryana urban development authority (Huda), said, adding that the cloverleaf an CPR would spur infrastructure growth in the area.


      Once opened, those coming from Delhi will be able to access the Dwarka Expressway near Shiv Murti on NH-8. The Gurgaon border, from this point, spans nearly 10km. The expressway will cover the airport, Dwarka and Bijwasan before entering New Palam Vihar in Gurgaon. It will culminate on NH-8, near Kherki Daula, from where motorists could access the SPR. The SPR is the gateway to several residential areas and landmarks in east Gurgaon.

      “The state government’s aim is to connect SPR and NPR by constructing a cloverleaf, which is part of the DPR. We have requested the NHAI to construct cloverleaf and CPR at the earliest,” Yashpal Yadav, administrator, Haryana urban development authority (Huda), said, adding that the cloverleaf an CPR would spur infrastructure growth in the area.


      Once opened, those coming from Delhi will be able to access the Dwarka Expressway near Shiv Murti on NH-8. The Gurgaon border, from this point, spans nearly 10km. The expressway will cover the airport, Dwarka and Bijwasan before entering New Palam Vihar in Gurgaon. It will culminate on NH-8, near Kherki Daula, from where motorists could access the SPR. The SPR is the gateway to several residential areas and landmarks in east Gurgaon.

      “The state government’s aim is to connect SPR and NPR by constructing a cloverleaf, which is part of the DPR. We have requested the NHAI to construct cloverleaf and CPR at the earliest,” Yashpal Yadav, administrator, Haryana urban development authority (Huda), said, adding that the cloverleaf an CPR would spur infrastructure growth in the area.


      Once opened, those coming from Delhi will be able to access the Dwarka Expressway near Shiv Murti on NH-8. The Gurgaon border, from this point, spans nearly 10km. The expressway will cover the airport, Dwarka and Bijwasan before entering New Palam Vihar in Gurgaon. It will culminate on NH-8, near Kherki Daula, from where motorists could access the SPR. The SPR is the gateway to several residential areas and landmarks in east Gurgaon.

      “The state government’s aim is to connect SPR and NPR by constructing a cloverleaf, which is part of the DPR. We have requested the NHAI to construct cloverleaf and CPR at the earliest,” Yashpal Yadav, administrator, Haryana urban development authority (Huda), said, adding that the cloverleaf an CPR would spur infrastructure growth in the area.


      Once opened, those coming from Delhi will be able to access the Dwarka Expressway near Shiv Murti on NH-8. The Gurgaon border, from this point, spans nearly 10km. The expressway will cover the airport, Dwarka and Bijwasan before entering New Palam Vihar in Gurgaon. It will culminate on NH-8, near Kherki Daula, from where motorists could access the SPR. The SPR is the gateway to several residential areas and landmarks in east Gurgaon.

      “The state government’s aim is to connect SPR and NPR by constructing a cloverleaf, which is part of the DPR. We have requested the NHAI to construct cloverleaf and CPR at the earliest,” Yashpal Yadav, administrator, Haryana urban development authority (Huda), said, adding that the cloverleaf an CPR would spur infrastructure growth in the area.


      Once opened, those coming from Delhi will be able to access the Dwarka Expressway near Shiv Murti on NH-8. The Gurgaon border, from this point, spans nearly 10km. The expressway will cover the airport, Dwarka and Bijwasan before entering New Palam Vihar in Gurgaon. It will culminate on NH-8, near Kherki Daula, from where motorists could access the SPR. The SPR is the gateway to several residential areas and landmarks in east Gurgaon.

      “The state government’s aim is to connect SPR and NPR by constructing a cloverleaf, which is part of the DPR. We have requested the NHAI to construct cloverleaf and CPR at the earliest,” Yashpal Yadav, administrator, Haryana urban development authority (Huda), said, adding that the cloverleaf an CPR would spur infrastructure growth in the area.


      Once opened, those coming from Delhi will be able to access the Dwarka Expressway near Shiv Murti on NH-8. The Gurgaon border, from this point, spans nearly 10km. The expressway will cover the airport, Dwarka and Bijwasan before entering New Palam Vihar in Gurgaon. It will culminate on NH-8, near Kherki Daula, from where motorists could access the SPR. The SPR is the gateway to several residential areas and landmarks in east Gurgaon.

      “The state government’s aim is to connect SPR and NPR by constructing a cloverleaf, which is part of the DPR. We have requested the NHAI to construct cloverleaf and CPR at the earliest,” Yashpal Yadav, administrator, Haryana urban development authority (Huda), said, adding that the cloverleaf an CPR would spur infrastructure growth in the area.


      Once opened, those coming from Delhi will be able to access the Dwarka Expressway near Shiv Murti on NH-8. The Gurgaon border, from this point, spans nearly 10km. The expressway will cover the airport, Dwarka and Bijwasan before entering New Palam Vihar in Gurgaon. It will culminate on NH-8, near Kherki Daula, from where motorists could access the SPR. The SPR is the gateway to several residential areas and landmarks in east Gurgaon.

      “The state government’s aim is to connect SPR and NPR by constructing a cloverleaf, which is part of the DPR. We have requested the NHAI to construct cloverleaf and CPR at the earliest,” Yashpal Yadav, administrator, Haryana urban development authority (Huda), said, adding that the cloverleaf an CPR would spur infrastructure growth in the area.
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  • It seems that the New Palam Vihar part which is around 1.4 Kms is the only hurdle that still remains
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  • Originally Posted by Khalsa
    Gurgaon: NPR project report to be submitted this week, tenders to be floated soon


    Updated: Jun 20, 2017 23:35 IST
    .................. It will culminate on NH-8, near Kherki Daula, from where motorists could access the SPR. The SPR is the gateway to several residential areas and landmarks in east Gurgaon.


    What is the status of NPR-NH8 Junction ?
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  • Originally Posted by Designer


    What is the status of NPR-NH8 Junction ?


    Humlogo KO khud hi jodna padega
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  • Dwarka expressway gets National Highway status



    http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/c...w/59249236.cms
    Dwarka expressway gets National Highway status TNN | Jun 21, 2017, 12.33 PM IST GURUGRAM: National Highways Authority of India (NHAI) finally issued notification granting national highway status to 28 km long Dwarka Expressway starting from Shiv Murti in Delhi to Kherki Daula in Gurugram. The notification has come after over a year of announcement made by Union minister Nitin Gadkari to grant NH status to expressway.

    With this notification NHAI has also specified the speed limit of 80kmph on Dwarka Expressway, once completed the road will emerge as an alternate route between Delhi-Gurgaon and it is expected to reduce the traffic load on Delhi-Gurgaon expressway. The move is also expected to expedite the completion of this much delayed project.

    Following the request of Haryana chief minister Manohar Lal Khattar during Global Investor Summit in March 2016 union minister has announced to give NH status to the road. Later in May 2016 MoRTH has given in-principal approval to Dwarka Expressway, now finally NHAI has issued notification in this regard.

    Developers are excited with the development. "We welcome the move as this will allow a positive drift in the momentum for Gurugram's real estate market. NH status will boost infrastructure development of the area and likely to promote investment in new Gurugram," said director of Mapsko, Rahul Singla.

    Terming it a landmark development, official spokesperson of Emaar India, said, "Expressway has great potential due to its proximity with international airport, NH8 and SPR."

    According to notification 28 km long Dwarka Expressway starts from Shiv Murti in Delhi on NH-8 passes through UER-II (parallel to Terminal-3 of Delhi Airport) up to Barthal Chowk (junction of sector 25-26 Dwarka) then it will take left turn and go straight up to Kherki Daula in Gurugram and it culminates on NH-8, around one km before Khrki Daula toll plaza at SPR, CPR junction.

    The 18.1 km stretch of the road is in Gurugram and rest in Delhi. In Gurugram only, around 1.4 km stretch in New Palam Vihar (around 1 km) and Kherki Daula village (around 400 metre) needs to be constructed. While in Delhi 6.5 km stretch from Shiv Murti to Bharthal Chowk is part of UER-II (no need for construction) and remaining 3.4 km stretch from Bharthal Chowk (junction of Dwarka sector 25-26) to Delh-Haryana border needs to be constructed.

    According to NHAI official for this 3.4 km stretch in Delhi, authority has started land acquisition for 2.1 km stretch. Rest of the land is under DDA, which will be handed over to NHAI. "NHAI has started land acquisition process in Village Bamnauli and Bijawan. Total of around 24 hectares of land will be acquired to complete the Delhi portion of the expressway," said the official.

    The horizontal alignment of the road is designed for 80 kmph speed in general. The main carriageway is proposed to be of 8-lane with 3-lane service road on either side. At the intersections flyover has been proposed. In order to avoid traffic jam in future at crossing and junctions NHAI will construct underpass at such spots. "All the major cross road including existing and proposed master road of sectors are supposed to have 4-lane underpasses for smooth movement of traffic," said the official.
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  • Originally Posted by Akrughwani


    Humlogo KO khud hi jodna padega


    There is an issue with toll agreement where any road which can bypass toll can't be linked as that will impact toll revenue
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  • Dose anyone know what is planned for the villages and garbage piles along the expressway? They are a real eyesore. Will they continue as such or will commercial come in front of them or anything else?
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