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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  • Hi


    Has court delivered judgement ?



    Any updates ?
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    • puneet4206 months ago
      Hi
      Any updates on court decision


  • Tweak City Centre-Dwarka Metro line alignment: GMDA
    Joel Joseph| TNN | Dec 5, 2017, 06:14 IST63GURUGRAM: Gurgaon Metropolitan Development Authority (GMDA) has suggested to Haryana Mass Rapid Transport Corporation (HMRTC) that the route linking Huda City Centre with Dwarka Sector 21 via Gurgaon railway station should be tweaked a little.


    This followed a feasibility report submitted by Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC) to HMRTC a couple of months ago, which had two routes (shorter and longer). Both routes are to start at the existing Huda City Center Metro station (DMRC Yellow Line).


    While the shorter route will cross NH-8 at Rajiv Chowk before terminating at Gurgaon railway station, the longer route will cross NH-8 at Hero Honda Chowk, cover large parts of Old Gurgaon, proceed to Gurgaon railway station and from there on to Palam Vihar via Sector 111 and Bijwasan railway station, before terminating in Dwarka Sector 21 Metro station (DMRC Blue and Airport Express lines).


    The reason given for the tweak is that it will "enable right of way (RoW) control to reside with GMDA, instead of the Railways" and avoid crossing the railway line. While in principle, GMDA has preferred the longer route, it has suggested that beyond Palam Vihar and Sector 23, the route should follow the Palam Vihar-Bijwasan road, and thereafter to Dwarka Sector 21.


    According to GMDA officials, this will ensure timely completion of the project.


    "If the alignment were to go from Sector 23 to Sector 111, the Metro line will have to cross the railway line. We'll then have to approach Railways for RoW, which can be time consuming, delaying the project. The idea is to start and finish the project as soon as possible, to provide relief to lakhs of commuters who depend on private vehicles, buses and auto-rickshaws for their commute," said an official.


    "Also, if the route is tweaked, the journey time between these two places will also be reduced, as the route is shorter. We've also suggested that areas like Sector 111, Bijwasan railway station and Barthal can later be provided access through a separate Metro route along Dwarka expressway (NPR)," he said.


    In October, GMDA had asked residents for suggestions, to which 84% had said the longer route should be implemented.

    Some also suggested the route should go via Udyog Vihar and Iffco Chowk, which have many offices and industrial units.

    HMRTC will take the final decision on the route, after which the tender process will begin, said officials. Land for a depot for either route has been identified near Dhankot Railway station.

    Land issues and other operational and maintenance modalities of the longer route will have to be resolved by Haryana and Delhi governments, as it will cover territory and thus come under the jurisdiction of both governments.
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    • eyeopener6 months ago
      Any news about today's hearing?

      Ya phir again a nayi taarikh?
  • Dwarka Expressway Delhi Side 3D Notification
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    • shilac6 months ago
      The document states"

      "And further, in pursuance of sub-section (2) of section 3D of the said Act, the Central Government hereby declares that on publication of this notification in the Official Gazette, the land specified in the said Schedule shall vest absolutely in the Central Government, free from all encumbrances."

      This makes it pretty clear that the land vests with the Government. Also the Government has acquired a large number of private land some of which could be farmhouses too - as seen from the schedule.
  • Originally Posted by mukesh1987


    Tweak City Centre-Dwarka Metro line alignment: GMDA
    Joel Joseph| TNN | Dec 5, 2017, 06:14 IST63GURUGRAM: Gurgaon Metropolitan Development Authority (GMDA) has suggested to Haryana Mass Rapid Transport Corporation (HMRTC) that the route linking Huda City Centre with Dwarka Sector 21 via Gurgaon railway station should be tweaked a little.


    This followed a feasibility report submitted by Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC) to HMRTC a couple of months ago, which had two routes (shorter and longer). Both routes are to start at the existing Huda City Center Metro station (DMRC Yellow Line).


    While the shorter route will cross NH-8 at Rajiv Chowk before terminating at Gurgaon railway station, the longer route will cross NH-8 at Hero Honda Chowk, cover large parts of Old Gurgaon, proceed to Gurgaon railway station and from there on to Palam Vihar via Sector 111 and Bijwasan railway station, before terminating in Dwarka Sector 21 Metro station (DMRC Blue and Airport Express lines).


    The reason given for the tweak is that it will "enable right of way (RoW) control to reside with GMDA, instead of the Railways" and avoid crossing the railway line. While in principle, GMDA has preferred the longer route, it has suggested that beyond Palam Vihar and Sector 23, the route should follow the Palam Vihar-Bijwasan road, and thereafter to Dwarka Sector 21.


    According to GMDA officials, this will ensure timely completion of the project.


    "If the alignment were to go from Sector 23 to Sector 111, the Metro line will have to cross the railway line. We'll then have to approach Railways for RoW, which can be time consuming, delaying the project. The idea is to start and finish the project as soon as possible, to provide relief to lakhs of commuters who depend on private vehicles, buses and auto-rickshaws for their commute," said an official.


    "Also, if the route is tweaked, the journey time between these two places will also be reduced, as the route is shorter. We've also suggested that areas like Sector 111, Bijwasan railway station and Barthal can later be provided access through a separate Metro route along Dwarka expressway (NPR)," he said.


    In October, GMDA had asked residents for suggestions, to which 84% had said the longer route should be implemented.

    Some also suggested the route should go via Udyog Vihar and Iffco Chowk, which have many offices and industrial units.

    HMRTC will take the final decision on the route, after which the tender process will begin, said officials. Land for a depot for either route has been identified near Dhankot Railway station.

    Land issues and other operational and maintenance modalities of the longer route will have to be resolved by Haryana and Delhi governments, as it will cover territory and thus come under the jurisdiction of both governments.
    What a pathetic alignment...When planners already fixed metro corridor at the central verge of Dwarka Expressway why such sudden changes are happening. I don't think Master plan 2021/31 is worng. Masterplanning requried lot of planing, projections & analysis before deciding landuse adn connectivities.

    This pathetic aligment will be very expensive in terms of construciton and land acquisition ; above all these locations are already within 15 minutes of feeder serive reach to Dwarka expressway alignment. These so called new HMRTC officials seems smoking something. They are planning for internal roads connectivities (which are already there, which need proper traffic management schemes) instead of Metro aligemnt.




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  • Originally Posted by Designer
    Originally Posted by mukesh1987


    Tweak City Centre-Dwarka Metro line alignment: GMDA
    Joel Joseph| TNN | Dec 5, 2017, 06:14 IST63GURUGRAM: Gurgaon Metropolitan Development Authority (GMDA) has suggested to Haryana Mass Rapid Transport Corporation (HMRTC) that the route linking Huda City Centre with Dwarka Sector 21 via Gurgaon railway station should be tweaked a little.


    This followed a feasibility report submitted by Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC) to HMRTC a couple of months ago, which had two routes (shorter and longer). Both routes are to start at the existing Huda City Center Metro station (DMRC Yellow Line).


    While the shorter route will cross NH-8 at Rajiv Chowk before terminating at Gurgaon railway station, the longer route will cross NH-8 at Hero Honda Chowk, cover large parts of Old Gurgaon, proceed to Gurgaon railway station and from there on to Palam Vihar via Sector 111 and Bijwasan railway station, before terminating in Dwarka Sector 21 Metro station (DMRC Blue and Airport Express lines).


    The reason given for the tweak is that it will "enable right of way (RoW) control to reside with GMDA, instead of the Railways" and avoid crossing the railway line. While in principle, GMDA has preferred the longer route, it has suggested that beyond Palam Vihar and Sector 23, the route should follow the Palam Vihar-Bijwasan road, and thereafter to Dwarka Sector 21.


    According to GMDA officials, this will ensure timely completion of the project.


    "If the alignment were to go from Sector 23 to Sector 111, the Metro line will have to cross the railway line. We'll then have to approach Railways for RoW, which can be time consuming, delaying the project. The idea is to start and finish the project as soon as possible, to provide relief to lakhs of commuters who depend on private vehicles, buses and auto-rickshaws for their commute," said an official.


    "Also, if the route is tweaked, the journey time between these two places will also be reduced, as the route is shorter. We've also suggested that areas like Sector 111, Bijwasan railway station and Barthal can later be provided access through a separate Metro route along Dwarka expressway (NPR)," he said.


    In October, GMDA had asked residents for suggestions, to which 84% had said the longer route should be implemented.

    Some also suggested the route should go via Udyog Vihar and Iffco Chowk, which have many offices and industrial units.

    HMRTC will take the final decision on the route, after which the tender process will begin, said officials. Land for a depot for either route has been identified near Dhankot Railway station.

    Land issues and other operational and maintenance modalities of the longer route will have to be resolved by Haryana and Delhi governments, as it will cover territory and thus come under the jurisdiction of both governments.
    What a pathetic alignment...When planners already fixed metro corridor at the central verge of Dwarka Expressway why such sudden changes are happening. I don't think Master plan 2021/31 is worng. Masterplanning requried lot of planing, projections & analysis before deciding landuse adn connectivities.

    This pathetic aligment will be very expensive in terms of construciton and land acquisition ; above all these locations are already within 15 minutes of feeder serive reach to Dwarka expressway alignment. These so called new HMRTC officials seems smoking something. They are planning for internal roads connectivities (which are already there, which need proper traffic management schemes) instead of Metro aligemnt.




    abhi tak samajh nahi aaya ? all those land belongs to the babus and politicians and hence they will get huge sum of money.

    Land is only thing by which government can be held for ransom ;) enjoy 2030 metro ridership at d eway - ha ha ha ah aha ha
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    • rohit_warren6 months ago
      Was this obvious 6 years ago when I said that d eway is not going to happen soon ?
      I still remember you guys making fun of me and creating hype that d eway is going to happen in next xx days - now you guys take a different route to blaming -
      If you people have listened to me about the course that was needed to be taken to fix the situation you would have been happier but no it was one person whom you guys wanted to point out for all the mishappening and guess what who is having the last laugh ?

      The builders, babus, bankers and brokers are still continuing with their dirty game of sucking money from hapless buyers and you guys still want to demean me ?
  • Originally Posted by rohit_warren
    Originally Posted by Designer
    Originally Posted by mukesh1987


    Tweak City Centre-Dwarka Metro line alignment: GMDA
    Joel Joseph| TNN | Dec 5, 2017, 06:14 IST63GURUGRAM: Gurgaon Metropolitan Development Authority (GMDA) has suggested to Haryana Mass Rapid Transport Corporation (HMRTC) that the route linking Huda City Centre with Dwarka Sector 21 via Gurgaon railway station should be tweaked a little.


    This followed a feasibility report submitted by Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC) to HMRTC a couple of months ago, which had two routes (shorter and longer). Both routes are to start at the existing Huda City Center Metro station (DMRC Yellow Line).


    While the shorter route will cross NH-8 at Rajiv Chowk before terminating at Gurgaon railway station, the longer route will cross NH-8 at Hero Honda Chowk, cover large parts of Old Gurgaon, proceed to Gurgaon railway station and from there on to Palam Vihar via Sector 111 and Bijwasan railway station, before terminating in Dwarka Sector 21 Metro station (DMRC Blue and Airport Express lines).


    The reason given for the tweak is that it will "enable right of way (RoW) control to reside with GMDA, instead of the Railways" and avoid crossing the railway line. While in principle, GMDA has preferred the longer route, it has suggested that beyond Palam Vihar and Sector 23, the route should follow the Palam Vihar-Bijwasan road, and thereafter to Dwarka Sector 21.


    According to GMDA officials, this will ensure timely completion of the project.


    "If the alignment were to go from Sector 23 to Sector 111, the Metro line will have to cross the railway line. We'll then have to approach Railways for RoW, which can be time consuming, delaying the project. The idea is to start and finish the project as soon as possible, to provide relief to lakhs of commuters who depend on private vehicles, buses and auto-rickshaws for their commute," said an official.


    "Also, if the route is tweaked, the journey time between these two places will also be reduced, as the route is shorter. We've also suggested that areas like Sector 111, Bijwasan railway station and Barthal can later be provided access through a separate Metro route along Dwarka expressway (NPR)," he said.


    In October, GMDA had asked residents for suggestions, to which 84% had said the longer route should be implemented.

    Some also suggested the route should go via Udyog Vihar and Iffco Chowk, which have many offices and industrial units.

    HMRTC will take the final decision on the route, after which the tender process will begin, said officials. Land for a depot for either route has been identified near Dhankot Railway station.

    Land issues and other operational and maintenance modalities of the longer route will have to be resolved by Haryana and Delhi governments, as it will cover territory and thus come under the jurisdiction of both governments.
    What a pathetic alignment...When planners already fixed metro corridor at the central verge of Dwarka Expressway why such sudden changes are happening. I don't think Master plan 2021/31 is worng. Masterplanning requried lot of planing, projections & analysis before deciding landuse adn connectivities.

    This pathetic aligment will be very expensive in terms of construciton and land acquisition ; above all these locations are already within 15 minutes of feeder serive reach to Dwarka expressway alignment. These so called new HMRTC officials seems smoking something. They are planning for internal roads connectivities (which are already there, which need proper traffic management schemes) instead of Metro aligemnt.




    abhi tak samajh nahi aaya ? all those land belongs to the babus and politicians and hence they will get huge sum of money.

    Land is only thing by which government can be held for ransom ;) enjoy 2030 metro ridership at d eway - ha ha ha ah aha ha
    Govt to expedite Urban Extension Road proj to decongest Delhi

    By PTI | Published: 11th December 2017 09:02 PM |

    Last Updated: 11th December 2017 09:03 PM | A+A A- |



    New Delhi, Dec 11 (PTI) To decongest Delhi, NHAI will expedite development work on Urban Extension Road (UER), a senior ministry official said today.



    In a high-level inter-ministerial meeting, chaired by Road Transport Minister Nitin Gadkari and participated by Delhi Lt Governor Anil Baijal, it was decided that extra cost of UER 11, phase 1 will be shared by NHAI and DDA on a 50:50 basis, the ministry official said.



    Master Plan for Delhi has proposed Urban Extension Road - II (UER) which connects National Highway 1, 10 and 8. This road was proposed to reduce traffic from existing Ring Road and Outer Ring Road.



    Besides, it was decided in the meeting that the work on Urban Extension Road will be expedited, the official said.



    It was also decided that DDA will hand over encumbrance free land.



    "At Junction of UER-II/Dwarka Expressway with NH 8, major interchange has been proposed. The proposed interchange would provide signal free movement in all directions," the official said.



    For this interchange, 14.4 hectares of private land is proposed to be acquired, the official said adding, 11.4 hectare of Airport Authority of India (AAI) land is required.



    The meeting also discussed requirement of 24 hectares of greenfield land for Dwarka Expressway. PTI NAM BAL .t
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  • Originally Posted by Khalsa
    Originally Posted by rohit_warren
    Originally Posted by Designer
    Originally Posted by mukesh1987


    Tweak City Centre-Dwarka Metro line alignment: GMDA
    Joel Joseph| TNN | Dec 5, 2017, 06:14 IST63GURUGRAM: Gurgaon Metropolitan Development Authority (GMDA) has suggested to Haryana Mass Rapid Transport Corporation (HMRTC) that the route linking Huda City Centre with Dwarka Sector 21 via Gurgaon railway station should be tweaked a little.


    This followed a feasibility report submitted by Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC) to HMRTC a couple of months ago, which had two routes (shorter and longer). Both routes are to start at the existing Huda City Center Metro station (DMRC Yellow Line).


    While the shorter route will cross NH-8 at Rajiv Chowk before terminating at Gurgaon railway station, the longer route will cross NH-8 at Hero Honda Chowk, cover large parts of Old Gurgaon, proceed to Gurgaon railway station and from there on to Palam Vihar via Sector 111 and Bijwasan railway station, before terminating in Dwarka Sector 21 Metro station (DMRC Blue and Airport Express lines).


    The reason given for the tweak is that it will "enable right of way (RoW) control to reside with GMDA, instead of the Railways" and avoid crossing the railway line. While in principle, GMDA has preferred the longer route, it has suggested that beyond Palam Vihar and Sector 23, the route should follow the Palam Vihar-Bijwasan road, and thereafter to Dwarka Sector 21.


    According to GMDA officials, this will ensure timely completion of the project.


    "If the alignment were to go from Sector 23 to Sector 111, the Metro line will have to cross the railway line. We'll then have to approach Railways for RoW, which can be time consuming, delaying the project. The idea is to start and finish the project as soon as possible, to provide relief to lakhs of commuters who depend on private vehicles, buses and auto-rickshaws for their commute," said an official.


    "Also, if the route is tweaked, the journey time between these two places will also be reduced, as the route is shorter. We've also suggested that areas like Sector 111, Bijwasan railway station and Barthal can later be provided access through a separate Metro route along Dwarka expressway (NPR)," he said.


    In October, GMDA had asked residents for suggestions, to which 84% had said the longer route should be implemented.

    Some also suggested the route should go via Udyog Vihar and Iffco Chowk, which have many offices and industrial units.

    HMRTC will take the final decision on the route, after which the tender process will begin, said officials. Land for a depot for either route has been identified near Dhankot Railway station.

    Land issues and other operational and maintenance modalities of the longer route will have to be resolved by Haryana and Delhi governments, as it will cover territory and thus come under the jurisdiction of both governments.
    What a pathetic alignment...When planners already fixed metro corridor at the central verge of Dwarka Expressway why such sudden changes are happening. I don't think Master plan 2021/31 is worng. Masterplanning requried lot of planing, projections & analysis before deciding landuse adn connectivities.

    This pathetic aligment will be very expensive in terms of construciton and land acquisition ; above all these locations are already within 15 minutes of feeder serive reach to Dwarka expressway alignment. These so called new HMRTC officials seems smoking something. They are planning for internal roads connectivities (which are already there, which need proper traffic management schemes) instead of Metro aligemnt.




    abhi tak samajh nahi aaya ? all those land belongs to the babus and politicians and hence they will get huge sum of money.

    Land is only thing by which government can be held for ransom ;) enjoy 2030 metro ridership at d eway - ha ha ha ah aha ha
    Govt to expedite Urban Extension Road proj to decongest Delhi

    By PTI | Published: 11th December 2017 09:02 PM |

    Last Updated: 11th December 2017 09:03 PM | A+A A- |



    New Delhi, Dec 11 (PTI) To decongest Delhi, NHAI will expedite development work on Urban Extension Road (UER), a senior ministry official said today.



    In a high-level inter-ministerial meeting, chaired by Road Transport Minister Nitin Gadkari and participated by Delhi Lt Governor Anil Baijal, it was decided that extra cost of UER 11, phase 1 will be shared by NHAI and DDA on a 50:50 basis, the ministry official said.



    Master Plan for Delhi has proposed Urban Extension Road - II (UER) which connects National Highway 1, 10 and 8. This road was proposed to reduce traffic from existing Ring Road and Outer Ring Road.



    Besides, it was decided in the meeting that the work on Urban Extension Road will be expedited, the official said.



    It was also decided that DDA will hand over encumbrance free land.



    "At Junction of UER-II/Dwarka Expressway with NH 8, major interchange has been proposed. The proposed interchange would provide signal free movement in all directions," the official said.



    For this interchange, 14.4 hectares of private land is proposed to be acquired, the official said adding, 11.4 hectare of Airport Authority of India (AAI) land is required.



    The meeting also discussed requirement of 24 hectares of greenfield land for Dwarka Expressway. PTI NAM BAL .t
    Khalsaji: What is the update on the DEW court case?
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  • Originally Posted by Tiger1
    Originally Posted by Khalsa
    Originally Posted by rohit_warren
    Originally Posted by Designer
    Originally Posted by mukesh1987


    Tweak City Centre-Dwarka Metro line alignment: GMDA
    Joel Joseph| TNN | Dec 5, 2017, 06:14 IST63GURUGRAM: Gurgaon Metropolitan Development Authority (GMDA) has suggested to Haryana Mass Rapid Transport Corporation (HMRTC) that the route linking Huda City Centre with Dwarka Sector 21 via Gurgaon railway station should be tweaked a little.


    This followed a feasibility report submitted by Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC) to HMRTC a couple of months ago, which had two routes (shorter and longer). Both routes are to start at the existing Huda City Center Metro station (DMRC Yellow Line).


    While the shorter route will cross NH-8 at Rajiv Chowk before terminating at Gurgaon railway station, the longer route will cross NH-8 at Hero Honda Chowk, cover large parts of Old Gurgaon, proceed to Gurgaon railway station and from there on to Palam Vihar via Sector 111 and Bijwasan railway station, before terminating in Dwarka Sector 21 Metro station (DMRC Blue and Airport Express lines).


    The reason given for the tweak is that it will "enable right of way (RoW) control to reside with GMDA, instead of the Railways" and avoid crossing the railway line. While in principle, GMDA has preferred the longer route, it has suggested that beyond Palam Vihar and Sector 23, the route should follow the Palam Vihar-Bijwasan road, and thereafter to Dwarka Sector 21.


    According to GMDA officials, this will ensure timely completion of the project.


    "If the alignment were to go from Sector 23 to Sector 111, the Metro line will have to cross the railway line. We'll then have to approach Railways for RoW, which can be time consuming, delaying the project. The idea is to start and finish the project as soon as possible, to provide relief to lakhs of commuters who depend on private vehicles, buses and auto-rickshaws for their commute," said an official.


    "Also, if the route is tweaked, the journey time between these two places will also be reduced, as the route is shorter. We've also suggested that areas like Sector 111, Bijwasan railway station and Barthal can later be provided access through a separate Metro route along Dwarka expressway (NPR)," he said.


    In October, GMDA had asked residents for suggestions, to which 84% had said the longer route should be implemented.

    Some also suggested the route should go via Udyog Vihar and Iffco Chowk, which have many offices and industrial units.

    HMRTC will take the final decision on the route, after which the tender process will begin, said officials. Land for a depot for either route has been identified near Dhankot Railway station.

    Land issues and other operational and maintenance modalities of the longer route will have to be resolved by Haryana and Delhi governments, as it will cover territory and thus come under the jurisdiction of both governments.
    What a pathetic alignment...When planners already fixed metro corridor at the central verge of Dwarka Expressway why such sudden changes are happening. I don't think Master plan 2021/31 is worng. Masterplanning requried lot of planing, projections & analysis before deciding landuse adn connectivities.

    This pathetic aligment will be very expensive in terms of construciton and land acquisition ; above all these locations are already within 15 minutes of feeder serive reach to Dwarka expressway alignment. These so called new HMRTC officials seems smoking something. They are planning for internal roads connectivities (which are already there, which need proper traffic management schemes) instead of Metro aligemnt.




    abhi tak samajh nahi aaya ? all those land belongs to the babus and politicians and hence they will get huge sum of money.

    Land is only thing by which government can be held for ransom ;) enjoy 2030 metro ridership at d eway - ha ha ha ah aha ha
    Govt to expedite Urban Extension Road proj to decongest Delhi

    By PTI | Published: 11th December 2017 09:02 PM |

    Last Updated: 11th December 2017 09:03 PM | A+A A- |



    New Delhi, Dec 11 (PTI) To decongest Delhi, NHAI will expedite development work on Urban Extension Road (UER), a senior ministry official said today.



    In a high-level inter-ministerial meeting, chaired by Road Transport Minister Nitin Gadkari and participated by Delhi Lt Governor Anil Baijal, it was decided that extra cost of UER 11, phase 1 will be shared by NHAI and DDA on a 50:50 basis, the ministry official said.



    Master Plan for Delhi has proposed Urban Extension Road - II (UER) which connects National Highway 1, 10 and 8. This road was proposed to reduce traffic from existing Ring Road and Outer Ring Road.



    Besides, it was decided in the meeting that the work on Urban Extension Road will be expedited, the official said.



    It was also decided that DDA will hand over encumbrance free land.



    "At Junction of UER-II/Dwarka Expressway with NH 8, major interchange has been proposed. The proposed interchange would provide signal free movement in all directions," the official said.



    For this interchange, 14.4 hectares of private land is proposed to be acquired, the official said adding, 11.4 hectare of Airport Authority of India (AAI) land is required.



    The meeting also discussed requirement of 24 hectares of greenfield land for Dwarka Expressway. PTI NAM BAL .t
    Khalsaji: What is the update on the DEW court case?
    jan-08 court date
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  • Final hurdle on Dwarka e-way off, to be ready by March 2018

    This is good news for real estate companies that had invested over Rs 60,000 crore in residential and commercial projects along the 150-metre-wide roadway, but had been stymied by the reluctance of buyers due to lack of proper connectivity.Prabhakar Sinha | TNN | December 13, 2017, 11:00 IST

    NEW DELHI: The Northern Peripheral Road, the 24-km long 8-laned expressway awaiting completion since 2012, seems to be finally on the home stretch with the central government acquiring the 22 hectares of land that had stalled the project. This is good news for real estate companies that had invested over Rs 60,000 crore in residential and commercial projects along the 150-metre-wide roadway, but had been stymied by the reluctance of buyers due to lack of proper connectivity.

    The completion of the expressway is likely to revive the prospects of these investments. More than 20,000 apartments and hundreds of thousands square feet of commercial property are ready for possession. But buyers are either delaying taking possession of their properties or are disinclined to occupy them even after taking possession.

    Saying that the expressway would start operating by March 2018, Getamber Anand, chairman of Confederation of Real Estate Developers’ Association and CMD of ATS Infrastructure, said the developers’ community was ready to contribute whatever was required to complete the expressway. Navin Raheja, CMD of the Raheja Group, expressed similar sentiments, reiterating that the completion of the Dwarka Expressway would help revive real estate activity in the region.

    There were two troublesome stretches holding up the road project. Acquisition of a 900-metre patch on the Delhi side of the expressway in Dwarka and a one-kilometre stretch in New Palam Vihar in Haryana was delayed because of the presence of some houses within the required land. The government has offered the owners alternate plots in the developed sectors of Gurgaon such as 37D and 110.

    On November 22, Chandigarh high court had also underlined the process to allot the owners of the acquired land plots as per the direction of the Supreme Court. As the delay in the land acquisition was affecting the completion of the road, the Union government had even transferred the alignment of expressway to the National Highway Authority of India in 2016 and given the road the new name of National Highway 8A.

    The government notified its intention to acquire the land in Dwarka for the construction of road on May 15, 2017 and invited objections from the parties concerned. According to the latest gazette notification, “objections have been received and the same have been considered and disallowed by the competent authority” and the “land specified in the said schedule shall vest absolutely in the central government, free from all encumbrances”.

    “As the entire land required for completing the Dwarka Expressway now vests with NHAI and the tenders for construction have been floated, we are hopeful of a quick completion of the road project,” said Arjun Puri, director, Puri Constructions.

    The highways authority has also initiated the process of taking possession of the land in Kherki Daula in Gurgaon where the Dwarka Expressway connects with the national highway. NHAI has proposed a clover leaf flyover there for seamless merging of traffic from the expressway with that on NH8. The construction is likely to be completed in 2019, a senior NHAI official said. The official added that NHAI’s current focus was to ensure the road was ready for use by early 2018.













    https://realty.economictimes.indiati...-2018/62046620
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  • Originally Posted by MANOJa
    Final hurdle on Dwarka e-way off, to be ready by March 2018

    This is good news for real estate companies that had invested over Rs 60,000 crore in residential and commercial projects along the 150-metre-wide roadway, but had been stymied by the reluctance of buyers due to lack of proper connectivity.Prabhakar Sinha | TNN | December 13, 2017, 11:00 IST

    NEW DELHI: The Northern Peripheral Road, the 24-km long 8-laned expressway awaiting completion since 2012, seems to be finally on the home stretch with the central government acquiring the 22 hectares of land that had stalled the project. This is good news for real estate companies that had invested over Rs 60,000 crore in residential and commercial projects along the 150-metre-wide roadway, but had been stymied by the reluctance of buyers due to lack of proper connectivity.

    The completion of the expressway is likely to revive the prospects of these investments. More than 20,000 apartments and hundreds of thousands square feet of commercial property are ready for possession. But buyers are either delaying taking possession of their properties or are disinclined to occupy them even after taking possession.

    Saying that the expressway would start operating by March 2018, Getamber Anand, chairman of Confederation of Real Estate Developers’ Association and CMD of ATS Infrastructure, said the developers’ community was ready to contribute whatever was required to complete the expressway. Navin Raheja, CMD of the Raheja Group, expressed similar sentiments, reiterating that the completion of the Dwarka Expressway would help revive real estate activity in the region.

    There were two troublesome stretches holding up the road project. Acquisition of a 900-metre patch on the Delhi side of the expressway in Dwarka and a one-kilometre stretch in New Palam Vihar in Haryana was delayed because of the presence of some houses within the required land. The government has offered the owners alternate plots in the developed sectors of Gurgaon such as 37D and 110.

    On November 22, Chandigarh high court had also underlined the process to allot the owners of the acquired land plots as per the direction of the Supreme Court. As the delay in the land acquisition was affecting the completion of the road, the Union government had even transferred the alignment of expressway to the National Highway Authority of India in 2016 and given the road the new name of National Highway 8A.

    The government notified its intention to acquire the land in Dwarka for the construction of road on May 15, 2017 and invited objections from the parties concerned. According to the latest gazette notification, “objections have been received and the same have been considered and disallowed by the competent authority” and the “land specified in the said schedule shall vest absolutely in the central government, free from all encumbrances”.

    “As the entire land required for completing the Dwarka Expressway now vests with NHAI and the tenders for construction have been floated, we are hopeful of a quick completion of the road project,” said Arjun Puri, director, Puri Constructions.

    The highways authority has also initiated the process of taking possession of the land in Kherki Daula in Gurgaon where the Dwarka Expressway connects with the national highway. NHAI has proposed a clover leaf flyover there for seamless merging of traffic from the expressway with that on NH8. The construction is likely to be completed in 2019, a senior NHAI official said. The official added that NHAI’s current focus was to ensure the road was ready for use by early 2018.













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    Saying that the expressway would start operating by March 2018, Getamber Anand, chairman of Confederation of Real Estate Developers’ Association and CMD of ATS Infrastructure,



    Who the heck is he ? It is interesting to see that people / media with respectable names are printing misleading headlines.

    Sold again to builders, bankers, babus and brokers ?
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  • Originally Posted by mukesh1987

    Joel Joseph| TNN | Dec 5, 2017, 06:14 IST63GURUGRAM: Gurgaon Metropolitan Development Authority (GMDA) has suggested to Haryana Mass Rapid Transport Corporation (HMRTC) that the route linking Huda City Centre with Dwarka Sector 21 via Gurgaon railway station should be tweaked a little.

    This followed a feasibility report submitted by Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC) to HMRTC a couple of months ago, which had two routes (shorter and longer). Both routes are to start at the existing Huda City Center Metro station (DMRC Yellow Line).

    Land issues and other operational and maintenance modalities of the longer route will have to be resolved by Haryana and Delhi governments, as it will cover territory and thus come under the jurisdiction of both governments.


    So metro won't be running on the Golf Course Extension and will join from Subhash Chowk to HUDA city center... Please comment, I was planning to buy property on GCX...

    Kindly comment, whether metro will come on GCX or not as proposed plan is change in above post.



    Tweak City Centre-Dwarka Metro line alignment: GMDA
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    • pointer6 months ago
      think that will be by Rapid Metro. Not Delhi/Gurgaon Metro
  • Originally Posted by rohit_warren
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    Originally Posted by mukesh1987


    Tweak City Centre-Dwarka Metro line alignment: GMDA
    Joel Joseph| TNN | Dec 5, 2017, 06:14 IST63GURUGRAM: Gurgaon Metropolitan Development Authority (GMDA) has suggested to Haryana Mass Rapid Transport Corporation (HMRTC)

    In October, GMDA had asked residents for suggestions, to which 84% had said the longer route should be implemented.



    abhi tak samajh nahi aaya ? all those land belongs to the babus and politicians and hence they will get huge sum of money.

    Land is only thing by which government can be held for ransom ;) enjoy 2030 metro ridership at d eway - ha ha ha ah aha ha
    Dear,

    This is India, majority of such Government Infra projects are always delayed by many many years.

    Being into same field, 6 years before I was sure that it will take decades but now I am sure that D-Expressway will come up very soon.

    As far as these tweaky roller coaster routes of Metro, it will never be feasible. HMRC officers are just getting fat paycheques and making their AAKAS happy. They have to show some useless work to make a noise, finally they have to follow D-Expreway Metro corridor.

    One more thing, never expect timely delivery of these type of projects. Refer attached image.
    Dear,

    This is India, majority of such Government Infra projects are always delayed by many many years.

    Being into same field, 6 years before I was sure that it will take decades but now I am sure that D-Expressway will come up very soon.

    As far as these tweaky roller coaster routes of Metro, it will never be feasible. HMRC officers are just getting fat paycheques and making their AAKAS happy. They have to show some useless work to make a noise, finally they have to follow D-Expreway Metro corridor.

    One more thing, never expect timely delivery of these type of projects. Refer attached image.
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    • eyeopener6 months ago
      http://navbharattimes.indiatimes.com/state/punjab-and-haryana/gurgaon/road-will-be-widened-under-daulatabad-flyover/articleshow/62058337.cms
  • Dwarka e-way connector to get extra lanes Shubhra Pant| TNN | Dec 17, 2017, 07:15 IST
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    GURUGRAM: MCG will be converting the stretch connecting Daulatabad flyoverand Dwarka expressway into a four-lane road to ease traffic congestion on the route. The move will bring relief to hundreds of residents living in sectors along the expressway and areas such as Rajinder Park and Daulatabad.

    "This junction has always faced problems in terms of traffic congestion during peak hours. We have often received complaints regarding the traffic mess at this point and hence, we are making some changes in order to cut down on the snarls on the route," a senior MCG official told TOI on Saturday.

    According to officials, the tendering process for the work has started and an estimated Rs 4.5 crore has been sanctioned by Chandigarh for the project.

    The work on the project is expected to be completed in the coming year. There is a one km stretch between Daulatabad flyover and Dwarka expressway. The widening of this stretch will be a big relief to people living in the new sectors along the expressway, including sectors 109, 110, 103 and 106, since in the absence of another approach road, they take this route.


    "The area has a lot of societies and there are no proper roads and the approach from Daulatabad is almost always congested. The road widening project would bring some relief for the people living in the area," said Sushil Kumar, a resident of Sector 109.

    Additionally, the service lanes along the Daulatabad flyover will also be widened to streamline the traffic under the flyover.

    A slip road will also be built near the entry point of the flyover that will take the traffic directly from Daulatabad to Rajinder Park residential area.

    "The widening of the service lane and construction of the slip road will benefit residents in areas such as Rajinder Park, Vishnu Garden, Mahalakshmi Garden, Jai Vihar and Daulatabad Industrial Area," said another MCG official.








    https://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/city/gurgaon/dwarka-e-way-connector-to-get-extra-lanes/articleshow/62101602.cms
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  • Does any one in the forum know the reason for the poastponement of the hearing of the Land Acquisition case for the New Palam Vihar oustees in the High Court? Would appreciate any information on this.
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    • ALTAVISTA5 months ago
      Order dated 22.11.2017 of Chief Justice has decided all the questions of law. Now for questions of fact which are only to be applied in terms of the law decided the matters have been listed on 8.1.2018. The questions of law have all largely been answered in favor of the respondents - HUDA.