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Industry of Faridabad will also get a benefit of it.
Price of property will also increase which will be beneficial for Real Estate sector companies.
Faridabad on a high with flyover - The Times of India
Monday, October 4, 2010
The good news for commuters of this root is that their will be no toll charges till Diwali for use of the flyover.
Wednesday, September 29, 2010
As per yesterday views the Badarpur Flyover is also being opened for traffic before games and the same has been reported by Times of India today on their website. The commuters from Faridabad to Delhi will be very happy as they face generally major traffic jam problem at Badarpur.
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In view of increasing pollution tree plantation drive must be taken in Badarpur Area. Trees can be planted on the gap between road, road sides, open area and peoples residing and working in this area must be motivated to plant and maintain the greenery.
Thursday, March 25, 2010
Now Delhi is only 6 months away from CommonWealth Games. The development of Metro and Flyover at Badarpur will increase the prices of Real Estate in Surrounding areas of these two projects. As peoples working in Delhi will definitely interested to living in and around Delhi. Start of Metro and Flyover will decrease the traveling time to and from Delhi so the demand for surrounding area will be more and price rise will be seen.
Friday, March 5, 2010
Parallel to it construction of Delhi Metro is also going in Mohan Co-operative Industrial Area at Mathura Road NH-2 Highway.
But in both project it should be kept in mind that quality should not be compromised and precautions and safety measures should be followed to avoid any accident during and after period of construction as some accidents had already taken place at Delhi Metro construction site.
After Start of Badarpur Flyover Jam problem at Badarpur border will solve and peoples commuting between Delhi and Faridabad will not face traffic jam problem. Also it will save lot of time and Flyover will contribute to better development of the surrounding area.
Tuesday, November 11, 2008
Do you think that construction of metro rail will reduce chaos/traffic at Badarpur Border and when it will complete. The construction of flyover from Badarpur Thermal Power Plant to Sec-37 in Faridabad is not started till now so don't think about its completion period. Currently their is too much rush from Jaitpur Mod to Aali Mod and during peak hours the situation is unbearable. In the night when heavy traffic starts moving in and out from Delhi the congestion is uncontrollable.
What is the solution for the same when we know the government machinery is not able to built the Badarpur Flyover soon due to some malign interested peoples having impact in streets of POWER & Administration and because of delay the cost of construction for flyover has increased several times.
Do you think that any one interested to work for this work can take any particular step so that the work for the flyover will start as early as possible or can we take initiative to make some group who work towards the development of Flyover within prescribed deadlines.
Please suggest solutions which comes to your mind.
Monday, March 17, 2008
Approximately 100000 (one lakh) vehicles daily ply on this road and 45 to 50 minutes is the waiting time and goes up in night due to commercial traffic on highway. Approximately 500000 (five lacs) peoples use this road daily basis and 45 minutes wastage means 500000 x 45 = 22500000 minutes mean 3,75,000 hours are wasted. If we calculate on monetary scale than 375000 * 300 (average income for one hour) = Rs. 11,25,00,000/- are wasted on daily basis. If we multiply its from 1825 days i.e 5 (five) years the figure will be Rs. 2,05,31,25,00,000/- is wasted from our national income. In last five years the cost of construction had gone tremendously high which is clear loss to Ex-Chequer’s and also affected the nation’s prosperity. Apart from financial losses the traffic chaos on the road increase pollution heavily and also affects health of commuters.
Many of the industrial associations of Faridabad is saying that cheap land in city attracts many industrial ventures but traffic bottleneck on the approach roads stops businessmen’s and Corporate Sector to starts their project in city.
To deal with all these problems the concept of six lane flyover had been mooted which again did not visualized because of procedural and political compulsions. Flyover will start from BTPC and ends at Sec-37 Faridabad. To construct flyover first of all slip and services roads had to be constructed on both side of border by their respective state governments. National Highway Authority of India will borne the cost of flyover while state governments are responsible for ancillary works.
Now the issue had been raised in parliament also so some news are flashed that work on the flyover is expected to begin by July 2008.