DDA to make six-lane elevated corridor between Mayur Vihar and Noida
NEW DELHI: The Delhi Development Authority on Friday decided to make 6-lane divided dual-carriageway elevated corridor between existing Mayur Vihar flyover in Delhi and Mahamaya flyover in Noida that will decongest existing Mayur Vihar- Noida Link road which leads to Noida - Greater Noida Expressway and Kalindi Kunj.
"This road provides alternative route along the right bank of Shahdara drain running parallel to existing Mayur Vihar- Noida Road right up to Mahamaya flyover in Noida. Traffic coming from Delhi and going towards Noida may deviate from Mayur Vihar Extension flyover to go to Noida - Gr. Noida Expressway & Kalindi Kunj uninterrupted," said an official.
He added that similarly, traffic coming from Noida Expressway & Kalindi Kunj area may take a loop from Expressway to use this corridor to reach right up to the end of existing Mayur Vihar flyover uninterrupted. Important Noida roads in this stretch of about 5.50 Km shall also be given connectivity through loops.
Meanwhile, Noida Authority has proposed a 6-lane road passing through Shahadra Drain and Yamuna River connected with approach roads, underpass etc from Mahamaya flyover to Kalindi Kunj intersection.
Noida Authority officials said the work on the corridor, estimated to cost Rs 650 crore, would begin by January 2019 and is scheduled to end in 42 months. Half of the project cost would be borne by the Noida Authority, while the other half by the Uttar Pradesh government.