Single –free corridor in proposal to connect East-West Delhi

Single –free corridor in proposal to connect East-West Delhi

By Accommodation Times News Service

In a joint initiative, the Delhi Government and Delhi Division of Northern Railways have planned an integrated signal free East-West corridor. With this, commuters will get rid of traffic congestion from Vikas Marg, ITO, New Delhi and other central Delhi areas on the east-west Delhi route. Also, the travel time shall be cut short to nearly 30 minutes as compared to 90 minutes at present.

In a letter to the Delhi Division of Railways, the Delhi Government’s Public Works Department (PWD) has planned a corridor that will provide connectivity at Anand Vihar and New Delhi Railway station.

“It will provide congestion-free connectivity to major railway stations at Anand Vihar and New Delhi. The East West corridor is proposed to start from Anand Vihar railway terminal and traverse along the railway track to New Delhi railway station and then to Punjabi Bagh up to Tikri Border in West Delhi,” the PWD said in the letter addressed to General Manager, Northern Railway.

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