New master road for sectors 109 & 112 soon, to cut travel time: Gurugram Metropolitan Development Authority


GURGAON: Commuters travelling in and around sectors 109 and 112 could soon find their journeys smoother, with the Gurugram Metropolitan Development Authority (GMDA) planning to construct a 720-metre-long master road in the area. Officials said they are currently seeking public feedback.
“This will be an entirely new master dividing road that will be constructed to provide residents and commuters with an alternative and easy travel between the two sectors. The project has been planned keeping in mind the needs and requests of residents,” said a senior GMDA official.
In its current form, the project includes the construction of the master road along with a roadside drain. It also involves the creation of a concrete kerb and installation of road safety and devices such as road studs and traffic signboards.
“At present, we have put up details of the proposal on the GMDA website for public consultation. Once feedback is obtained and incorporated where possible, we will float tenders and allot work,” said the official. He added that the project, once started, is expected to take about eight months to complete. Located close to the Delhi-Gurgaon border on one end and the Dwarka Expressway on the other, both sectors 109 and 112 see a high level of vehicular footfall as they house churches, temples and gurdwaras, as well as commercial spaces and residential societies.
Residents have welcomed the GMDA’s plan. “A new road will definitely help residents. My only concern is how long it will take for this work to actually be completed because agencies never seem to be able to abide by their timelines,” said Dhan Singh, a resident of Bajghera village.
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