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Delhi CM urges PWD officials to complete ongoing road projects by 2023

Delhi CM urges PWD officials to complete ongoing road projects by 2023


New Delhi: Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal on Tuesday asked PWD officials to finish the continuing ventures of restructuring of roads here touching the outlines of European cities, within restricted deadline. He has also explored Sriniwaspuri Ring Road and examined the pilot plan of redevelopment.

 

Kejriwal asks PWD to wrap up road projects by 2023



Kejriwal stated that the tender method of restructuring of lanes should be finished in a swift way in order to wrap up the mission by 2023. He had also chaired a review conference with PWD Minister Satyendra Jain and senior generals of the department, on the basis of the continuing project of restructuring and streetscaping of 7-road stretches and 540 km of known roads, stated a Delhi government report.

 

"The process of designing the roads should be done in a swift manner and the project should be completed within the stipulated deadline of 2023. The Public Works Department (PWD) should ensure removal of all obstacles as the projects need to be completed in two years," he announced.

Under the trial project, significant progress has been made on the 35 km extent. Revamping of about 5.5 km long lane from Ring Road to Ashram has been finished, as per the statement.

"Redevelopment of about 6 km of road from Wazirpur Depot Crossing to Rithala Metro Station is ongoing. Work is also underway on a road of about 5.2 km from Britannia Chowk to Outer Ring Road in Pitampura's West Enclave area. The work of beautification of 3.1 km long road from Shivdaspuri Marg to Patel Road, Moti Nagar t-Point to Pusa Road and Laxmi Nagar to Karkari Mor on Vikas Marg is also underway. The redevelopment work area is to be completed by the end of this year," it stated
 

The restructuring projects intents to eradicate road bottlenecks, growing green cover and tiling waysides with grasses and shrubs to regulate dust pollution. The restructured lanes will also have parking area, green belt and pedestrian tracks. The walls beside the roads will be redecorated with designs, the statement further said.