Officials of the National Highways Authority of India (NHAI) said they are likely to start work on the remaining section of an under-construction cloverleaf intersection near Kherki Daula, on Dwarka Expressway, by mid-August.
Officials said that they are awaiting the transfer of 0.3 acres from the Municipal Corporation of Gurugram (MCG), which is likely by the month-end. They said that work was delayed due to the Covid-19 pandemic, but is likely to resume in full swing soon.
Nirman Jambulkar, project director, NHAI, said, that work is currently going on at the site and that the work on the 0.3 acres will start in August. “The land will be transferred to us by July-end and this will help us in completing the work,” he said.
The under-construction cloverleaf will connect the Dwarka Expressway, also called the Northern Peripheral Road (NPR), with the Southern Peripheral Road (SPR), which is on the other side of the Delhi-Gurgaon Expressway. It will ensure hassle-free movement of traffic between SPR and NPR, said officials. The cloverleaf will be a two-level interchange, on which left turns will be handled by slip roads.