DDA approves development of 20 metro stations

[] With the aim of improving last-mile connectivity, the planning body of the DDA, has approved the development of 20 metro stations and its surrounding areas, under the multi-modal integration (MMI) project

Development of 20 metro stations and its surrounding areas under the multi-modal integration (MMI) project to facilitate last-mile connectivity for metro users, as well as several important road infrastructure projects for the national capital, have been approved, the Delhi Development Authority announced, on November 23, 2016. The decisions were approved by the Unified Traffic and Transportation Infrastructure (Planning & Engineering) Centre (UTTIPEC), in its 53rd governing body meeting, held under the chairmanship of Delhi Lt Governor Najeeb Jung.

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The MMI projects consist of an integrated scheme for pedestrian facilities, such as foot-over-bridge, under-passes and space for parking of auto-rickshaws and e-rickshaws. There would also be provisions for non-motorised vehicles, to solve problems related to exiting around the metro stations, the DDA said.

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“The master plan for Delhi, has proposed the Urban Extension Road-II (UER), which connects National Highways 1, 10 and 8. This road was proposed to reduce traffic on the existing Ring Road and Outer Ring Road. A major part of this road has already been constructed by the DDA. A part of the road alignment, between Kanjhawala and NH-10 (Rohatk Road), has been approved in this meeting of the UTTIPEC. This new road will also have provisions for the MRTS and the BRT system,” the urban body said in a statement.

A proposal to upgrade the existing Bund Road along the canal connecting Bijwasan-Najafgarh Road to the Northern Peripheral Road, was also approved to facilitate local traffic movement between Delhi and Gurgaon. “A road improvement plan for Mangal Pandey Marg in east Delhi, from the foot of the Signature Bridge to the Delhi-UP border (Bhopura), was also approved. This will facilitate smooth traffic on this road in east Delhi,” it said.

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Debora Berti

Università degli Studi di Firenze, IT

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