The Ghaziabad Development Authority (GDA) on weekday opened the newly-constructed six-lane Vasundhara flyover, which will facilitate ease hold up at the erstwhile Vasundhara crossing and on the Mohan Nagar-Anand Vihar Link Road. the facility was inaugurated by Ghaziabad MP gen (retired) VK Singh.
According to officers estimates, the 586-meter-long flyover can cater to concerning80th traffic on the Link Road. The project, that was started in April 2018, got completed on May 15 this year with an estimated value of Rs 65crore. The project value conjointly includes the price of utility shifting, GDA officials said. The flyover has 3 lanes on both sides.
With the gap of the flyover, the officers have conjointly proposed a new traffic circulation set up which will be placed in situ in coming days. The plan proposes gap the 2 new U-turns on either facet under the flyover.
“The set up is going to be placed in situ in another 7-10 days once observing the traffic movement. about80th of the traffic between Mohan Nagar and Anand Vihar can move the flyover. The traffic between Vasundhara and Sahibabad can move below the flyover. For the aim, we’ve created a little roundabout below the flyover wherever traffic police will be deployed to control vehicular movement,” VN Singh, authority’s chief engineer, said.
The officials said that if the traffic flow between Sahibabad and Vasundhara is over expected, they’ll install traffic signals to regulate traffic flow.
“We even have facet lanes on the Link Road, apart from the flyover, for vehicular movement on the stretch. These lanes are going to be used by commuters who want to maneuver to Sahibabad or Vasundhara.
we’ve also proposed that the opposite vacant space below the flyover on each end are going to be used as the reversion. These are going to be used by commuters who want to maneuver to the opposite facet of the Link Road. the construction material lying within the vacant space is going to be removed before long,” Singh said.