2 new flyovers started, Reaching Delhi IGI Airport will now be even easier


To save from this problem, two new flyovers have now been opened here. Many times, people miss their flights due to the traffic jam here. Lakhs of people travel to Delhi’s Indira Gandhi International Airport every day.

New Delhi: Many areas in Delhi are notorious for traffic jams. One of these is the road leading to Indira Gandhi International Airport. This area is also known for its severe traffic jams. Now initiatives are being taken to make it jam-free. According to the information, two new flyovers have been built in the IGI Airport area to ease the travel of passengers. Delhi is infamous all over the world for its traffic jams. Sometimes the traffic jam seems like it takes you hours to travel a distance of just a few minutes.

T-3 to T-4 The problem of traffic jams will end between

Delhi International Airport Limited (DIAL), the company that handles the operations of Delhi Airport, announced the opening of both these flyovers on Wednesday. With the construction of these two new flyovers, commuters will no longer have to face two red lights. The company said that with the commencement of these flyovers, traffic will operate between T-1 and T-3 of the airport without any problem. This will also save time.

Both flyovers are made here

According to information, the first flyover is a parallel access road, which is approximately 600 meters long. It will connect the cargo centre of the airport to NH-8. Through this flyover, heavy vehicles going to the cargo center will be able to move easily the second flyover Aerocity starts from near Andaz Hotel and ends at Spinal Road. It is approximately 800 meters long. Earlier the passengers passing through here had to go through two red lights, but now with this flyover people have to go through these two red lights There will be relief from red lights. This flyover has been named Aerocity Flyover.

At Saraikale Khan on Sunday, the flyover had started

CM Kejriwal inaugurated the new three-lane flyover at Sarai Kale Khan to facilitate signal-free movement of commuters from ITO towards Ashram. Earlier, Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal gave a big gift to the people of Delhi on Sunday. This will make transportation between Central, East and South-West Delhi easier and better.


What is the name of the Delhi flyover?

The Barapullah Flyover provides vital connectivity in Delhi. Spanning the Yamuna River, the Barapullah Bridge connects south Delhi with the eastern areas of the city.

How many flyovers are there in Delhi?

The city with the highest number of flyovers in India is Delhi. With over 245 flyovers, it has more than any other Indian city.

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