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Old September 3rd, 2019, 08:06 PM   #161
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Phase 3 of Delhi-Meerut Expressway now open, reach Hapur from Dasna in 15 mins
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The National Highways Authority of India (NHAI) has opened the 22.3km long phase 3 of the Delhi-Meerut Expressway project following which commuters wil now be able to reach Hapur from Dasna within 15-20 minutes.

https://www.hindustantimes.com/noida...GHkvEGIDJ.html
Yep, as predicted in my previous post they opened Dasna Hapur section on 2nd, Sep (just 2 days late). So, you can whiz past Dasna Hapur on your way to major hillstations like Nainital etc. in just 20 mins.
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Old September 5th, 2019, 04:24 PM   #165
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Indian public is really horrendous. You can see all bikes coming wrong way on the FLYOVER! People have stopped cars, trucks, bikes in the middle of roads.
Indians have no traffic sense and I wonder those 23,000 Rs. challans are the only way to tame these people.
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Indian public is really horrendous. You can see all bikes coming wrong way on the FLYOVER! People have stopped cars, trucks, bikes in the middle of roads.
Indians have no traffic sense and I wonder those 23,000 Rs. challans are the only way to tame these people.
I'm often wary about opening videos of roadways in India fearing an instant massive rise in my internal body temperature. Car/truck/bus drivers can still be tamed, but bikers... the filthy creatures that they are, need to shot dead the second they're spotted on public roads.
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I'm often wary about opening videos of roadways in India fearing an instant massive rise in my internal body temperature. Car/truck/bus drivers can still be tamed, but bikers... the filthy creatures that they are, need to shot dead the second they're spotted on public roads.
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Nitin Gadkari to inaugurate 3rd phase of Delhi-Meerut e-way on September 30

The 22.3 km-long third phase of the Delhi-Meerut Expressways from Dasna to Hapur will be inaugurated on September 30. After the completion of this stretch, commuters will be able to reduce travel time by more than an hour. Commuters will be able to reach Hapur from Dasna within 15-20 minutes. This stretch will have a speed limit of 100 km per hour. The total cost of third phase of this stretch is Rs 1,989 crore.

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Old December 12th, 2019, 08:01 PM   #171
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Over 71 hectares handed over to NHAI for Delhi-Meerut expressway (Ph.4 works will now start)

GHAZIABAD: The district administration has handed over over 71 hectares to the National Highways Authority of India for the construction of the Delhi-Meerut expressway here, an official said on Sunday.

The chief secretary of Uttar Pradesh was instructed by Prime Minister Narendra Modi through videoconferencing to clear the land at Dasna, Rasoolpur, Sikrod and Kushaliya villages within 45 days.

As many as 201 houses were demolished with the help of owners and the target was achieved within 15 days, said District Magistrate Ajay Shankar Pandey.

Pandey said Rs 10.28 crore compensation was awarded to 81 villagers on Sunday.

Fifty farmers would be awarded compensation on Monday and the rest would get it within a week, he said.

"Camps were organised at all four villages and compensation was transferred to their accounts. The possession of 71.14 hectares was given to the NHAI," said Pandey, adding that the hurdle in the construction of the expressway had been cleared.
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Delhi Meerut Expressway: Two lanes over Hindon canal likely to be opened this week
CITIES Updated: Jan 19, 2020 23:49 IST
The National Highways Authority of India (NHAI) has planned to open 14 lanes of the Delhi Meerut Expressway (DME), from UP Gate up to Pratap Vihar, by the end of February. According to officials, these include the lanes being constructed over the Hindon canal near UP Gate, as well as over the River Hindon Bridge near Chijarsi.

This stretch, around nine kilometres, is part of the second phase of the DME. The total length of the second phase is about 19.2km and it extends from UP Gate to Dasna. It is proposed to have six expressway lanes and eight highway lanes.

According to officials, the work over the two water bodies had been going on since September last year and faced hurdles due to ban on construction activities and inclement weather conditions.

The two under-construction lanes of the DME going over the Hindon canal are likely to get completed soon and we are planning to open it by next week. As of now, there are only two operational Delhi to Ghaziabad lanes over the canal. On the opposite side of the road, the lanes going from Ghaziabad to Delhi are operational. Once these under-construction lanes are open, there will be no congestion at UP Gate,” said RP Singh, project director, NHAI.

“Meanwhile, over the Hindon Bridge near Chijarsi, all eight lanes taking traffic from Ghaziabad to Delhi are already operational and on the opposite side of the road, four lanes from Delhi to Ghaziabad are operational. Most of the work on the rest of the four lanes from Delhi to Ghaziabad is done. These will be finished and be made operational likely by the end of February,” he said.

The lanes of over the two water bodies differ in size from the highway and expressway lanes of the DME, said officials. “Hence, with the opening of these lanes, the DME lanes will merge and be opened for traffic. In this manner, the entire 9km stretch from UP Gate to Pratap Vihar of the DME’s second phase will be opened by next month’s end,” Singh added.

This 9km stretch witnesses major movement of commuters between Delhi, Ghaziabad and Noida, in addition to catering to adjoining residential areas and commercial establishments.

“At present, there are major bottlenecks during peak hours at UP Gate and also at entry points to inner areas of Indirapuram. Commuters often get stuck up to 15-20 minutes due to congestion, in addition to which they have to wade through dust pollution at the under-construction stretch from UP Gate to Vijay Nagar,” said Rohit Srivastava, a commuter.

The phase two, besides providing 18 underpasses to commuters for connectivity between the two cities, will also have entry/exit points to move to expressway lanes. Officials said that work for several underpasses from Vijay Nagar to Dasna is also going on.

The entire phase two is slotted for completion by May 2020 and is pegged at a cost of ₹1,989 crore. The phase four of the DME, running from Dasna to Meerut over a stretch of 32km, is also scheduled to be completed by May this year.
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