- The Union Home Minister, Shri Rajnath Singh at the Foundation Stone Laying Ceremony of Extension of Elevated Road over Barapullah Nallah (Phase-III) between Sarai Kale Khan and Mayur Vihar, at Mayur Vihar, in Delhi
- UNION HOME MINISTER SH. RAJNATH SINGH LAYS FOUNDATION STONE OF THE BARAPULLA ELEVETED FLYOVER PHASE-III FROM SARAI KALE KHAN TO MAYUR VIHAR
- ELEVATED CORRIDOR MEANT TO REDUCE DISTANCE BETWEEN EAST DELHI, MAYUR VIHAR, NOIDA AND SOUTH & OTHER PARTS OF DELHI
- TOTAL COST ON THIS PROJECT OF RS. 1260.63 CRORES AND TO BE COMPLETED WITHIN 36 MONTHS.
New Delhi: 23rd December 2014
Union Home Minister Sh. Rajnath Singh, today laid foundation stone of the extension of elevated Barapulla Flyover IIIrd Phase from Sarai Kale Khan to Mayur Vihar in a function organized at near Mayur Vihar Metro Station. The extension of Barapulla Elevated Flyover would prove to be best feather in the crown of Delhi’s infrastructure. The cost of the IIIrd Phase from Sarai Kale Khan to Mayur Vihar would be Rs. 1260.63 cr and it would be commissioned within the 36 months. The commissioning of the phase III would reduce distance between East Delhi, Mayur Vihar, NOIDA and South & other parts of Delhi resulting in a big relief to the commuters and savings of fuel and valuable time. On this occasion, Lt. Governor, Delhi Sh. Najeeb Jung, MP, East Delhi, Sh. Maheish Girri, Speaker, Delhi Vidhan Sabha Sh. M. S. Dhir, and Secretary PWD Sh Arun Baroka were also present.
Lt. Governor, Delhi Sh. Najeeb Jung stated that the completion of entire project of Barapulla Elevated Road would benefit lakhs of commuters everyday.
The main features & Technical details of Bararapulla Elevated Flyover Phase-III are:-
- It will tremendously improve the connectivity between East and South Delhi/New Delhi as envisaged in MPD 2021.
- Travel time from East Delhi to AIIMS will be reduced to 10 minutes.
- At presently 70000 PCUs (Passenger Car Units) are plying over Barapullah Phase-I stretch. This project has already recovered its cost by saving in time and fuel.
- After completion of Barapullah Phase-II, it is estimated that 1,00,000 PCUs
will use this stretch.
- After completion of Barapullah Phase-III by December, 2017, it is estimated that upto 1,50,000 PCUs will ply in this stretch and by 2020 it will recover its cost by way of saving in time, fuel and reduction of CO2emission which would be to the tune of Rs. 500 cr. per year after commissioning of Phase-III of the road.
- After extension of Barapullah Elevated road upto Dhaula Kuan/Airport in Phase-IV, travel time from Mayur Vihar to Delhi Airport will be reduced to 25 minutes.
- Four lane each duel carriageway of 17.80 m width and 3.5 km length from Sarai Kale Khan to Mayur Vihar including an Extra-dosed Bridge of length over 550 metres across River Yamuna.
- Three lane 11 m wide Flyover parallel to the existing flyover at Mayur Vihar with one additional auxiliary Lane of 3.5 m width two loops with RE wall up to 8 m height.
- Construction of two loops with 8.4 m width, each for right turning from Mayur Vihar to Akshardham and from Noida to Mayur Vihar.
- Two lane left turning loops towards Akshardham.
- Two lane right turning loop towards Noida connecting existing flyover at Mayur Vihar.
- Left turning slip road on retaining wall for traffic from Noida to Sarai Kale Khan.
- Slip road on embankment from Ring road at Sarai Kale Khan to meet the elevated road near Power Grid Corporation sub-station for going towards Mayur Vihar.
- Provision of 1.50 m wide footpath on each carriageway.
- Provision of 2.5 m wide road for non motorized vehicle (NMV)/cycle track.
- Provision has been made for electrification on elevated road on Via duct, river bridge and additional flyover at Mayur Vihar Phase-I including all loops and roads and illumination of the structure and the bridge itself.
- Provision of the signage as per IRC requirement.