Commuters can use a combination of ramps and loops on the four-way junction to access the three major roads coming from any side — Dwarka expressway, Southern Peripheral Road, and NH-48.
Commuters will now be able to use the Dwarka Expressway to head to NH48 with ease . The cloverleaf junction on the Dwarka expressway near Kherki Daula is ready and has been opened for trial runs from all sides. The highway contractor, Larsen & Toubro (L&T) said that the construction of a slip road, which takes traffic from the Delhi-Gurgaon expressway to the Southern Peripheral Road (SPR), was completed last week.
Commuters can use a combination of ramps and loops on the four-way junction to access the three major roads coming from any side — Dwarka expressway, SPR, and NH-48.
“We have opened all the four ramps and loops of the cloverleaf for trial run of traffic, thereby allowing movement of vehicles on all four sides as it connects Dwarka expressway with Delhi-Gurgaon expressway, SPR and Central Peripheral Road,” a senior highway project official said.
A senior L&T official said that the 300-metre stretch of the road, which connects the Delhi-Gurgaon expressway with SPR and is part of the cloverleaf, has been constructed and will allow traffic to move seamlessly from the highway towards Sohna road and head towards the Delhi-Mumbai expressway.
Dwarka Expressway Cloverleaf
The 29km Dwarka expressway is being built in four packages. Packages one and two will be in Delhi, while the remaining ones, which are around 18 km long, will fall in Gurugram. The cloverleaf which connects the Dwarka expressway with NH-48, and SPR is part of the package four that starts from Basai rail overbridge to NH-48 near Kherki Daula.
A large number of commuters presently use the loop one of the cloverleaf and the ramp along it to travel from Sector 81 to Sector 95, towards Rajiv Chowk in Delhi.
The work on second ramp is also finished, and it takes the traffic from Kherki Daula towards the Dwarka expressway.
The ramp three of the cloverleaf takes the traffic from SPR to Kherki Daula and towards Jaipur.
The ramp four of the cloverleaf, which was completed last week, takes the traffic from Delhi and Gurugram towards SPR.
Source : Times Now News