Dwarka expressway, part of Gurgaon-Manesar Urban Complex Plan in
the 2021 Master Plan, will connect Dwarka to the NH 8 and will have 30 meters of
green belt on both sides. Dwarka Expressway is an 18km stretch
of 150m-wide road, starting from Dwarka and connecting Palam Vihar and the planned
SEZs in Gurgaon to join the NH 8 near Kherki Dhaula. The 150m-wide Dwarka-Palam
Vihar link is likely to offload traffic burden on the existing links - Gurgaon Expressway
(NH 8), MG road and Old Delhi road. It will be double the width of the Gurgaon Expressway.
The Gurgaon-Dwarka Expressway is free from legal tangles (over
land acquisitions) and the construction has already begun near the Basai road. The
services sector has grown at a rapid pace in recent times. An important factor in
the development of the services sector has been the strong growth of the IT and
ITeS. Growth of IT and ITeS in the NCR region, especially in Gurgaon, has had positive
effect not only in Gurgaon but its adjacent areas and Dwarka. Dwarka is mushrooming
as the hub of commercial and entertainment activities and is amongst the most preferred
locations to stay in the NCR region. And with the Gurgaon-Manesar Master Plan 2021,
the region will witness further expansion of the Gurgaon city. However choking of
this main circulating system is not uncommon, therefore the need for a parallel
highway that links Dwarka and Gurgaon and frees NH 8 from its existing burden of
The Dwarka Expressway or Northern Peripheral Expressway is an eight-lane,
expressway being developed by the Haryana Urban Development Authority (HUDA) at
a cost of Rs 120 crore. This expressway is a part of Gurgaon-Manesar Master Plan
2021 (Urban Complex Plan) and will connect Dwarka to the NH 8 and will have 30 meters
of green belt on both sides.
The proposed Dwarka Expressway is an 18km stretch of 150m wide-road
starting from Dwarka, which will connect Palam Vihar and the forthcoming big SEZs
in Gurgaon to join the NH 8 near Kherki Dhaula. The road from Dwarka is expected
to reduce the travel time from west Delhi by half. If one stays in Dwarka, he will
no longer have to hit the congested NH 8 before the Delhi-Gurgaon border and the
toll bridge. The new link would be parallel to the expressway till it merges ahead
of the IFFCO Chowk. The proposed expressway will touch 16 new nearby residential
colonies and would also touch a commercial corridor and link with Harsaru dry port.
With the land acquisition nearing completion and awaiting hearing from the court
on demolition of some houses in Palam Vihar, the project is all set to provide new
connectivity between Gurgaon and Dwarka and international and domestic airport.
Much of the strategic development is along the metro corridors in the form of metro
malls. The NCR plan has identified 9 major corridors in transport network system
with the prime objective of controlling growth of Delhi. Dwarka sub-city area abuts
on two corridors i.e. Najafgarh, Jhajjar corridor & Gurgaon Corridor.
A number of private builders have acquired licenses from the Haryana state government
to develop townships beside the expressway and to connect it to the proposed Southern
Peripheral Expressway. The upcoming sectors of Gurgaon, particularly residential
Sectors 102 and 103, located in proximity to the proposed SEZ area as per the Gurgaon-Manesar
Master Plan 2021 will be 'hot property' in the near future.
Real estate developers are pinning their hopes on the ‘big link’ that will be established
between Delhi and Gurgaon through the Dwarka-Gurgaon Expressway.”The
expressway work has also started in Sector 22 in Dwarka. Projects of big-ticket
builders like Ramaparstha, Raheja, BPTP, DLF, Mahindra Life spaces, Spire Edge and
Vatika are located along this expressway." the residential housing project Commenting
on the project and its vicinity to the proposed 18km long Dwarka Expressway A major
development in residential segment in this locality has been Ramaparstha City -
Gorgon’s first integrated township, spread over 450 acre and located in Sector 37D
- promoted by Ramaparstha Builders.
The expressway will go a long way in ensuring super connectivity of the northern
areas of Gurgaon as well as areas close to IMT Manesar.