Gurugram Metropolitan Growth Authority to Assemble a 15 km-Lengthy Biking Observe | The Climate Channel – Articles from The Climate Channel


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(TOI, BCCL, Delhi)

The Gurugram Metropolitan Growth Authority (GMDA) will assemble a 15 km-long cycle observe from the IFFCO Chowk to Golf Course Extension Street. The venture will value an estimated Rs 12.88 crores.

As per officers, the venture was proposed on the Core Planning Cell assembly held lately and acquired approval from the Chief Govt Officer of the GMDA.

The cycle observe will start from IFFCO Chowk and finish on the Golf Course Extension Street as many individuals journey bicycles on this route day-after-day. Officers mentioned that work on the venture would begin as soon as the route alignment is finalised.

The officers added that if the cycle observe is constructed on the Golf Course Street, it’ll even be related with the cycle observe constructed from IFFCO Chowk to Southern Peripheral Street (SPR) via Sector-27, 28, 42 and 43. It will hyperlink each roads in order that cyclists will get a secure route from one road to a different.

It’s noteworthy to say that GMDA has ready this mobility plan to enhance the site visitors system within the metropolis and cut back air pollution.

Beneath this initiative, the GMDA goals to construct 800 km of cycle tracks on metropolis roads by 2035. Officers mentioned that this work could be completed in a phased method.

Up to now, the GMDA has constructed cycle tracks from Netaji Subhash Marg, Udyog Vihar Street, MDI Chowk to Atul Kataria Chowk and Rejangla Chowk to Bijwasan Border. Round 50 km of cycle observe has been constructed within the metropolis, together with these routes.

“A cycle observe might be constructed from IFFCO Chowk to Golf Course Extension Street. This observe might be 15 km lengthy. Solely cyclists might be allowed on it. Its building will value an estimated Rs 12.88 crore,” a senior official of the GMDA mentioned.


The above article has been revealed from a wire company with minimal modifications to the headline and textual content.


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