The street that may join Mullanpur in New Chandigarh to Kharar on Nationwide Freeway 21 will present direct entry to the cities of Ropar and Baddi in Himachal Pradesh to commuters coming from Ambala and Delhi, who would not be required to undergo Chandigarh.
The mission was formally inaugurated on Tuesday by Sarvjit Singh, Punjab principal secretary, division of housing and concrete improvement.
The development of the 200-feet broad street, that was delayed by 4 months, was allotted at a value of ₹121 crore and had begun on October 10. Earlier, Sukhbinder Singh Sarkaria, housing and concrete improvement minister, was scheduled to put the inspiration stone.
The street that may cross by way of Saini Majra, Thaska, Hasanpur and Palheri villages is predicted to result in improvement of those areas.
The brand new street extension will start from the dividing street of Sector 120/125 (NH 5), Sunny Enclave, and run until Mullanpur in New Chandigarh. The scope of the work consists of provision of public well being, civil and electrical providers. The mission is slated to be accomplished by the top of subsequent 12 months.
The development of this 8-lane stretch consists of provision of a street culvert, one high-level bridge, laying of storm water drainage pipes and set up of road lights.
This portion of the Airport Highway will present direct connectivity to New Chandigarh from the Chandigarh Worldwide Airport. The brand new street will assist commuters keep away from journeying by way of Chandigarh or Kurali whereas travelling between Kharar and Mullanpur.
The journey time between Mohali and New Chandigarh is predicted to be diminished by 15-20 minutes.