The construction work of Delhi to Dehradun Economic Corridor green expressway will start from March 2021 and the corridor has scheduled to be completed by the year 2023. The estimated cost of 210 kilometers long 6 lines Green Expressway will be around Rs. 15,000 Carore. After the completion of the highway, distance between Delhi and Dehradun can be covered within 2 hours and 30 minutes. The above highway has divided into three phases.
The first phase will be start from Akshardham Temple to Eastern Peripheral Expressway Junction, via UPSIDA’s Tronica City (Trans Delhi Signature City) and UPAVP’s Mandola Vihar Project. This phase will be approximately 32 kilometers in length, out of which 18 kilometers will be elevated, which will be connect at Pusta Chowki near Tronica City, while the rest part of 13 Kilometers will be completed by widening of the exist road. The estimated to cost of the first phase is about 3300 carores.
The second phase will start from Eastern Peripheral Expressway to Saharanpur bypass via Shamli, Muzaffarnagar. This phase will be about 119 kilometers long and is expected to cost around ₹ 5000 carores. In the third phase of highway will be from Saharanpur bypass to Dehradun. Some of the part of this phase will be elevated, including tunnels and widening of the road, which will cost about Rs.1600 crores. This 210 long green expressway will acquired more than 1000 hectares of land, and pass through 20 villages of Baghpat district. This will be beneficial for the residents of North East Delhi and adjoining Ghaziabad’s area like Trans Delhi Signature City (Tronica City) and Mandola Vihar developing by uttar pradesh industrial development authority and Uttar Pradesh Housing Development Council respectively.
Along with this, the first face of Delhi Saharanpur Highway 709B has also been completed. The work of four-lane highway of about 61 kilometers from Eastern Peripheral Expressway to Shamli has completed before the scheduled time, at a cost of about Rs 726 crores.
Along with this, over bridge work of about Rs 100 crores has been approved in district Baghpat which will facilitate the movement of the district. The maximum roads which are connecting the district have been converted to national highways including Delhi-Saharanpur National Highway 709B, proposed Delhi-Dehradun Economic Corridor Green Expressway, Meerut-Baghpat National Highway 334B, Meerut-Karnal National Highway 709A and proposed Chhaprauli Bridge GT Road to Meerut Baghpat National Highway.
With the above work being done by the government, has been welcomed by all the people of this area which will make possible to development for Baghpat district, which was needed by the residents of the above area for a long time.