For almost 10 years, commuters between IGI Airport and Gurugram have faced the worst of traffic snarls. Everyday commuters have also been victim to this chaos that is Delhi's traffic. After waiting for so many years, their woes will be put to ease when Rao Tula Ram flyover will finally be inaugurated and open for the public today. Read on to know all the details on the new flyover.
The flyover has been built along the Outer Ring Road, which is a major choke point and the root of most other traffic jams in the city. For 10 years, the flyover was under construction and many factors resulted in the fact that it had to be stalled and on several occasions, even stopped.
Now that the flyover has finally been built and will be open for the public from today is a boon for the average Delhiite. The flyover is also a ray of hope for Delhiites and could curb traffic jams across most parts of the city. RTR Flyover has been built just parallel to the existing 900-meter RTR flyover.
Along its 2.7-kilometer route, RTR flyover will make matters convenient for a whole lot of Delhiites. People from areas such as Munirka, Hauz Khas, GK and Noida will be able to steer clear from major traffic related issues.
The flyover itself has one end at R&R Hospital and the other near Munirka flyover. Commuters from Gurugram to IGI Airport have it the best as this route is a major convenience to them.
Last week, it was declared that the flyover was ready to use, complete with all facilities and now, the ₹310 crore flyover will finally be inaugurated by Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal.
Residents of Delhi have been waiting for this for a long time and it comes as a huge sigh of relief that it is finally opening.