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Gurgaon’s swanky underpasses open ease travel to cybercity

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GURUGRAM: Giving a sigh of  relief to many office-goers who use MG Road, trial run of a 1.2km stretch of the 8km-long underpass between Sikanderpur and NH-8, was conducted on March 11.

According to DLF officials, the 1.2 km stretch is ready. Work on the remaining 6.8 km is still in progress.

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“This stretch has always seen heavy traffic, especially in the peak hours. The Sikanderpur underpass will allow traffic to automatically ease out, as the vehicular movement will get distributed to this underpass and its side roads,” said a DLF spokesperson.
According to a DLF spokesperson, the entire 8km underpass shall be functional by June this year. “The aim is to boost connectivity to other parts of Gurgaon and improve traffic conditions on this stretch, which has always seen traffic snarls, ” he said.

The Sikanderpur underpass starts near DLF Phase 2 Metro station and continues till Golf Course Road near DT Mega Mall.

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