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With the opening of the Central Peripheral Road (CPR), which connects the new sectors to NH-8, and the Southern Peripheral Road (SPR), residents of the new sectors can breathe easier.
Commuters can now use the loop to join the expressway with NH-8 because it is only partially open, whereas the other three are still closed. The congested service road in Narsinghpur is expected to experience less congestion due to this action. Drivers can use CPR instead of turning toward NH-8 and then making a U-turn as they travel from the expressway to SPR.
Many residential areas are nearby the expressway, and SPR was waiting for CPR to start running. It will also significantly reduce commute times to other parts of the city and Delhi and help commuters avoid paying tolls at Kherki Daula.
It is also unbelievable that traffic was allowed to move on CPR on Wednesday morning. It had been impeding traffic on this crucial road for months but has since been removed. There are severe traffic backups on the congested service road at Narsinghpur, just like on other days. Ritu Gupta, a teacher, claims drivers can now enter SPR immediately and get to Sohna Road in less than 20 minutes.
The National Highway Authority of India (NHAI) claims that the city section of the Dwarka Expressway is nearly finished. The commuters also anticipate that the 19 km stretch will be fully operational before the launch, which is scheduled for three to four months.
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