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To Decongest East Delhi, Centre Proposes A 19-Km HigThe Centre is planning to build a 19-km highway starting from Loni near the Delhi-Ghaziabad border to the Akshardham flyover. The new highway will allow commuters to avoid the congested areas of east Delhi and reach the Saharanpur-bound national highway NH709B near Loni from the NH-24 directly. The project has received an in-principle approval while it may take upto three months to file a detailed project report.
What Makes East Delhi A Sought-After Rental MarketOwing to its proximity to job markets of Noida, Greater Noida and Ghaziabad, several areas in east Delhi see huge demand for rental properties. Data available with Makaan.com show there are over 2,100 rental properties available in east Delhi localities. While the rentals, according to Makaan.com, start here at Rs 2,000 per month, the security deposits, may range between Rs 4,000 and Rs 80,000. Here is what else you need to know about these rental markets before you become a resident.
Barapullah Road Phase II, III Set To Make Commute EaBarapullah Road Phase II and III will make the commute easier between east and south Delhi. The stretch when operational would start at Mayur Vihar Metro station and would end at Aurobindo Marg and INA Market. The total commute time from east Delhi to airport will come down to 40 minutes. The corridor would also connect NH-24 and NH-8, providing a signal-free ride to the commuters plying towards south Delhi.
'Delhi MCDs Used Parking, Conversion Charges To PayMore than Rs 2,000-crore funds collected by the Delhi MCDs for development of parking sites were diverted to other expenditures. The North Delhi Municipal Corporation used Rs 1,642.55 crore out of the Rs 1,772.13 crore, collected between 2006-17, as employee-related expenditure. On the other hand, the East Delhi Municipal Corporation used Rs 18.16 crore out of the Rs 49.95 crore, collected between 2012-17, as salaries.
DDA Identifies 7.5-Acre Silt Dumping Site In NarelaTo fasten the process of cleaning of sewers and better dumping facility of silt, the Delhi Development Authority (DDA) has picked up a 7.5-acre land in Narela to be used as silt dumping site. Although the area falls under the jurisdiction of the North Delhi Municipal Corporation, the site will be managed by the east Delhi municipal authority.