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RD: 1 & 2 The existing condition of the stretch i.

e Dallupura Road (UP Border to Ghazipur Drain) & Ghazipur Road (NH-24 to Dallupura) is average as far as the roads and its adjoining areas are concerned. The configuration of the road is 2-lane carriageway along with shoulders on both sides. This stretch begins from Ghazipur flyover and ends Delhi-UP Border. The adjoining areas have mixed land uses, predominantly residential (Village) and commercial establishment on LHS till Hindon Cut and from there till the end of the stretch Land Use along the Stretch varies from Residential to Commercial on both the sides with encroachments seen all along the stretch by both the types of land uses. Then there is on-street parking on the carriageway, which also causes hindrance to the moving traffic. Severe Traffic Congestion can be seen at Kundali Chowk and Dallupura Turning. The existing land uses of the adjoining areas have given rise to high movement of NMT and all other public as well as private transport modes plying in the area. NMT & Two-Wheeler Riders are the most vulnerable Road users along the stretch. Morning Peak: 8 A.M to 11 A.M Evening Peak: 5 P.M to 8 P.M

. Traffic Congestion at Kundali Chowk

RD: 3 The existing condition of the stretch i.e Patparganj Village to Ghazipur Drain along Sanjay Lake is average as far as the roads and its adjoining areas are concerned. The configuration of the road is 4-lane divided carriageway along with shoulders on both sides. This stretch begins from Patparganj Village Underpass and ends at Ghazipur drain (moving along Sanjay Lake).

The adjoining areas have mixed land uses, predominantly residential (Village) and commercial establishment on RHS till Chand Cinema Bus Stop and from there till the end of the stretch Land Use along the Stretch varies from Residential to Commercial on both the sides with encroachments seen all along the stretch by both the types of land uses. Then there is on-street parking on the carriageway, which also causes hindrance to the moving traffic. The existing land uses of the adjoining areas have given rise to high movement of NMT and all other public as well as private transport modes plying in the area. NMT is the most vulnerable Traffic users along the stretch NMT & Two-Wheeler Riders are the most vulnerable Road users along the stretch. Morning Peak: 8 A.M to 11 A.M Evening Peak: 5 P.M to 8 P.M

RD: 4 The existing condition of the stretch i.e Kichripur Road is very poor as far as the roads and its adjoining areas are concerned. The configuration of the road is 2-lane carriageway along with shoulders on both sides. This stretch begins with bridges over the Hindan cut and the Ghazipur drain which has a four lane divided carriageway. The stretch consists of open drains on both sides and pavement top is in very bad shape. The utilities are all overhead and there are HT lines crossing the corridor. The adjoining areas have mixed land uses, predominantly residential (Village) and commercial and there are encroachments on both sides of the carriageway by both the types of land uses. Then there is on-street parking on the carriageway, which also causes hindrance to the moving traffic. The existing land uses of the adjoining areas have given rise to high movement of NMT and all other public as well as private transport modes plying in the area. NMT & Two-Wheeler Riders are the most vulnerable Road users along the stretch. Morning Peak: 8 A.M to 11 A.M Evening Peak: 5 P.M to 8 P.M

RD: 5 The existing condition of the stretch i.e Master Plan along the Hindon cut from NH-24 to Chilla Regulator is average as far as the roads and its adjoining areas are concerned. The configuration of the road is 2-lane carriageway along with shoulders on both sides. This stretch begins with bridges over the NH-24 and ends at Chilla Regulator near New Ashok Nagar Metro Station. The stretch has Hindon Cut on one side and Ghazipur Drain on the other with several water pipelines crossing in between.Major Traffic Congestion can be seen at Vasundhara, Dallupura Road intersections. The adjoining areas have mixed land uses, predominantly residential (Village) and commercial. The existing land uses of the adjoining areas have given rise to high movement of NMT and all other private transport modes plying along the stretch. NMT & Two-Wheeler Riders are the most vulnerable Road users along the stretch. Morning Peak: 8 A.M to 11 A.M Evening Peak: 5 P.M to 8 P.M

Traffic Congestion at Bridge over Hindon cut & Ghazipur Drain

RD: 6 The existing condition of the stretch i.e Noida More to Ghazipur Border is good as far as the roads and its adjoining areas are concerned. The configuration of the road is 8-lane divided carriageway along with shoulders on both sides. This stretch begins from Noida More (near Akshardham Temple) and ends at Ghazipur Border (Dabur Junction). The adjoining areas have mixed land uses, predominantly residential (Village) and commercial establishment on both the sides. All the major intersections are Grade Separated already still during Peak Hours Traffic Jams can be observed. The existing land uses of the adjoining areas have given rise to high movement of all public as well as private transport modes plying on the stretch. Morning Peak: 8 A.M to 11 A.M Evening Peak: 5 P.M to 8 P.M

Traffic Congestion on NH-24 during Morning Peak Hours

Heavy Traffic at Noida More during Morning Peak Hours