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Travel from Noida to Dehradun in just 3 hours as Delhi-Dehradun Expressway to be linked to NH-9

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The authorities intend to connect NH-9 with the Northern Peripheral Road and the Delhi-Dehradun Expressway, which is good news for the residents of Noida, Greater Noida, and Ghaziabad.


It's good news as it would take around 2.5 hours to go from Ghaziabad to Dehradun once this route is completed. It will take around 25 kilometres to complete the connection road. The proposed route will be raised for the most part. This indicates that the travel time from Noida and Greater Noida to Dehradun will be 3 hours and 3.5 hours, respectively. They are both near Ghaziabad.


According to GDA Chief Engineer RK Gupta, the road would have six lanes. The route will begin from NH-9 in Chhijarsi. It will span the Harnandi River and the Delhi-Meerut Expressway.


By way of the Sai Upvan and Hindon River Metro Station routes, it will connect to the road leading to Raj Nagar Extension. As it joins the Northern Peripheral Road, it will have just through the City Forest.

The Northern Peripheral Road will make it possible for people to go to Dehradun. From close to Mandola, they will subsequently merge onto the Delhi-Dehradun Expressway.


People would be able to travel from Ghaziabad to Dehradun in two and a half hours thanks to the connectivity between NH-9 and the Delhi-Dehradun Expressway. On the one hand, improved connection will make life more convenient for people. Development, on the other hand, will take off.



The route will begin near Chijarsi Cut on NH-9. The Haranandi River will be crossed by the Delhi-Meerut Expressway through a bridge. After that, the route heading to Rajnagar Extension will link with Sai Upvan, passing past Hindon River Metro Station, Harnandi River, and Siddharth Vihar.


From there, it will connect the Northern Peripheral Road close to Bhanera Khurd after passing the Karhaida Rotary, continuing on past the City Forest, and once more over the Harnandi river by a bridge.

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