The 135 kilometer long six-lane Eastern Expressway corridor will begin on the national highway 1 at Kundli and terminate at the national highway 2 at Palwal. En route it will cross the Yamuna River and three other national highways. It will cross NH 58 at Murad Nagar, NH 24 at Dasna, and NH 91 at Beelakbarpur.
The expressway will be developed in two sections. The first will be the 56 kilometer long Faridabad Ghaziabad section via Greater Noida and the second will be the 49 kilometer long Ghaziabad to Sonipat section. With a signal free connectivity, the expressway will link all the national capital region areas in the east of Delhi and reduce the travelling time to reach Faridabad, Ghaziabad, Greater Noida, Sonipat, and Palwal.
There is a lot of real estate development on this side with many residential colonies existing and in the process of being built. Faridabad, Ghaziabad, and Sonipat are also industrial towns. The Expressway will further boost the commercial and industrial development of the region.
Last Updated on : 06 April 2013