Delhi Faridabad Skyway

Delhi Faridabad Skyway Map

Delhi Faridabad Skyway Map
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The Delhi Faridabad skyway became operational in 2010. This expressway on the National Highway 2 connects Delhi to Faridabad with a junction at the Mehrauli-Badarpur road at the border between the states of Delhi and Haryana.

The National Highways Authority of India developed the expressway in collaboration with Hindustan Construction Company which has designed it. HCC is the concessionaire for collecting the toll and maintains the expressway.

The tolled three-lane expressway is a 4.4 long elevated stretch on the NH2 and has reduced the travelling time from Delhi to Faridabad considerably. It begins at BTPS in Delhi and ends at Sector 37 of Faridabad. There are multiple 15 to 20 lane toll plazas at Faridabad and Delhi which make the entry and exit through the expressway quite fast.

The NH 2 connects Delhi to Agra and other towns in Uttar Pradesh road and has one of the highest traffic densities in the region with a lot of interstate and local city traffic. Agra is one of the top tourist destinations of the country. Faridabad is an important industrial township of Haryana and as it is close to the national capital it is part of the national capital region. The region has a number of residential townships. This stretch is the only direct link from Faridabad to Delhi and has a very high traffic density with over sixty thousand vehicles plying daily.

The Badarpur border near Faridabad was an extremely chaotic and congested bottleneck on the NH 2 with regular traffic jams. With the new expressway on this stretch designed to cross four main bottlenecks traffic lights at Jaitpur, Sarai Bypass, Mehrauli Badarpur road and Sector 37 of Faridabad, commuters can enjoy the uninterrupted and smooth driving on this road.

Type of VehicleToll for single entryToll for return
Cars, jeeps and vanRs 20Rs 30
Light Commercial vehicleRs 30Rs 45
Buses and TrucksRs 60Rs 90

Last Updated on : 06 April 2013




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