It is expected that Delhi will soon get ‘European or American style’ roadways, says Deputy CM Manish Sisodia According to Delhi’s Deputy Chief Minister, the government’s goal is to offer citizens a secure and beautiful commute that prioritizes usefulness, greenery, safety, and aesthetics, among other things.
On Wednesday, Manish Sisodia, the Deputy Chief Minister of Delhi, said that “European style” roadways would soon become a reality in the capital. Sisodia was evaluating the streetscape projects at the time. The mayor stated in his speech that the efforts would give the city’s streets a renewed sense of identity. According to a press release, Sisodia met with experts and officials from the Delhi Public Works Department to discuss the renovation of 16 roadways in the capital as part of a pilot project.
Aside from that, he reviewed plans for a road beautification and provided advice. “The consultants and I looked over the streetscaping project and made changes as we went through it. Inspiring ambitions for upgrading Delhi’s streets into world-class infrastructure may be found in their proposals.” A statement, according to Sisodia, was released by the president.
“The completion of this project will allow the development of European-style roadways in Delhi to become a reality shortly. Additionally, the Kejriwal government’s initiatives to beautify city streets will aid in the reduction of congestion and the improvement of mobility, “he explained.
The Delhi government wants to ensure that citizens have a safe and pleasant commuting experience by emphasizing usefulness, greenery, safety, and aesthetics, among other things.
He went on to say that the government is also devoting a lot of resources to improving pedestrian infrastructure.
Sisodia had tweeted about the development earlier in the evening. “The goal of Delhi’s mayor, Arvind Kejriwal, is to make the city’s roads as beautiful as those in the United States and Europe. We’ve assembled some of the most brilliant brains in the business to work around the clock to see that this vision becomes a reality… The Mathura Road pilot project, which intends to decongest and beautify our city’s roads following international standards, was discussed, and concerns were raised about certain aspects of the project.” He wrote a piece of writing on his own.
Outer Ring Road from Mayapuri to Moti Bagh Junction; Vikas Marg; Narwana Road; AIIMS to Ashram; Shivdaspuri Marg; Nelson Mandela Avenue; Karkardooma Court Road; West Enclave in Pitampura; Wazirpur Depot Crossing (NSP) to Rithala Metro Station Britannia Chowk; ; Wazirabad Road; Majlis Par; Britannia Chowk; Outer Ring Road; West The beautification of these 16 streets is part of the city’s overall aim to beautify 540 kilometers of road in the following years.