NEW DELHI: An end to motorists' BRT woes may finally be in sight. The South Delhi Municipal Corporation has revived a major project to build a 5.5km arterial road running almost next to the Bus Rapid Transit corridor that will enable commuters to avoid the jam-ridden road and will also create parking space for 3000-odd vehicles.
The Rs 233-crore project envisages constructing a road over a drain — the Chirag Dilli nullah. The four-laned road will connect Press Enclave road to Ring Road at Andrews Ganj, passing through Sheikh Sarai, Chirag Delhi, Panchsheel Enclave and Greater Kailash-I. The drain will first
be covered for which work has begun this month at Sanwal Nagar.