The corridors to completely connect Delhi

Soon the Delhi will be connected by the longest corridors. The new 30 kms long corridor from Dhansa to Kakrola turn. The corridor will offer the easy connection and help the Delhi’tes to cover the distance in just a few minutes.The other 30 km long part of the corridor will connect the Kakkrola Turn to the Wajirabaad. The corridor will be elevated. While the Najafgarh falls in between, the development will be a contribution in a way to the DDA’s smart city plan.

Under the development plan, the Delhi Development Authority (DDA) has divided the city into 15 zones with L-zone (the stretch from Dwarka to Gurgaon) being the largest. Najafgarh is the town amidst the demographics with good head counts or census. This make the development project of the Smart City lucrative for the real estate developers.