The Ashram Flyover of the capital Delhi will be opened for light vehicles from 5:00 pm today. Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal will inaugurate it today. Heavy vehicles will not be able to pass over the flyover. According to the information, some works have not been completed yet, due to which heavy vehicles have not been allowed to go on the flyover. Heavy vehicles will also be able to use the flyover after the work is completed in a month. It has been said by tweeting on behalf of Delhi Police that the Ashram flyover will be opened for passengers on March 06, 2023 from 5:00 pm.
Ashram Flyover is re-opening for the commuters on March 06, 2023 from 5:00 PM. Commuters using Barapulla Flyover are advised to follow the given instructions.#DPTrafficAdvisorypic.twitter.com/X3be8Chjk5
— Delhi Traffic Police (@dtptraffic) March 5, 2023
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Earlier it was to be inaugurated on 28 February
The flyover was to be inaugurated on 28 February. But it was postponed due to some reasons. CM Kejriwal had said that some work is left which will be completed in three-four days, after that it will be dedicated to the common people. The construction work of the flyover extension started in June 2020 after the project was approved by the cabinet. The total cost of the project was Rs 128.25 crore.
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