Owing to the route deviation on NH-48, individuals must exert considerable effort to reach Gurgram from Delhi. Many are taking the subway to avoid hours-long traffic jams.
Traffic Congestion on the Delhi- Gurugram Expressway
The construction and route diversion of the ongoing flyover in Delhi has exacerbated the challenges of the people. Owing to the redirection of traffic on NH-48 between Delhi and Gurgaon, people’s hardships have grown. Currently, those who frequently work and commute to offices are also using the subway to escape traffic. Owing to the increased number of passengers, the metro station and metro train are now experiencing greater traffic than on an average day.
Owing to the route deviation on NH-48, Delhi-bound travelers must exert considerable effort to reach Gurgram. Many are taking the subway to avoid hours-long traffic jams. Similarly, metro sources report that the yellow line of Delhi would experience an average 4 to 5 percent boost in ridership over the next three to four days. This population swells considerably between 10 a.m. and 12 p.m. and 5 p.m. and 7 p.m. It is anticipated that this situation would persist till the Delhi-Gurugram route is reopened to the general public.
The situation of being in a traffic jam is approaching peak hour
Most individuals go to and from Delhi-Gurugram for employment. Due to root diversion, particularly during peak hours, traffic congestion is escalating to an unmanageable degree. Hence, individuals also utilize the metro system. But, the Delhi Government has been given strong orders to complete the building work as quickly as feasible. However, time will tell how long it takes for the public to feel relaxed after the construction is complete.