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Central Delhi roads will need to expand due to Central Vista project: Report

Lutyens’ Delhi’s key roads will need to be upgraded to 4-8 lanes by 2031 to accommodate the growth in traffic, both routine and on account of the Central Vista project, according to a traffic impact analysis.

Traffic Impact Assessment Report for the Central Vista project prepared by TATA Consultancy Engineers Limited (TCE) states that Shershah road and Ashoka road will need to be upgraded to eight lanes by the start of 2026. It also recommends restriction on entry of visitor’s vehicle, without authorized pass, on Dr Rajendra Prasad and Maulana Azad roads during office hours owing to the “significant overall impact on road network due to Central Vista development/redevelopment in the horizon year 2026.”

“Ashoka road & Shershah road will require immediate upgrade to 8 lanes… to cater [to the] future traffic demand and provide desired LOS C in 2026. Akbar road, Rafi Marg & Janpath will [be] required to be upgraded to 6 lanes… in [the] year 2026. Akbar road will be…

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