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Faridabad-NOIDA-Ghaziabad expressway

FNG (Faridabad-Noida-Ghaziabad Expressway) is planned to be a part of Eastern Peripheral Expressway which is also called as National Expressway 2 (India) or KGP (Kundli-Ghaziabad-Palwal) Expressway.

Current Status

The much-awaited FNG (Faridabad-Noida-Ghaziabad Expressway) is finally coming on track and will provide fast connectivity to daily commuters of the area once complete; apart from this, it is also emerging as an excellent stretch for real estate development.

Length

FNG Expressway is around 56 km long with 19.9 km in Noida-Greater Noida region, 8 km in Ghaziabad, while the rest 28.1 km is in the Faridabad region, especially the developing sectors of Neharpar. According to the plan, FNG from Noida side will become operational in the next 14 months while it would take three years for the whole stretch to become fully operational[1]

Design

The completed expressway designed by IIT-Roorkee will offer commuters direct connectivity between Noida and Greater Faridabad and put an end to massive traffic jams[2] A bridge is also planned from Noida's Sector 150 to National Highway 2 in Faridabad as a part of the FNG (Faridabad-Noida-Ghaziabad Expressway).

References

  1. ^ http://epaper.timesofindia.com/Default/Scripting/ArticleWin.asp?From=Archive&Source=Page&Skin=TOINEW&BaseHref=CAP/2014/04/12&PageLabel=57&EntityId=Ar05700&ViewMode=HTML
  2. ^ http://www.gurgaonscoop.com/new-e-way-to-link-noida-with-f-613156441.html
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