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NHAI Declares War on Traffic Chaos: Marshals, Magic Cameras, and No Slowpokes Allowed on Dwarka Expressway

In a daring move to combat traffic anarchy and promote commuter harmony, the National Highways Authority of India (NHAI) has unveiled its latest arsenal of safety measures and traffic flow enhancements on the futuristic Dwarka Expressway. Amidst the fanfare of its recent opening, NHAI is determined to turn the expressway into a model of vehicular discipline and safety.

As the first step in their grand plan, NHAI has dispatched a squad of vigilant marshals to the expressway. These traffic superheroes are stationed at critical junctures, ready to leap into action, providing guidance, directions, and possibly the occasional shoulder to cry on for bewildered motorists at major crossroads and the labyrinthine entry and exit points.

But wait, there’s more! The expressway has been equipped with a dazzling array of additional road signages, designed not just for mere direction, but as beacons of hope, guiding commuters towards their destination with the grace of a ballroom dancer.

In a bold move to keep the high-speed corridor from turning into a daredevil’s playground, NHAI has laid down the law: no slow-moving vehicles allowed. Two-wheelers, three-wheelers, and anything that doesn’t go “vroom” fast enough is relegated to the service lanes, ensuring that the main lanes are reserved for the speedsters, all in the name of safety, of course.

The technological marvel doesn’t stop there. Advanced CCTV cameras, with eyes sharper than an eagle’s, have been installed to keep a watchful eye on potential rule-breakers, ready to capture their misdeeds in high definition.

To add to the robust safety measures, NHAI has rolled out a fleet of expressway patrol vehicles and ambulances, ever-ready for any incident that might disrupt the harmonious flow of traffic. And for those in need of a helping voice, the toll-free National Highway Helpline Number 1033 is a call away, offering assistance for both emergency and non-emergency situations.

Driving on the Dwarka Expressway is not just about getting from point A to point B; it’s about doing it responsibly. NHAI’s clarion call to commuters: avoid the temptation of the wrong side, embrace lane discipline, and keep a lid on the speedometer, to ensure a safe passage through this high-speed corridor.

The 19 km stretch of road in Haryana, part of the grand 8-lane Urban Expressway, not only connects the Delhi-Haryana border to the Kherki Daula cloverleaf interchange but also holds the distinction of being India’s first elevated road on a single pier. This expressway is a marvel of engineering, featuring India’s first three-level grade segregation, ensuring a smooth segregation of local and thorough traffic.

NHAI’s commitment to the safety and smooth travel experience of commuters on the Dwarka Expressway is unwavering, with every effort being made to ensure that the journey is as safe as it is swift.

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