Noida–Greater Noida Expressway
|Noida–Greater Noida Expressway|
|Length:||34.53 km (21.46 mi)|
The Noida–Greater Noida Expressway is a six-lane highway connecting Noida, Uttar Pradesh, an industrial suburb of Delhi to Greater Noida, a new suburb. This expressway is under expansion to Taj Economic Zone, International Airport and Aviation Hub proposed to be constructed along the Yamuna Expressway (Taj Expressway). Yamuna Expressway was formally inaugurated on 9 August 2012 by Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav.
The expressway is 24.53 km (15.24 mi) long, built at a cost of 400 crores to relieve the National Highway 2 which was already congested and ran through the heart of cities like Faridabad, Ballabhgarh and Palwal.Noida and Great Noida have high water table unlike Gurgaon where ground water is not available. Noida has better accessibility to Delhi as compared to Gurgaon, which relies only on the Jaipur Highway.
Heaven for Bikers and cyclist
Delhi NCR being the hub of imported vehicles is also home to several superbikes and sports car. One can easily spot 1000 cc motorbike or high performance sports car cruising on DND and Expressway which are among the best roads in the region.But the Noida-Greater Noida expressway has also turned into a death trap for many enthusiasts.
The fast mushrooming of cycling groups across the Capital are just a growing indicator of the ascending popularity of the sport.Due to wide roads in Noida and Greater Noida compare to delhi ,is becoming a destination for cycle lovers and various clubs.
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