@nitin_gadkari need to rework the exits and entries to delhi -Gurgaon highway, not expressway+impose tough traffic rules and right of way.— Rohit Bhalla (@biusnews) December 8, 2015
Traffic unbelievable 2.30hrs from gurgaon to Def. colony same amount of time to get home. Wonder if it’s worth going out for lunch to Delhi — Miecckey Bharucha (@miecckey) December 8, 2015
Delhi wedding processions on roads trigger massive traffic snarls https://t.co/O0E9UWBjj9 pic.twitter.com/Iswr52zE4I — Hindustan Times (@htTweets) December 8, 2015After reportedly getting furious over the massive jam, he spoke to officers of the NHAI. He also called a meeting of all authorities concerned.
“I assure you that within a year and a half, the traffic jams in Delhi will be reduced by half. Delhi’s pollution will also be reduced,” Mr Gadkari told reporters.The Delhi-Gurgaon stretch has always been a nightmare for the commuters, particularly those travelling from Delhi towards Gurgaon. Long queues could be seen from Rajokri to the toll plaza, the Udyog Vihar U-turn and Cyber Hub during morning hours as well in the evening. Amid this chaos, many commuters have to miss their flights, important meetings, and ambulances are often caught in the traffic jam. Cars could be seen moving on pavements.