Repair work on the Sarita Vihar Flyover will commence on June 10 and will be carried out in four different phases over 60 days. According to traffic police, the repair was initially scheduled for June 2023 but was postponed. The latest attempt to start the work on May 1 was also delayed due to the Lok Sabha elections.

Millions of vehicles travel daily between Delhi and Faridabad via Mathura Road, which experiences heavy traffic during peak hours.

To minimize disruption, the repair work will be conducted in phases, with only one direction of the flyover partially closed at a time. During each phase, half of the flyover in one direction will be closed while the other half remains open to traffic.

Repair Phases:

  • Phase 1: Repair work will begin on the half lane from Ashram to Faridabad.
  • Phase 2: The remaining half of the same direction will be repaired.
  • Phase 3 and 4: Repairs will then proceed on the lanes from Faridabad to Ashram.


Preparatory Measures:

  • The U-turn on Road No. 13A will be widened to accommodate commercial vehicles.
  • At least 10 marshals will be deployed to assist with traffic management.


  • Proper signage and lighting will be arranged to guide the commuters.
  • Heavy machinery will not be allowed during the day to avoid disrupting traffic.
  • No debris from the repair work will be left on the road.


Alternative Routes:

Officials anticipate that the repair work may cause significant congestion, particularly affecting areas like Sarita Vihar, Badarpur, New Friends Colony, Kalindi Kunj, Okhla, and Faridabad.

To mitigate this, traffic police are preparing a list of alternative routes to help commuters navigate around the construction zones.

Motorists are advised to plan their journeys accordingly and stay updated with the latest traffic advisories to avoid delays.

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