Construction work is in full swing on the Noida Expressway, with phase three nearly complete. Beginning Friday, work will commence on phase four, resulting in traffic changes on the elevated road.

Here’swhat you need to know:

From Friday:

  • Vehicles can travel from Sector 61 to ISKCON Temple in front of Sector 37 during daytime hours on the elevated road.
  • The elevated road will be closed at night between Sector 31 loop and Sector 61.


  • The Sector 18 to Sector 61 stretch, already open during the day, will remain closed at night due to ongoing repairs.

Traffic diversions from Friday:

  • Traffic from Sector 31/32/33 will be completely restricted on the elevated road between Sector 31/32/33 and Sector 18.


  • Daytime traffic will be allowed on the elevated road from Sector 60 underpass to 61 towards ISKCON Temple in Sector 33.The road will be closed at night.

Alternate routes for different destinations:

  • Traffic from Sector 33 ISKCON Temple going towards Sector 31/32/33, Sector 18, Chilla, DND can take the alternative route through Adoab and Stadium Chowk via MP- 1 road.


  • Traffic from Sector 45, 47, Kotwali Phase-3 and Sector 32 can use the Sector 62 underpass and go towards Sector-18 through MP-3, passing Sector 60, Sector-61, Hoshiyarpur, City Center, Sector- 37 and Botanical Garden.


  • Traffic from Sector-62, Model Town, and NH-24 going towards Sector-18 can use Sector-71,52 and MP3 road for their destination.
  • Traffic from Sector 71 going towards Sector 18 will have access to Sector 52 Metro and MP 3 road for reaching their destination.


Vehicles going towards Chilla, Delhi, Noida-Greater Noida Expressway and Pari Chowk can use alternative routes.Traffic coming through Sector 33 ISKON temple can go towards Chilla, Pari Chowk, DND, Sector 125 or Noida Expressway through sector 35 Morna via MP 3 Road.

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