NH-1: Northward bound
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National Highway 1 links the Capital to Amritsar. This highway passes through Kindli, Sonipat, Rai and and Panipat in the National Capital Region. The Sonipat district of Haryana is witnessing major real estate developments in the areas along NH-1 like Kundli and Rai.
During the last decade in Kundli and Sonipat, there has been an extensive increase in infrastructure facilities like road networks, sewage disposal systems, power distribution systems and social infrastructure like hospitals, education centres and recreational facilities. Therefore, these regions have experienced large number of new realty projects along with the rise in demand across affordable, luxury and ultra-luxury segments.
Kundli and Sonipat are a 20-40 minutes drive from the residential hubs of north and north-west Delhi like Pitampura, Rohini and Punjabi Bagh.
NH-1 (within the NCR) would be witness to major infrastructure projects in the near future, that would become the key drivers for the robust growth of the realty market here.
The proposed Rapid Rail Transit System (RRTS) would connect Kashmere Gate in Delhi to Kundli and Panipat with high-speed trains that would cover the distance in 20 minutes.
The Kundli-Manesar-Palwal (KMP Expressway), would act as a 135 km long bypass for traffic coming from the north of Delhi on NH-1 and going towards south on the NH-2 or the west along NH-8. Along this expressway are large townships coming up such as Medi City, Biotech City, Cyber City, Entertainment City and Tech Park etc. Once this expressway gets functional one can easily reach Delhi airport within 30-45 mins from Kundli.
The third initiative is the Rajiv Gandhi Education City, spanning over 5,000 acres. The government has already acquired 2,000 acres for Phase-1 and has allocated land to 15 universities. This area is coming up with engineering colleges, medical schools, management institutes, research centres and law schools. The IIT Delhi is also building a campus on 100 acres of land. Some of the international universities are also expected to set up their campus in this city.
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