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As he evaluated the streetscaping projects on Wednesday, Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia claimed "European style" roadways will soon be a reality in Delhi. According to him, the projects will give the city's streets a new personality. According to a release, Sisodia met with consultants and Public Works Department (PWD) officials to discuss the streetscaping of 16 roads that are being reconstructed in a trial phase across Delhi.

He also looked through plans for road beautification and offered his opinions. "I personally evaluated the streetscape work with the consultants and offered suggestions for improvement. Their plans to transform Delhi's roadways and make them world-class are incredible "In a statement, Sisodia added.

"European-style roadways in Delhi will be a reality soon after this project is completed. This endeavour by the Kejriwal government will also help to decongest city roadways and improve mobility while also beautifying them "he stated

The Delhi government, he said, is committed to providing citizens with a safe and pleasant commuting experience, emphasising utility, greenery, safety, and aesthetics.

According to him, the administration is also focusing on improving pedestrian amenities.

Later that evening, Sisodia tweeted about the development. "It is @ArvindKejriwal's dream for Delhi's roadways to be as beautiful as those in Europe and the United States. We're working around the clock with the brightest minds in the industry to make this dream a reality... We talked about some wonderful ideas and problems for the Mathura Road pilot project, which will see our city highways decongest and be beautified to international standards "he penned

The following 16 road segments are being redeveloped on a pilot basis: Ring Road from Mayapuri to Moti Bagh Junction, Ring Road from AIIMS to Ashram, Vikas Marg from Laxmi Nagar Chungi to Karkari Mod, Narwana Road from Mother Dairy to Punch Mahal Niwas, Britannia Chowk to Outer Ring Road, West Enclave in Pitampura, Wazirpur Depot Crossing (NSP) to Rithala

The renovation of these 16 roadways is part of a larger effort by the city government to beautify 540 kilometres of road.