India has emerged as one of the fastest developing country in terms of economy,security and infrastructure in the world. The road network of India is the third largest road network in the world, consists of Expressways,National Highways and Cloverleaf interchange. All the major Indian cities are developing very fast in terms of skyscrapers,flyovers and Partial cloverleaf interchange to handle traffic. Image Sources: skyscrapercity.
Kathipara’s Cloverleaf also known as Kathipara Junction Grade Separator is an important road junction in Chennai. The cloverleaf interchange is located at Alandur and intersection junction of four big roads of Chennai the Grand Southern Trunk Road, Anna Salai,Inner Ring Road and the Mount-Poonamallee Road. Kathipara flyover is the largest cloverleaf flyover in the whole of Asia, Other one to be build at Padi junction.
Maduravoyal Grade Separator is located at west of Koyambedu Junction at the intersection of National Highway 4 and Chennai Bypass. A Clover-shaped flyover is expected to complete here to Separate four loops of proceeding vehicles. Another important junction in Chennai is Madhya Kailash Junction near the IT Expressway.
The Koyambedu Roundtana or Koyambedu Junction is a part of the Golden Quadrilateral project. Koyambedu Junction is another major road network in Chennai located at north of the Chennai Mofussil Bus Terminus. An elevated Parclo interchange or Partial cloverleaf interchange is currently under construction by the National Highways Authority of India.
The Delhi Faridabad Skyway is 4.4 km Elevated highway connect Delhi to Faridabad on National Highway 2. The interchange end after crossing 3 lane dual elevated highway at Mehrauli Junction, up and down ramp near Delhi border. The much-awaited Badarpur flyover is solve the problem of traffic jams at the congested Badarpur border.
The Yamuna Expressway is a six-lane, access-controlled expressway connecting Delhi-Noida-Greater Noida with Agra. Yamuna expressway will include elevated road link to few kilometers and that’s make it the longest elevated highway in India.
One carriageway of the 1.5-km-long flyover on the Outer Ring Road—Covering four intersections at Timarpur, Nehru Vihar, Wazirabad and Mukherjee Nagar. Another carriageway will connect ISBT to Mukarba Chowk. A cloverleaf interchange at Mukarba Chowk along with the underpass is approved and the grade-separator at Mukarba Chowk flyover is already in use.
The Bangalore-Mysore Infrastructure Corridor or BMIC Cloverleaf interchange is a 4 to 6 lane private tolled expressway to join India’s two fastest growing and green cities. The NICE road Cloverleaf interchange will intersect the BMIC Mysore road and BMIC Peripheral Ring Road.
Noida Cloverleaf in Yamuna Expressway,Kalindi Kunj Cloverleaf Delhi,DND Cloverleaf,Kundli-Manesar-Palwal and Mahim Cloverleaf at Mumbai are two more approved cloverleaf interchange in India.