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The Times of India, July 24, 2011
Delhi’s longest flyover is at Shahdara. The oldest, constructed in the ‘70s, are at Defence Colony and Sarai Rohilla.
Kemps Corner near Peddar Road has independent India’s first flyover, built in 1965 at a cost of Rs 17 lakh
The longest flyover in the city is currently under construction. Almost 9 km long, it will connect Parama Island to Park Circus
Kathipara junction in Chennai, built at a cost of Rs 250 crore, is one of the largest cloverleaf flyovers in Asia
Fernandez Bridge in Ahmedabad is the first and the oldest flyover in the city built by the British in 1884