The key feature of this project is a two-level, continuous promenade at the water’s edge along each bank of the river. The lower-level promenade is built just above the water level to serve pedestrians and cyclists solely and to provide access to the water. It is punctuated by ghats at strategic intervals. Boating stations have been provided for recreational use and water-based public transport in the future. The upper level promenade, on the other hand is at the city level and shall host a variety of public features.
The lower-lever promenade has been completed in most of the central areas and is now open for public use. It provides Ahmedabad with an uninterrupted, pedestrian walkway, nearly 23km in length, in the heart of the city.