World Largest Express Way with Eight Lane Inspected by Union Minister “Nitin Gadkari”


Delhi: - Union Minister Nitin Gadkari recently inspected the progress made on the Delhi- Mumbai Expressway with the information that the entire expressway will be ready to use by March 2023. And assuring that the travel time and distance will be cut down to 12 hours from 24 hours. The car was running at 170km/hr and even the speedometer inches towards the 170km/h mark. Though at that time the expressway was not open for the public so, it was safe for the vehicle to be at such speed. The eight-lane expressway in phase one and in phase 2 it will be expanded to 12 lanes. It will start from Haryana’s Sohna to Mira Bhayander near Mumbai and will connect the various states like Punjab, Haryana, Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan, Maharashtra etc., 1380KM long. This is going to be the first phase of the Indian government’s ambitious Bharatmala Pariyojana. And it is believed that it will help government coffer with a substantial amount of toll revenue. It will have 6-FT walls on both the sides to keep pedestrians and animals from entering the road but it will also have animal overpass for wild animals to cross road safely.  The project cost is 1,500 cr every month, in on it will cost 1 lakh cr. It is stated that this will be the largest expressway not only in India but in the world.  

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