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Now Delhi to Mumbai will reach in 12 hours, 70% work of expressway prepared with 1 lakh crores completed

Delhi-Mumbai Expressway Exit Points: 70% work of Delhi-Mumbai Expressway has been completed, only 30% work is left. From next year 2023, this expressway will be able to fill the vehicular traffic. This 1350 KM long project is worth about Rs 1 lakh crore. After the construction of this expressway, the distance between Delhi-Mumbai will be reduced and the travel time will also be less.

The Minister of Road Transport and Highways has informed about the progress of Delhi Mumbai Expressway, a program organized by Nitin Gadkari. He said that the dream of seamless connectivity between Nariman Points of Mumbai to Delhi is going to be fulfilled. Delhi Mumbai Expressway will start from Rajiv Chowk in Haryana, Gurugram and will go to Mumbai via Mewat, Jaipur Kota, Bhopal, Ahmedabad.

Now instead of 20 it will take 12 hours
According to the Ministry of Road Transport, it will take only 12 hours instead of 20 hours to go from Delhi to Mumbai. In this way people will be able to go easily by their private vehicles from the expressway. This will not only save their time, but will also reduce people’s dependence on trains and flights.

1350 Km distance from expressway
In such a situation, instead of train, people are opting for the road route. At present, there is a distance of 1450KM from the Delhi-Mumbai road. This distance from the expressway will be reduced to 1350. The target is to make this express ready by January 2023. The Mumbai-Delhi Expressway will be extended to Jawaharlal Nehru Port Trust (JNPT).

low freight cost
After the introduction of the 1350 km long expressway, there will be a saving of 8.76 lakh liters daily and about 320 million liters of petrol annually. According to the Ministry of Road Transport, the cost of transporting goods through this expressway will be reduced. In this way, there will be a saving of 8 to 9% in the logistics cost in the expressway and nearby cities.

12 lane highway
According to the National Highway Authority of India, the expressway will be designed in such a way that it can be easily converted from 8 lane to 12 lane if needed. This expressway of 1350 Km will go through 20 KM reserve forest. That is, the trees will have to be cut at least.

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