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Delhi-Mumbai Expressway

Delhi-Mumbai Expressway:

Union Minister for Road Transport and Highways Nitin Gadkari on Friday concluded the two-day review of the work progress on the 1380-km eight-lane Delhi-Mumbai Expressway, which will reduce travel time between certain cities to 12-12.5 hours from 24 hours.

  • The Union Minister for Road Transport and Highways concluded the two-day review of the work progress on the eight-lane Delhi-Mumbai Expressway.
  • It will be the world’s longest highway once completed. It is expected to be completed by March 2023.
  • It is a 1380-km eight-lane expressway that can be expanded to a 12-lane expressway depending on the volume of traffic.
  • It will start from Haryana’s Sohna and will end around Mira Bhayander near Mumbai.
  • It will have wayside amenities – resorts, restaurants, food courts, fuel stations, facilities for truckers, logistics parks.
  • A helicopter ambulance service for accident victims and a heliport, which will use drone services for business as well.
  • The expressway is the first in Asia and only the second in the world to feature animal overpasses to facilitate unrestricted movement of wildlife.
  • It will also include two iconic 8-lane tunnels, one tunneling through Mukundra sanctuary, Rajasthan and the second will pass through the Matheran eco-sensitive zone, Maharashtra.

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