Delhi-Mumbai Express Highway to Nariman Point now! – Nitin Gadkari

“The government is building the longest highway in the world, the Delhi-Mumbai Express Highway,” the Union Roads and Transport Minister said. He was speaking at an event on Friday (September 17). Nitin Gadkari said, “The expressway will be 1,380 km long and will reach Jawaharlal Nehru Port Trust (JNPT). But now we are also thinking of taking it to Nariman Point. ” More importantly, according to Gadkari, the project will be completed by March 2022. In other words, India will have the largest expressway in the world by 2022.

So far, it takes about 48 hours by truck and 24 to 26 hours by car to cover the distance between Mumbai and Delhi. However, with the completion of the Delhi-Mumbai Express Highway in the coming year, the travel time will be significantly reduced. After the Delhi-Mumbai Express Highway, it will take about 18 to 20 hours for a truck and 12 to 13 hours for a car to cover the distance between Delhi and Mumbai, Gadkari said.

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At present, the distance from Delhi to Mumbai is 1450 km, but after the expressway, the distance will be 1250 km. Therefore, it has been said that the journey which currently takes 24 hours will be reduced to 12 hours due to the expressway.

Gadkari said, “This highway passes through tribal districts of Rajasthan, Gujarat and Madhya Pradesh. Therefore, these parts will evolve. At the same time, it will create many employment opportunities for the people here. ” A few days ago, Nitin Dakari accompanied by Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar also inspected the work of Delhi-Mumbai Expressway. Speaking on the Delhi-Mumbai Expressway, Gadkari said, “It is a matter of pride for the entire country.”

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