Now the journey from Delhi to Dehradun, Delhi-Haridwar, Delhi-Chandigarh will be done in just 2 hours, Modi government will do

Union Minister for Road Transport and Highways Nitin Gadkari said on Thursday that the central government would be working on Delhi-Chandigarh, Delhi-Dehradun and Delhi-Haridwar (Delhi-Chandigarh). Delhi-Haridwar) is working on new roads.

With this new plan, the journey which was completed in 5 hours at present, it will be reduced by about 2 hours.

The Union Minister also said that the Delhi-Katra Expressway will be started within 2 years. Due to which the distance between the two cities will be reduced from 727 km to 572 km. The minister said that through this new expressway, you will reach Katra from Delhi in 6 hours.

Delhi-Mumbai Express-Way: Now the journey from Delhi to Mumbai will be completed in just 12 hours, know when it will be ready

Apart from this, Nitin Gadkari will take stock of the Madhya Pradesh section of the 8-lane Delhi-Vadodara-Mumbai Expressway being built in Ratlam today. The estimated cost of this expressway project is Rs 8,437 crore which is scheduled to be completed in November next year.

The Delhi-Mumbai Expressway will pass through Mandsaur (102.4 km), Ratlam (90.1 km) and Jhabua (52 km). Madhya Pradesh This express will be of total 245 km. In the 8-lane expressway, 214 bridges, 511 culverts, 100 minor and major underpasses and seven toll booths will be built in three districts of MP.

Let us inform that the work of Delhi-Mumbai Expressway was started in 2018. The foundation stone of this project was laid on March 9, 2019. Out of 1,380 kms, contracts for over 1,200 kms have already been awarded.

The new expressway will reduce the travel time between Delhi and Mumbai to 12 hours instead of 24 hours and will reduce it by about 130 km. According to the National Highway Authorities of India (NHAI), about 20 lakh trees will be planted along the highway.

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