AP unveils Rs. 29,000-cr e-way project

    Amaravati Anantapur Highway
    The Amaravati-Anantapur Highway, which has been declared as a national expressway by the Centre, commands a length of 394 kms and it would be built at an investment of Rs. 29,000cr. The highway in question would also become the longest highway in the country with four-lane upto 185.400 km and six-lane with 208.194 km length. In addition, two feeder highways connecting Kurnool and Kadapa towns would also be a part of the expressway, making it nearly 600 km long. The alignment and design of the access-controlled project will not just reduce the distance between the two places from approximately 500 km to 394 km, but would also curtail travelling time from 9 hours to just less than 5 hours. The expressway would have straight alignment for long stretches allowing speeds of upto 130-140 kms per hour safely. The access-controlled expressway would start at the outer ring road of Amaravati City and go through Guntur, Prakasham, Kurnool, YSR Kadapa, and terminate at the Anantapur Bengaluru bypass road on the outskirts of Anantapur, said official sources.
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