Plan afoot building Delhi-Mumbai super e-way

    Delhi-Mumbai super e-way
    The Government of India has decided to construct a super expressway between Delhi and Mumbai with a length of about 1,400 km. The new highway will cut down the travel time by 8 hours and travelers will be able to cover the total distance from Delhi to Mumbai and vice versa in 12 hours as against 20 hours currently. Since the super expressway will pass through sparsely populated areas with negligible traffic congestion, which in turn further enable e-way users to maintain a constant speed of over 120 km ph. This suggests that the upcoming Delhi-Mumbai Super Expressway will have a high-quality tarmac and that the entire project will be completed in four phases and the construction for the first phase has already commenced and it will connect Delhi to Jaipur and Vadodara to Mumbai. At a later stage, Jaipur will be connected to Kota and Kota to Vadodara. Once the Delhi-Mumbai Expressway gets completed, one can travel between the two cities with even lesser time than trains. The new Delhi-Mumbai Expressway is a part of the Bharatmala Pariyojna, as announced by the ministry of road transport and highways.
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