Atal Progressway’s second phase from Morena Link Road to Rani Laxmibai Samadhi will begin with the first phase and will be developed with new technology from Malaysia. This elevated corridor will have a glimpse of Gwalior's history. A 1.5 km long ropeway from Phoolbagh in the city to the Gwalior fort will be built at an estimated cost of ₹120 crore. There are also plans to construct ropeways in places like Ujjain, Khandwa, Raisen, Durg, Rani Roopmati Mahal in Mandu and Omkareshwar.
An 87-kilometre greenfield highway is in the pipeline which is be constructed between Gwalior and Agra for ₹2,500 crore and it will connect to the Yamuna Expressway there. Once it is constructed, the travelling time between Gwalior and Delhi will be only three hours.
Gadkari added that Delhi-Mumbai Expressway is almost 70% complete. Once commissioned, the travel time between the two megacities will be 12 hours.
The minister also informed that the Gwalior-Chambal region of Madhya Pradesh would develop and travel time to Mumbai and Delhi would be just a few hours after the upcoming Atal Progressway and Mumbai-Delhi Expressway get linked.