National Highway Authority of India (NHAI) will build this expressway
Thousands of people will be able to take advantage of this daily as soon as this expressway is ready. The biggest beneficiaries of this will be those who do business in Delhi-NCR.
31 km long expressway will be added to the airport
According to experts, a 31 km long expressway will be constructed from Ballabhgarh to Jewar Airport. It will be connected to Delhi Mumbai Expressway. After the construction of this 31 km highway, the journey from Jewar Airport to IGI Airport will be just one hour. Soon the work of Delhi-Mumbai Expressway will reach Ballabhgarh.
NHAI is constructing the Delhi-Mumbai Expressway. The length of this expressway is about 1250 km. The time taken from Delhi to Mumbai will be reduced from 24 hours to half that is 12 hours. This project is being completed in seven phases.Getting a chance to take plot of 60 to 4 thousand square meters here in Delhi-NCR, can apply till March 30
Therefore, Delhi-NCR will also be special
The Eastern Peripheral Expressway has started. Due to this, thousands of trucks do not enter Delhi and go directly towards Haryana and Punjab. This Eastern Peripheral Expressway is also being connected to Jewar Airport. If we talk about the joining of Jewar Airport with the rail line, then the path of Greater Noida Metro Line has already been cleared. But with this, the proposed bullet train between Delhi and Varanasi, the important rail service of the country, is also being connected to Jewar Airport. The special thing is that the link of this project with Jewar Airport is also included in the DPR. The work of Film City has also started.
Steel looks like 20 Howrah Bridge
According to experts, it will take about 5 lakh tonnes of steel to build the 1250 km long Dilli-Mumbai Expressway. This is equivalent to 20 Howrah Bridge. At the same time, 3.5 million tonnes of cement will be used. 3 underpasses and 5 overpasses are being built across the expressway. At the same time, 1.5 million trees will be planted on the side to show green from both sides.