PM Modi will inaugurate Delhi-Mumbai Expressway in Dausa on Feb 12 and will also give 3 railway projects

पीएम मोदी 12 फरवरी को दौसा में दिल्ली-मुम्बई एक्सप्रेस-वे का उद्घाटन करेंगे।

Prime Minister Modi will inaugurate the Delhi-Mumbai Expressway in Dausa on February 12.
Photo: Archive photo.


On February 12, Prime Minister Narendra Modi will inaugurate the Delhi-Dausa Expressway at Nangal Rajawatan in Dausa district. In addition, he also donates three railway projects to the state. During this period, Modi will virtually lay the foundation stone of the redevelopment of Jaipur Junction and Gandhinagar Railway Station. Both stations will be developed on the lines of Kamalapati station in Bhopal at a cost of around Rs 800 crore. Prime Minister Narendra Modi will also inaugurate the electrification of the Jodhpur-Luni-Marwar track of the Jodhpur division.

The journey between Jaipur-Delhi will be 2 hours shorter.

Prime Minister Modi will inaugurate the Sohna-Dausa section of the Delhi-Mumbai Expressway. Union Minister Nitin Gadkari will be with him in the program. The journey between Jaipur and Delhi via this route is shortened by about 2 hours. The distance between Delhi and Jaipur is about 270 km. In the first phase, traffic will start from Sohna in Haryana to Dausa in Rajasthan. The distance between Sohna and Dausa is 225 km.

This route is part of the first phase of the Bharatmala project.

Sohna is in Haryana district and Dausa is in Rajasthan. The Sohna-Dausa section is the first stage of the New Delhi-Mumbai Expressway. The Delhi-Mumbai Expressway will be the longest expressway in India. Which will be about 1390 km long. This expressway will also reduce the travel time between Delhi and Mumbai from 24 hours to 12 hours. It is expected to be ready in March 2023. It is being built as part of the first phase of the ‘Bharatmala Project’.

The 8-lane highway can be expanded to 12 lanes

The Delhi Mumbai Expressway currently has 8 lanes and can be expanded to 12 lanes. This highway passes through 5 states: Delhi, Haryana, Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh and Gujarat. This will close the distance of many states in the coming days. After the opening of the highway, the commuters traveling from Jaipur, the capital of Rajasthan, to Delhi and Jaipur to Mumbai will get a huge benefit. This saves both time and fuel for the vehicles.

Costs Rs 1 lakh crore

The construction of the Delhi-Mumbai Expressway is estimated to cost around Rs 1 lakh crore. 12 lakh tons of steel is used in its construction, equivalent to 50 Howrah bridges. In this, 35 crore cubic meters of soil and 80 lakh tons of cement will be used. A rainwater collection system is installed every 500 meters on the highway. A plan has also been drawn up to plant 40 lakh trees on both sides of the highway.

you don’t have to stop for tolls

The particular is told that there is no need to queue or stop the vehicle to deduct the toll on this highway. License plate reader (NPR) cameras will be installed throughout the highway, which will scan the speed tag of the moving vehicle and the vehicle’s license plate. As a result, the toll is settled in the moving vehicle itself. The Union Ministry of Road Transport has already approved the tolls. Drivers and passengers are provided with many facilities including restaurants, food courts, resorts, shopping malls, gas stations, accessible amenities on this highway.

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