The distance between Delhi and Goa will be significantly reduced once the Delhi-Mumbai Expressway is finished since it would only take 12 hours to travel between the two cities. The new expressway projects in Delhi, Mumbai, and Goa would reduce the present travel time between Delhi and Goa by 15 hours from the current 35 hours.
This expressway, which will be finished in the upcoming six months, would allow passengers to travel from Mumbai to Nagpur in only eight hours. 5 flyovers, 33 major bridges, 274 minor bridges, 8 railway overbridges, 25 interchanges, 6 tunnels, 189 underpasses, 110 underpasses for light vehicles, 209 underpasses for animals and pedestrians, and 8 underpasses and 8 overpasses for wildlife movement are all included in the project's total cost of Rs. 55330 crore.
There are 12 towns along the 594 km long expressway, including Hapur, Bulandshahr, Amroha, Sambhal, Badaun, Shahjahanpur, Hardoi, Unnao, Raebareli, and Pratapgarh. There will be six tracks here. The primary benefit of this motorway is its link to the Delhi-Meerut Expressway, the Meerut-Haridwar Highway, the Prayagraj-Varanasi Expressway, and others. The Yamuna Expressway and the Agra Expressway will both be connected to this path. Before the Mahakumbh in 2025, it will be completed.
Gujarat currently has a 109 km long, four lane wide, access-controlled highway under development called the Ahmedabad-Dholera Expressway. Eight significant interchanges are present. By the end of the year, it is anticipated to be finished.
A six-lane, 464 km long, access-controlled greenfield motorway under construction, the Raipur-Visakhapatnam Expressway connects the central and eastern Indian states of Chhattisgarh, Odisha, and Andhra Pradesh. It is a part of the Raipur-Visakhapatnam Economic Corridor. A expenditure of Rs 20,000 crore is anticipated for completion by 2025.