Giving a huge relief to those who frequently travel between Delhi and Mumbai, Union Minister for Road Transport and Highways Nitin Gadkari on April 17 informed that a new expressway connecting Delhi and Mumbai will soon be built.
The project which will be completed in three years will cost approximately Rs 1 trillion.
The Delhi-Mumbai expressway project would cut down the travel time from 24-hours to only 12 hours.
“A sum of Rs 1 trillion will be spent on this expressway… Nitin Gadkari outlined major initiatives of his ministry for de-congestion of Delhi NCR. A total of 10 projects are underway costing Rs 356 billion,” Ministry of Road Transport and Highway said in a statement.
The expressway will reportedly begin from Rajiv Chowk in Gurgaon.