PM Modi will inaugurate the Delhi-Mumbai Expressway tomorrow
Apart from this, the fuel consumption will also be less due to the shorter distance. Animal pass has been made at various places to allow animals to pass the road, so that animals cannot come on the roads and possible accidents can be avoided.
The Delhi-Mumbai Expressway is going to be inaugurated tomorrow. On February 12, the country's Prime Minister Narendra Modi will inaugurate this hi-tech expressway. This highway is quite different from other highways. You will find many such advanced facilities on this highway, which you will get to see in very few expressways. In this news, we are going to tell you about those 10 features of this expressway which are going to be available to the common man.
The distance of Delhi-Mumbai Expressway is 1386 kms. This expressway will become the longest expressway in the country. Convenience for EV users- If you want to travel by EV, then let us tell you, EV charging points are going to be available at various places on this expressway. This expressway based on German technology is so advanced that now the journey from Delhi to Mumbai will be halved. Apart from this, the fuel consumption will also be less due to the shorter distance. Animal pass has been made at various places to allow animals to pass the road, so that animals cannot come on the roads and possible accidents can be avoided.
This 8-lane expressway is the country's first stretchable highway. If needed, this expressway can be extended to 12 lanes. Health Facility- You will find a trauma center at every 100 kms where the needy will be treated during emergency. Stoppage facility will be available at all 93 places from Delhi to Mumbai, where passengers can cool down the train, rest and have refreshments. There will definitely be a stoppage every 50 kms while going from Delhi to Mumbai. This highway is different in terms of toll, because you will not have to pass through the toll plaza at many places. When you exit the highway, then you will have to pay the toll according to the kilometer.
Earlier it used to take 24 hours to travel from Delhi to Mumbai, but after the opening of this express, now this distance will be just 12 hours. This means that apart from saving your time, you will also drive 136 kilometers less, which will have a direct impact on your budget.
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