Delhi is the capital, and Mumbai is the Indian financial capital. Thus, obviously, there is a certain connection between both capitals. However, the time it takes to move between Delhi and Mumbai brings a very high concern. If you move through the NH-8, it will take nearly 24 hours from Delhi to Mumbai, and vice versa. With this in mind, the Ministry of Road Transport, the Ministry of Expressway, and the Indian National Expressway Bureau are working on a highway project between Delhi and Mumbai. The project set earlier this year will begin in March 2019.
The Demunbai Expressway has been suggested that it is a green field project. The Green Field Project is a land used by land that is not composed of a destroyed structure for construction. This is not only useful for rational infrastructure, but also reduces the dangers for the environment.
The 1,250 km highway passes through unauthorized cities in Miwett, Ratram, and Dahod, and run in Hariyana, Rajastan, Madiya Pradesh, Gwarat, and Maharashtra. The Dreamnbai Expressway reduces travel hours to 12 hours instead of 24, and allows the speed limit of 120 kmph.
The highway budget is RS 1 LAC CRORE, and the construction of a highway as a green field project has helped the government to save by reducing the cost from 16,000 rupees to 20,000 rupees. According to Road Transportation and Highway Minister, Power Transport and Water Resources, River development and Ganga’s rejuvenating Shuri Nitin Gaddokari, the land acquisition process of the Delhi Mumbai Expressway is being developed rapidly. The 3A Nhai land acquisition method has already been processed in Hariyana, and the same will be done in Raja Stan and Mahara Shutra by July 31. When the process is completed, the work on the highway starts at 40 places.
The work will be executed in the four phases. The first stage of the expressway has already begun, linking Delhi to Jaipur, Badara and Mumbai. The Demunbai Expressway, part of the famous Barato Mala program of the Ministry of Road Transport, the Ministry of Highway, and the Indian National Expressway Bureau, has been greatly waiting. The opposite is the same as Mumbai, and the traffic flow is smooth.