PM Narendra Modi has introduced the first phase of the Delhi-Meerut Expressway, which guarantees to chop down movement time between the two urban communities to 40 minutes from the current almost more than two hours. The PM, alongside association serve Nitin Gadkari, went in an open jeep on the 14-path Delhi-Meerut Expressway, which is being worked at a cost of over Rs. 7,500 crore. The PM will later fly in a chopper to Baghpat in Uttar Pradesh, where he will open the Rs. 11,000-crore Eastern Peripheral Expressway, which is India’s first keen and green parkway.
The venture is being worked in four section – Nizamuddin Bridge to UP Border, UP Border to Dasna, Dasna to Hapur and Hapur to Meerut. The fourth portion will be another arrangement of Delhi-Meerut Expressway from Dasna to Meerut and six laning of connector. The 135-km-long Eastern Peripheral Expressway envisages flag free availability between Ghaziabad, Greater Noida, Faridabad and Palwal and will at last decongest the national capital. Around two lakh vehicles, including trucks and business activity, are relied upon to utilize on the interstate without entering the national capital.
Eastern Peripheral Expressway will help redirect no less than 50,000 vehicles going to Jammu and Kashmir, Punjab, Haryana, Uttarakhand, Uttar Pradesh and Rajasthan, cutting down vehicular contamination. The Eastern Peripheral Expressway has been worked in a record time of 17 months. Its establishment stone was laid by PM Modi in November 2015. It has a few one of a kind highlights to its name. It is India’s first parkway to be lit by sun oriented power besides arrangements of rain water reaping on each 500 meters on the two sides.
Keeping in mind the end goal to have a continuous travel involvement and quicker toll gathering, the toll courts will be given Electronic Toll Collection (ETC) framework