Highways minister Nitin Gadkari on Friday promised that work will start this year on a super expressway between Jaipur and Delhi that will reduce travel time between the outskirts of Gurgaon and the outer periphery of the Pink City to 90 minutes. Gadkari made this announcement at a public function in Dausa, Rajasthan.
The distance between Delhi and Jaipur is 260 km. The proposed super expressway, between the outskirts of Gurgaon and Jaipur, will cover 200 km. It will be impossible to cover this distance in 90 minutes sticking to the notified speed limit, which is 100 kmph for expressways in India (for highways it’s 90). Gadkari said the government will notify different speed limits for such super expressways.
At present, commuting between Delhi and Jaipur takes around 5-6 hours. Read More…
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