The Delhi-Mumbai expressway project is gaining momentum as the 80-km land acquisition in Haryana has been completed. The bidding process for the project is currently on and the construction work is expected to commence soon, Times of India has reported.
“The bidding process is currently going on for the entire project. The bids will be received on 5 December, after which the work will be awarded and thereafter it can start. We hope to complete the project in two years’ time,” a senior National Highways Authority of India (NHAI) official said to the paper.
The eight-lane expressway will cross Sohna in Gurugram and link the western peripheral expressway with the Delhi-Noida-Delhi flyway in Delhi. Read More
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