Shadab Chowdhury/Mandsaur : Delhi – Mumbai Expressway i.e. longest expressway in India. About 1,00,000 crores are being spent on the construction of this expressway and the length of this expressway is 1386 km which will connect Delhi and Mumbai. The construction of this massive expressway is on a war footing, with incomplete facilities starting the Delhi-Mumbai Expressway in Madhya Pradesh.
The Delhi-Mumbai 8-lane expressway constructed under the Bharatmala project has been officially inaugurated in Madhya Pradesh from September 20. 8 lane traffic has started but the big problem is that for the first few months you will be deprived of some of the facilities available on the expressway. If you are thinking of speeding on the Delhi-Mumbai Expressway, enter the 8-lane vehicle with sufficient fuel and food items as this facility is currently not available on the expressway.
Know about Expressways in Madhya Pradesh
The country’s largest Delhi-Mumbai Expressway with a length of 1386 km currently passes through 3 districts of Madhya Pradesh including Jhabua, Ratlam and Mandsaur. 50.5 at Jhabua, 91.1 at Ratlam and maximum 102.8 at Mandsaur i.e. 244.4 kms within 1386 of Madhya Pradesh border, so if we introduce you to the expressway entry it is as follows –
– Mandsaur – Seetamau (Laduna Junction), Garoth, Vanpura and Lasudiya.
– Ratlam – Ravati, Sailana, Piploda and Javra
– Jhabua – Talawada and Mahuri
However, there are also reports that Dewas, Ujjain and Indore will also be connected with the Delhi-Mumbai Expressway, for which preparations have begun.
These vehicles including bikes and tractors will be subject to no entry
5 types of vehicles are banned on the Delhi-Mumbai Expressway including tractors, bikes, straw vehicles, harvesters and autos. Except for these vehicles, all types of vehicles can enter the 8 lanes without hindrance.
If you go faster than the speed limit, you will be issued a citation.
On the Delhi-Mumbai Expressway, vehicles can be driven at a maximum speed of 120 km per hour. A challan will be issued if the vehicle is driven at this speed. To control the speed of vehicles, the entire expressway is equipped with CCTV cameras.
Know how and how much toll tax will be deducted
According to NHAI, the rate of toll on the expressway will be based on cost, which will be deferred further in sections where there are more bridges, culverts and interchanges. According to information received, the toll for small vehicles will be Rs 2 to 2.5 per km, while for large passenger vehicles and trucks it may be around Rs 7 per km. As soon as the vehicles enter the interchange point, the scanner will scan the FASTag of the vehicle and send it to all subsequent points and as soon as the vehicles reach the toll point for exit, the toll tax will automatically be deposited in FastTrack. Account according to the distance traveled by the vehicle. will be cut off.