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In Photos: Here is the first look of India's longest expressway between Mumbai and Delhi

Connecting the National Capital with the Financial Capital of India, the Mumbai-Delhi Greenfield expressway is set to stretch for 1,380 km, shaping up as the longest such project in the country. The 8-lanes route is pegged to reduce the travel time between the two destinations by nearly half, limiting it to only 12.5 hours. While the e-way will open for public use in March 2023, its skeletal structure has been modelled and here's how it's looking:

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Reducing distance by 220km, extension of Greenfield expressway sets Mumbai-Delhi 13 hours apart

The Union Minister of Road Transport and Highways announced on Thursday that the Greenfield Expressway connecting Mumbai and Delhi will be extended up to the Jawaharlal Nehru Post Trust, rather than terminating at Thane. This roadmap will reduce a distance of over 220 km between the two cities, setting them apart by only 13 hours. Pitched to be the longest expressway, this project will cost around ₹15,000 crores, where road works of about ₹7,000 crores has been cleared by the state of Maharashtra. The Delhi-Mumbai Greenfield Expressway is expected to get functional March 2024, as per reports.

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