Only fast vehicles will run on Delhi-Mumbai Expressway, NHAI has banned slow-moving vehicles
Delhi-Mumbai Expressway: NHAI Order Delhi-Mumbai Expressway Phase 1 has started. But the NHAI has prohibited slow vehicles from plying on the Delhi-Mumbai Expressway. Said it was dangerous.
In Phase 1 of the Delhi-Mumbai Expressway, only vehicles running at the speed of the wind will be able to run. But the National Highways Authority of India (NHAI) has banned those vehicles which run at a slow speed. Now such vehicles will not even be able to enter Phase 1 of the Delhi-Mumbai Expressway. The reason given is that these slow vehicles can pose a threat to fast vehicles. Keeping this fact in view, the entry of two-wheelers including motorcycles, scooters, three-wheelers, non-motorized vehicles and tractors with or without trailers has been prohibited in Delhi-Mumbai Expressway Phase 1. NHAI has issued a gazette notification on this. It states that the movement of speeding vehicles may endanger the safety of certain categories of vehicles moving at a comparatively slower speed.
NHAI's gazette notification states, "The movement of high-speed vehicles may pose a risk to the safety of comparatively slow-moving vehicles, such as two-wheelers, three-wheelers and other slow-moving vehicles such as non- Motorized vehicles, agricultural tractors (with or without trailer), etc.
The notification states that this expressway was developed as a high-speed corridor and maximum speed limits for different types of motor vehicles have been notified for the expressway, which ranges from 80 km/h to 120 km/h. is the middle.
The notification also states that prior to the development of this expressway, alternate routes and roads were and are available to the public to connect places/reach different destination points. The first completed section of the Delhi-Mumbai Expressway, Delhi-Dausa-Lalsot, was dedicated to the nation by Prime Minister Narendra Modi on 12 February.
The 246-km Delhi-Dausa-Lalsot section of the Delhi-Mumbai Expressway has been developed at a cost of over Rs 12,150 crore. The Delhi-Mumbai Expressway will be the longest expressway in India with a length of 1,386 km.
It will reduce the travel distance between Delhi and Mumbai by 12 percent from 1,424 km to 1,242 km and reduce travel time by 50 percent from 24 hours to 12 hours. It will pass through six states Delhi, Haryana, Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh, Gujarat and Maharashtra and will connect major cities like Kota, Indore, Jaipur, Bhopal, Vadodara and Surat.
The expressway will provide easy access to 93 PM Gati Shakti economic nodes, 13 seaports, 8 major airports and 8 Multi-Modal Logistics Parks (MMLPs) as well as upcoming greenfield airports such as Jewar Airport, Navi Mumbai Airport and JNPT Port.