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Expressway In India
World is moving fast. So are the expressways. As the vehicles go fast in Expressways, the projects on Expressways in India is also moving fast, much faster than any other transport projects.
Expressways are defined as controlled access high ways. They are mostly of six or eightlane, three or four for going and three or four for coming, with a broad divider in between, keeping the chances for collusions and accidents as less as possible. Nil rating of accidents probably the ultimate aim of Express ways, while reaching destinations fast is the agenda. The control part is by the toll gates collecting fee for the usage, apart from regulating the speed on and again.
Expressways are laid in all the regions of the country, most of them functional within the quickest period of time, private agencies taking up the work on a highly professional and commercial basis.
Popular Express ways
Mumbai Pune Expressway is much spoken Expressway in the country, which has the heaviest traffic, enabling drive of 93 km distance in 58 minutes, which is a proud possession of Maharashtra. Another Express High way of Maharashtra is Mumbai Nasik Expressway, which is of 150 km distance.
Yamuna Expressway of Uttar Pradesh covers 165 km distance which a fast moving vehicle would cover in an hour and 43 minutes.
Bangalore Mysore Infrastructure Corridor is an Expressway covering 111 km the vehicle finishing the distance in 69 minutes, and that belongs to Karnataka State.
India is progressing with many more expressways, although a number of Highways, with four lane traffic and toll collections, are equally powerful of Expressway functions. Many of them are called expressways, although they may not fit into the strict definition of Expressway as this site deals with.
What one will see in this Website?
This site would give the viewer complete details of the Expressways in the country, present and those in the making. The distance factor and the time taken factor, being the primary information, one will also have the lead for where to pop in at what point of the roadway section and where all the toll gates are situated. There will be tables of information giving the toll rates too.
There will be visuals too in the form of photographs of these Expressways, barren and with thick traffic which will entertain and enthuse the road traveller and the motorist equally.