A 195kms long ‘super expressway’ will link Delhi and Jaipur as being the land acquisition practice for the same has been initiated. The e-way that is being built by the Nationalized Highways Authority of India (NHAI) between Delhi and Jaipur will help reduce the distance forwards and backwards cities by about 40 km.
It is thought that e-way that will be absolutely access-controlled to help people to travel to the particular Pink City in 120 minutes, which is means lesser than existing journey time that takes a minimum of four and five a lot of time.
The e-way, however, will not originate in Delhi. One will must take a turn following your Kherki Daula toll plaza from the Delhi-Gurgaon expressway during Gurgaon to get to the new e-way. In the same point, this currently takes 235kms so that Jaipur with a main carriageway connected with six lanes (a couple of on each side).
The original plan was a 226kms greenfield expressway starting near the Indira Gandhi International airport together with ending at Daulatpura in Jaipur. However, the new plan was chalked released because of cost issues and now the e-way is going to terminate at Chandwaji around Jaipur district. This switch has also cut down the actual land requirement with 2,800 hectares for you to 1755.90 hectares.