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The Delhi-Mumbai 8-lane expressway built under the Bharatmala project will be officially inaugurated from September 20. The National Highway Authority has released this information. Initially, the traffic will start in the part built in Madhya Pradesh. The prices for its toll plaza were released on Monday. Since construction, drivers have passed this stretch illegally. Now after the official launch, drivers have to pay a fee. According to the information, toll charges will start from the first day on the expressway passing through Ratlam, Mandsaur and Jhabua districts of Madhya Pradesh.
Will reach Mumbai from Delhi in 13 hours
The total distance of the National Highway Authority of India highway from Delhi to Mumbai is 1380 kilometers. In which 244.5 km area of Madhya Pradesh is included. The highway covers 90 kilometers from Ratlam district MP, 50.95 kilometers from Jhabua district and 102 kilometers from Mandsaur. When it starts, people’s travel will become much easier. The expressway from Mumbai to Delhi will be ready in 12 to 13 hours. Now it takes about 22 hours.
So much toll will have to be paid
The toll in the motorway will be based on the cost. On the route where there are more bridges, culverts and traffic areas, more toll must be paid. Based on the Dausa section, the toll rate for cars and light vehicles may vary from Rs 2.20 to Rs 2.25 per kilometre. For large passenger vehicles and trucks, it is likely to be Rs 7 to 7.35. Information about rates at the institution level will also be provided by announcement. In this regard, project manager Ravindra Gupta says that the movement of vehicles on the expressway will start from September 20. Different rates are prescribed in different sections. Toll will only be charged according to the prescribed rates.
No entry for two wheelers, if speed exceeds limit challan will be issued.
It will take around 6 to 7 hours from Ratlam to Mumbai or Delhi via highway. Two-wheelers will not be able to enter it. While four-wheelers and large vehicles will be able to drive at a maximum speed of 120 kilometers. If the speed of vehicles is found to be higher than this, their challan will be issued. The entire route is equipped with CCTV cameras to control the speed of vehicles.