The 313-km lengthy Ambala-Kotputli freeway is scheduled to open to the general public by March 2022 as 80 per cent of the hall is full, Union Road Transport and Highways Minister Nitin Gadkari stated on Monday.
In a gathering with officers of the ministry, NHAI, NHIDCL and PWDs Gadkari talked about that it’s their collective mission to present the nation, street infrastructure of worldwide commonplace.
Gadkari stated with an funding of Rs 11,000 crore, the 313 km lengthy Ambala-Kotputli freeway will remodel the street infrastructure of Punjab, Haryana and Rajasthan.
He stated 80 per cent of the hall has been accomplished and is scheduled to open to the general public by March 2022. The six-lane entry managed Ambala-Kotputli greenfield hall is being constructed at file tempo, the minister famous.
“Under the leadership of Prime Minister Narendra Modi road infrastructure is being developed faster, safer and more sustainable than ever before,” the minister stated.
The minister emphasised on safety-first strategy for street design and development, development of environment-friendly roads, industry-friendly strategy, new know-how for secure, sooner and financial roads and sooner development.
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