Indore will get second connectivity through 35 km long road

Indore. The people of the city and surrounding areas are going to get direct connectivity from both directions of Delhi-Mumbai Expressway. A new greenfield highway is being built from Dewas to Garoth via Ujjain, on the other hand, the work of providing another connectivity from Timerwani near Jhabua to Phulmal Phata is going on in full swing. The target is to have this 35 kilometer long road renovated and ready by January 26.

People of Indore will be able to move towards Delhi via Ujjain-Garoth and towards Mumbai from the interchange built at Timerwani. National Highways Authority of India (NHAI) has taken over the link road of Madhya Pradesh Road Development Corporation to connect Indore-Ahmedabad Highway with the Expressway. Officials say that the work of widening, strengthening and renovation of this road is going on at a fast pace. This work has been going on for more than a month. The 18 kilometer long stretch has been strengthened. The width of the portion which is not seven meters wide is being increased as per the prescribed standards. NHAI Ratlam Project Director Ravindra Gupta said that the department is spending about Rs 30 crore on this work. The target is to complete the work by January 26.

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