Delhi-Mumbai Expressway
Delhi-Mumbai Expressway

The Delhi-Mumbai Expressway, the longest in the country, has opened up for travel between Delhi and Dausa. Commuters are showing great enthusiasm for this expressway, which offers a maximum speed of 120 kilometers per hour for cars. However, it’s crucial to note that motorcycles and scooters with lower speeds are banned from entering this expressway. Any motorcycle found on the expressway will face fines.

The Delhi-Mumbai Expressway has witnessed several accidents due to overspeeding, and some vehicles have even flipped over due to high speeds. These accidents have resulted in casualties and severe injuries. To curb reckless speeding on the expressway, authorities are planning to implement an e-challan system. This system will automatically issue fines for vehicles exceeding the speed limit.

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The Delhi-Mumbai Expressway allows cars to travel at a maximum speed of 120 kilometers per hour, but stopping vehicles without reason is strictly prohibited. You can only halt your vehicle in designated rest areas. Rest areas have been strategically placed along the highway for this purpose. Stopping your vehicle without a valid reason on the expressway is subject to penalties.

To further enhance safety on the Delhi-Mumbai Expressway, numerous measures have been implemented. The highway does not have any breakers between Delhi and Vadodara, and it is elevated to prevent stray animals from entering the road. German technology has been employed to construct this highway, ensuring a smooth ride even at high speeds. Slow-moving vehicles such as auto-rickshaws, bikes, tractors with trolleys, horses, and bullock carts are strictly prohibited.

Delhi-Mumbai Expressway
Delhi-Mumbai Expressway

Once the entire length of this long expressway is completed, the travel time between Delhi and Mumbai by car will be reduced to just 12 hours, compared to the current 24-hour journey. This expressway will significantly cut travel times to several other cities across the country, making it a game-changer for Indian transportation.

The Delhi-Mumbai Expressway promises to revolutionize travel across the country, but it comes with strict traffic rules that must be adhered to for the safety of all commuters.

Sonu Roy is originally a resident of Samastipur district of Bihar, has been working as a writer in digital journalism for the last 4 years. In his career of 4 years, he has good experience from politics, automobile, motivation, sports to technology field.