Ambala-Kotputli expressway likely to open for public by March 2022: Gadkari

The 313-km long Ambala-Kotputli highway is scheduled to open to the public by March 2022 as 80 per cent of the corridor is complete, Union Road Transport Highways Minister Nitin Gadkari said on Monday.

In a meeting with officials of the ministry, NHAI, NHIDCL PWDs Gadkari mentioned that it is their collective mission to give the country, road infrastructure of global standard.

Gadkari said with an investment of Rs 11,000 crore, the 313 km long Ambala-Kotputli highway will transform the road infrastructure of Punjab, Haryana Rajasthan.


He said 80 per cent of the corridor has been completed is scheduled to open to the public by March 2022. The six-lane access controlled Ambala-Kotputli greenfield corridor is being constructed at record pace, the minister noted.


“Under the leadership of Prime Minister Narendra Modi road infrastructure is being developed faster, safer more sustainable than ever before,” the minister said.

The minister emphasised on safety-first approach for road design construction, construction of environment-friendly roads, industry-friendly approach, new technology for safe, faster economic roads faster construction.

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