You will be amazed to know that Indian road network is the third largest road network in the globe that connects all of the major cities and minor towns. This incredible Indian road network is the amalgamation of National highways, Freeway, Modern highways, Expressways, and the bridges.
List of Top Expressway in India 2018
The present-day Express highways are the topmost class road of Indian network. They are equipped with ultra-modern technologies, including CCTV, Speed and Temperature measure equipment along with SOS booths as well as the help numbers.
These forthcoming Express highways are going to add another feather to the cap of the long road network of India. So far, the Yamuna Expressway (earlier, Taj Expressway) is the longest Indian 6-lane controlled-access expressway highway. Maharashtra is constructing its one of the longest highways called as “Nagpur Aurangabad Mumbai express highway” along with the incredible length of 700km.
The Ganga Expressway is an amazing express highway consisting of 8 lanes. It is an access controlled express highway. The length of this express highway is 1,047 km, running together with Gange – the holy river.
This wonderful Expressway is going to connect Greater Noida to Ballia in the state of Uttar Pradesh accompanied by other major cities like Varanasi, Allahabad, Rae Bareli, Kanpur, Farrukhabad, and Bulandshahr. The longest Indian expressway is Ganga Expressway and will be featured with all the possible amenities.
Pathankot Ajmer Expressway:
This Expressway is going to run via Punjab and Rajasthan state and join Pathankot with Ajmer via Jalandhar. This wonderful Expressway is 600 km 8-lane express highway and it is going to be India’s second longest expressway after The Ganga Expressway.
Jaipur Delhi Expressway:
The Delhi-Jaipur Expressway is suggested six-lane expressway, connecting Delhi to Jaipur. The particular express highway is 235 km long, is going to run via Rajasthan, Haryana, and Delhi.
Outer Ring Road Expressway:
The Outer Ring Road Expressway (also known as ORR) of Hyderabad is an outstanding 8-lane controlled-access expressway that is going to offer connectivity to National highways, such as NH 9, NH 7, NH 4 with highways of other states. It is a ring road expressway of 158 km enclosing the Andhra Pradesh’s Hyderabad City.
Mumbai Nashik Expressway:
The Mumbai Nashik Expressway is the wonderful long express highway that connects Mumbai (the financial capital) to Nashik (the holy city). The length of the Mumbai Nashik Expressway is 150 km. It also makes use of some segment of the National Highway 3. It is among the vital gateways for connecting Mumbai, Maharashtra along with the rest of the cities in India.
Officially, the Hindon Expressway is known as Upper Ganga Canal Expressway that connects Noida to Haridwar via Muzaffarnagar. This incredible Expressway is the eight-lane controlled-access express highway, going through the Uttar Pradesh.
Kundli Manesar Palwal (KMP) Expressway:
The Kundli Manesar Palwal Expressway (also called KMP Expressway) diverts the traffic from south Delhi to NH 2. This Expressway is signal free 135.6 km highway run throughout the Haryana state.It is also known as Western Peripheral Expressway connecting Sonepat’s Kundli to Palwal via Gurgaon’s Manesar.
Other Expressways are Eastern Peripheral Expressway, Raipur-Bilaspur Expressway, and Hungund Hospet Expressway.