It is surprising to know that the Indian road network is the third largest road network in the world that connects all of the major and minor cities and towns respectively. This remarkable Indian road network is the combination of Top National highways in India, Freeway, Modern highways, Expressways, and the bridges.
The present-day Express highways are the highest class of roads of Indian network. They are equipped with ultra-modern technologies, including CCTV, Speed and Temperature measure equipment along with emergency booths as well as the help numbers. These upcoming top Express highways listed below are going to add another feather to the crown of the success of the developed sprawling road network of India.
#1 Ganga Expressway
The amazing Ganga Expressway is consisting 8 lanes. It is an access controlled express highway with a massive length of 1,047 km, running along with the holy river of India, Ganga. This incredible 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 the Ganga Expressway and will be featured with all the possible and necessary facilities and amenities.
#2 Pathankot Ajmer Expressway
Pathankot Ajmer Expressway is going to run via Punjab and Rajasthan state and connect Pathankot with Ajmer via Jalandhar. This amazing Expressway is 600 km with 8-lanes and it is on the verge of becoming India’s second longest expressway ranking after the Ganga Expressway.
#3 Jaipur Delhi Expressway
The Delhi-Jaipur Expressway is suggested 6-lane expressway, connecting Delhi to Jaipur. This particular express highway is 235 km long and run via Rajasthan, Haryana, and Delhi.
#4 Hyderabad Outer Ring Road Expressway
The Outer Ring Road Expressway of Hyderabad is an excellent 8-lane controlled-access expressway that is going to offer connectivity to National highways, such as NH 9, NH 7, NH 4 with the highways of other states. It is a ring road expressway of 158 km circling the Andhra Pradesh’s Hyderabad City.
#5 Mumbai Nashik Expressway
The Mumbai Nashik Expressway is another brilliant express highway extending and connecting Mumbai, the financial capital of India to Nashik, the holy city. The length of the Mumbai Nashik Expressway is 150 km. It also sharing few segments of the National Highway No.3 . It is among the few most gateways for connecting Mumbai in Maharashtra along with the rest of the cities in India.
#6 Hindon Expressway
Officially, the Hindon Expressway is known as the Upper Ganga Canal Expressway which links Noida to Haridwar via Muzaffarnagar. This wonderful Expressway is 150 km long and a 8-lane controlled-access express highway, passing through the Uttar Pradesh.
#7 Kundli Manesar Palwal (KMP) Expressway
The Kundli Manesar Palwal Expressway more popularly known as the KMP Expressway shifts the traffic from South Delhi to NH 2. This Expressway is free of signal and running for 135.6 km highway throughout the Haryana state. Some even know it as the Western Peripheral Expressway. It is connecting Kundli in Sonepat to Palwal via Manesar in Gurgaon.
#8 Eastern Peripheral Expressway
The Eastern Peripheral Expressway is a controlled-access express highway that runs through Uttar Pradesh and Haryana. The 135 km express highway will run mainly in Uttar Pradesh and bypass Delhi at the eastern side and offer signal-free connectivity between Ghaziabad and Faridabad. Eastern Peripheral Expressway, popularly called as KGP Expressway is regarded as the National Expressway 2. The first is the Ahmedabad Vadodara Expressway.
#9 Raipur-Bilaspur Expressway
The Raipur-Bilaspur Expressway is a under construction express highway connecting two major cities of Chhattisgarh. An controlled-access highway of 126 km will lessen the travel between the capital city of Chhattisgarh and Bilaspur, the second-largest city. Raipur-Bilaspur Expressway is the foremost expressway of Chhattisgarh state.
#10 Hungund Hospet Expressway
The Hungund Hospet Expressway is a long access-controlled expressway of 99 km which runs through the state of Karnataka and will connect Hungund and Hospet. The 4-lane expressway will use the existing National Highway 13 will be one of the most prestigious project of the state of Karnataka.
Till now, the Yamuna Expressway which was known as the Taj Expressway before is the longest Indian 6-lane expressway highway. Maharashtra is constructing one of the enormous highways called as “Nagpur Aurangabad Mumbai express highway” of an incredible length of 700km. With these highways and more, Indians are slowly proceeding to make a mark at the global development of infrastructures. The National Expressways Authority of India functioning under the Ministry of Road Transport and Highways will be responsible for the construction and maintenance of expressways in our country. Till now, India has one of lowest density of expressways in the entire world.