Haryana gets 3 new highways: Panipat, Hisar and Ambala will be built, Chandigarh to Delhi will take only two and a half hours

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Soon NHIA officials will start the work of preparing the DPR.

Haryana is going to get 3 more new highways soon. All these three new highways will be built under the Bharatmala project. These highways will be constructed between Panipat to Chautala village, Hisar to Rewari and Ambala to Delhi. The Center has approved the proposal of these three National Highways. Now it will help in reducing the traffic load on GT Road.

Chandigarh to Delhi in two and a half hours
With the construction of a new highway between Ambala and Delhi on the banks of the Yamuna, the distance between Chandigarh and Delhi can be covered in 2 to 2.5 hours. With this, the pressure of vehicles on GT Road will be reduced by the highway being built on the banks of Yamuna. The new highway will be used to travel from Delhi to Haryana, Chandigarh, Punjab, Himachal and Jammu and Kashmir.

Panipat-Chautala village will become green field highway
Starting from New Delhi to Akshardham, a new highway will be built till Ambala. It will also be connected with the expressway built from Panchkula to Yamunanagar. A new Green Field Expressway will be built from Panipat to Chautala village. With this there will be direct connectivity from Bikaner to Meerut.

Haryana Deputy CM Dushyant Chautala.

Haryana Deputy CM Dushyant Chautala.

DPR will now be prepared after approval
Haryana Deputy CM Dushyant Chautala said that after getting the approval of the Central Government, now the National Highways Authority will prepare its detailed report. After the approval of the report, the process of highway construction will be started by inviting tenders. Soon after this, the officials of the National Highway Authority of India (NHAI) will start the work of preparing the DPR.

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