India's Engineering Wonders: 5 Longest Expressways in The Country

Mumbai Nashik Expressway, Maharashtra: A 150 km long expressway, Mumbai Nashik Expressway connects the financial capital Mumbai to the holy city Nashik. It is one of the major gateways to connect Mumbai with rest of the Indian cities.
This expressway is one of the largest Build-Operate-Transfer road projects in India that was built at the cost of Rs.40 billion.
It is part of the Mumbai-Nashik segment of National Highway 3.The project involves four-laning of the 99.5 km Vadape-Gonde (Mumbai-Nasik) section of the National Highway-3. The road has been developed by Gammon, Sadbhav Engineering Limited and B.E. Billimoria & Co. The Mumbai-Nashik Expressway is quite important for both the cities as it is expected to decrease the travelling time between these two cities to just four hours.
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Reader's comments(2)
1: `Why there is no mention of 'Dugapur Express way' in West bengal?It is part of golden quadrilateral connecting Kolkata to Durgapur
Posted by: Aniruddha Maitra - 23 Apr, 2014
2: Bangalore Mysore express way has not really built. It's just a connecting NH. Worst traffic and hell lot of speed breakers. Can't be considered as express way.
Posted by: David Thavamani - 19 Apr, 2014