Travel time from Delhi to Jaipur will before long be chopped down to only three hours! According to the most recent reports, you will actually want to travel relentlessly from Dhaula Kuan to Jaipur in almost three hours by next June i.e. 2022, taking the Delhi-Gurgaon and Sohna-Mumbai interstates. At this point, the National Highways Authority of India (NHAI) has set a cut-off time till March 31, 2022, for the Sohna raised street, which for without signal travel, takes off from Rajiv Chowk in Gurgaon, and the Sohna-Dausa stretch of Delhi-Mumbai freeway. 

Prior, the cut-off time set by NHAI was November 2021, which must be reached out because of the second flood of Coronavirus. To guarantee the parkway is prepared on the set course of events, Road Transport Minister Nitin Gadkari as of late audited the activities and completed an ethereal review across Rajasthan, Haryana, and Madhya Pradesh. He additionally coordinated the NHAI to guarantee the work is finished on schedule and requested that they facilitate work, in order to carry alleviation to suburbanites and guarantee them to bother free travel. 

Explaining erring on this, an NHAI official expressed, "The absolute separation from Dhaula Kuan to Jaipur by means of Sohna and Dausa is around 270 km and the distance is practically something very similar on the off chance that one goes by NH-8 (the current Delhi-Jaipur interstate). Yet, since the freeway is intended for just rapid vehicles and one can go at a most extreme allowed speed of 120 kmph, the movement time to Jaipur will diminish to three hours. Thus, suburbanites can save over an hour utilizing the freeway." 

The Minister additionally added that the interstate would highlight helipads to promptly clear street crash casualties, and furthermore for the activity of robots. The NHAI guaranteed that this street will be one of the world's quickest constructed freeways. NHAI Manoj Kumar added, "The 8-path freeway can be extended to 12 paths to meet future prerequisites. We have left sufficient room in the middle, which can be utilized for laying four additional paths."

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