Maharashtra CM: Mumbai-Goa to soon get new expressway like Nagpur Samruddhi Mahamarg
The Samruddhi Mahamarg is a 701 Km expressway being built at a cost of about Rs 55,000 crore
The Mumbai-Goa Highway will be developed on the lines of the expressway between the metropolis and Pune as well as the recently inaugurated Samruddhi Corridor to Nagpur, Maharashtra Chief Minister Eknath Shinde said here.
Addressing the concluding function of the 'Malvani Mahotsav' on Sunday night, Shinde said the expressway between Mumbai and Goa will be a greenfield one (fresh construction) and will be access controlled.
The coastal road to Sindhudurg in the state's Konkan region will also be widened, he added.
The Samruddhi Mahamarg is a 701 Km expressway - being built at a cost of about Rs 55,000 crore is one of India's longest expressways, passing through Maharashtra`s 10 districts and prominent urban regions of Amravati, Aurangabad, and Nashik.
The Samruddhi Mahamarg or Nagpur-Mumbai Super Communication Expressway project is expected to bolster infrastructure and connectivity throughout the nation.