Amritsar-Jamnagar Expressway will pass through these 5 districts of Rajasthan, will connect with Bikaner refinery, will become helipad
Amritsar-Jamnagar expressway latest news: Amritsar-Jamnagar Expressway is one of the longest economic corridor in the country. The largest part of this 1224 km long corridor is passing through 636 km Rajasthan. This expressway being built under Bharat Mala Project will pass through Ganganagar, Bikaner, Nagaur, Jodhpur, Barmer in Rajasthan. This expressway will connect 3 major refineries and 3 ports of the country including Punjab, Haryana, Gujarat. This is the second six-lane expressway in the country, on which helipads will be built near the interchange or way site. Army can also use it.
The Amritsar-Jamnagar Expressway is one of the longest economic corridors in the country. It is being constructed under the Bharatmala project. The largest part of this 1224 km long corridor under construction is 636 km passing through Rajasthan. The Amritsar-Jamnagar Sixlane Greenfield National Highway is originating from the north to west border of Rajasthan. This is such an economic corridor that will connect three refineries of the country, Bathinda in Punjab and Jamnagar and Barmer refineries of Gujarat. The National Highways Authority of India has also planned to connect the Delhi-Mumbai Expressway and the Jamnagar-Amritsar Economic Corridor.
Amritsar-Jamnagar Expressway will connect Punjab, Haryana, Gujarat, while exports from Jammu and Kashmir, Himachal Pradesh, Ladakh benefited. This is the second six-lane expressway in the country, on which helipads are to be built near the interchange or the way site. For this, NHAI has spotted 20 to 25 sites. 7 states, 3 major refineries and 3 ports of the country will also be connected to this espresso. This is the second six-lane expressway in the country, on which helipads will be built near the interchange or way site. For this, NHAI has identified 20 to 25 sites. Rajasthan alone has more than 14 sites. Under Bharat Mala Project, a total of 1316 km green field highway will be built up to Faridkot, Bhatinda, Abohar, Ganganagar, Bikaner, Nagaur, Jodhpur, Barmer, Pachpadra, Sanchore, Radhanpur, Jamnagar.
This expressway will connect major military stations on the western border. With this, the response time of the army will now be reduced to less than 48 hours. The helipad built near the expressway will be used during emergency. With the help of this, critical patients will be able to air lift. Military stations of 3 states will be connected with this one road. For the first time, Jamnagar, Bathinda, Pachpadra refinery will also be connected to this economic corridor. Porbandar, Mundra and Kandla ports will also be connected.
Advance Traffic Management System is being installed on the expressway to prevent road accidents. 6 to 7 thousand CCTV cameras will be installed in 1224 km. It will alert on the gantry as soon as the speed of the vehicle exceeds 100 kmph. There will be an emergency call box system at a distance of every 1 km. Ambulance, Highway Patrol will reach that location in a few minutes as soon as the call is made. With the formation of the expressway, the distance of 174 km between Sangaria and Sanchore in Rajasthan will be reduced.
More than 60% work of Amritsar-Jamnagar Economic Corridor has been completed in Rajasthan. Vehicles will run at a speed of 120 km on this. For the first time on the expressway, there will be 16 side-bay trauma centers, electric chargers every 40 km, markets for local products, etc. Toll will be levied on getting off the expressway. On this expressway it has an interchange near Patau village in Barmer, its shape is like that of a butterfly. With this, you will be able to go to Barmer and Jodhpur.