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Experience the travel joy on 135km, six lanes and a 1.5hr drive between Palwal and Kundli.

National Highways Authority of India (NHAI) officials said the expressway would raise the bar for future highway projects. Travelling the entire stretch by car could cost around Rs 200 while trucks and buses may have to shell out about Rs 650. The toll charges will be 1.25 times more than other Nhs.

National Highways Authority of India (NHAI) officials said the expressway would raise the bar for future highway projects. Travelling the entire stretch by car could cost around Rs 200 while trucks and buses may have to shell out about Rs 650. The toll charges will be 1.25 times more than other Nhs. 

To break the monotony, NHAI is setting up 28 colourful fountains at all the interchanges and at major bridges. Over three dozen replicas of popular monuments are being installed along the expressway.

The entire stretch is fenced to ensure no animal gets on to the expressway. The authorities are installing street lights all along the stretch with retro-reflective tapes to indicate the distance every hundred meters. 

Officials supervising the project said the entire stretch would turn beautiful after the monsoon. Bougainvillea saplings will be planted on the median. The colour pattern will change after every kilometer

Sources admitted that while traffic coming from Chandigarh could smoothly get on to the expressway at Kundli, there could be a traffic jam on the other carriageway since Haryana government had not yet built the interchange. 

As per the plan, the road will get modern tolling and incident management system to track movement of vehicles, accidents and other emergencies on real-time basis but it will take more than six months to put all those in place. This part of the project will be undertaken with assistance from JICA.