The Delhi-Dehradun Expressway, a significant infrastructure project, is currently undergoing load testing from Akshardham to Khekra in Bagpat. Upon successful testing and approval from the ministry, this section of the expressway will be opened for traffic, with a likely start date before July 30th.


NHAI officials have stated that only the first phase, covering 32 kilometers, will initially be opened for traffic. However, toll collection rules have been established for the entire 210-kilometer corridor. A single agency will manage toll collection across the expressway, with the Project Implementation Unit (PIU) in Bagpat designated as the nodal body overseeing the toll plazas.


Toll Plaza Management

Master Control Room: A master control room under the Bagpat PIU will monitor the entire expressway, ensuring smooth operations and management of toll collection.

Toll Plaza Locations Details
Delhi-Ghaziabad Main toll plaza at the Delhi border in Ghaziabad’s Loni area.
Dehradun Entry Another main toll plaza being constructed near the Dehradun entry point.

Fastag and Toll Collection

Vehicles with Fastag will have seamless passage through the toll plazas. However, if a Fastag is blacklisted, manual toll payment will be required.

Important Dates Milestones
July 30th Expected start of traffic on the first phase (32 kilometers).
November Anticipated completion of the entire project.

Future Prospects

The Delhi-Dehradun Expressway is set to significantly improve travel time and reduce congestion on existing routes, making travel between these two cities more efficient and comfortable. Keep an eye out for further updates as the project progresses towards its completion.

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