CONNECTING THE POLITICAL AND FINANCIAL CAPITALS OF INDIA
Delhi–Mumbai Expressway will connect Delhi to JN Port in Maharashtra via Sohna (starting point), Alwar, Dausa, Sawai Madhopur, Kota, Ratlam, Vadodara and Surat. The Expressway has connectivity from Delhi and Faridabad via DND and will be linked to Jewar Airport and the existing Agra Expressway
through multiple link roads. The main length of the expressway is from Sohna to Virar only i.e. 1,198 km. Additionally, it has two spurs: DND–Faridabad–KMP (59 km) and Virar–JNPT (92 km), which increases its length to 1,350 km.
MULTIPLYING LAND VALUE- DME ADVANTAGE
FOCUS OF DEVELOPMENT
Over 30% of the expressway runs through Rajasthan, giving the state a lions share of the development along the expressway.
1500 ACRE RIICO TOWNSHIP
Rajasthan State Industrial Development and Investment Corporation Ltd has commissioned a 1500 acre industrial township opposite Araville site.
PREFERRED ROUTE TO KEY CITIES
The upcoming expressway will become the preferred route of travel to key tourist and business hubs like Jaipur, Indore, Ahmedabad amongst others.
Plans underway to build a cargo airport in Alwar-Bhiwadi region to support the Delhi Mumbai Industrial Corridor and DFC, giving further boost to development in the region.