UP’s Bundelkhand Expressway is scheduled to open in one month


The Bundelkhand Expressway in Uttar Pradesh is almost finished, and Prime Minister Narendra Modi will probably open it in the middle of July.

The project site in the Etawah district was inspected by Awanish Kumar Awasthi, the Additional Chief Secretary for Housing and CEO of the Uttar Pradesh Expressway Industrial Development Authority (UPEIDA), on Tuesday. He given the contractors 10 days to complete the outstanding work.

Beginning in the Chitrakoot district close to Bharatkoop and ending in Etawah close to Kudrail village, the 296-kilometer access-controlled route connects to the Agra-Lucknow expressway. The highway would pass through the communities of Chitrakoot, Banda, Mahoba, Hamirpur, Jaluan, Aurraiya, and Etawah.

The four-lane highway comprises 14 big bridges, 266 small bridges, 18 flyovers, 6 toll plazas, and 7 ramp plazas in addition to four railway overbridges. The officials claim that a service highway has been constructed to provide access to the nearby settlements.

As soon as the Bundelkhand Expressway is operational, the area will be connected to Delhi and the National Capital Region via the Agra-Lucknow Expressway and Yamuna Expressway. The underdeveloped area of Bundelkhand will develop more quickly thanks to the highway, which will also benefit the agricultural, commercial, tourism, and industrial sectors.