Motorists on the Pune-Satara national highway will soon be able to enjoy the pleasure of driving on a six-lane way. The decision was made, after the National Highway Authority of India (NHAI) received as many as 27 bids from private companies to convert the four-lane, 140 km long, Pune-Satara highway into six lanes.
A senior NHAI official said the expansion would also be extended to the Katraj-Dehu road bypass.
In addition, the Rs1,724.55crore project will also include the construction of seven-metre-wide service lanes on both sides of the highway. From 60,000 to one lakh vehicles ply between Pune-Satara daily.
However, an NHAI official said the number of motorists using the Katraj-Dehu road bypass is more than those using the Pune-Satara national highway. To read more, please, visit - DNA
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