Infrastructure of Indian cities are getting improved with the help of Intra-City Expressways, Flyovers and Elevated Roads such as Noida Greater Noida Expressway, Delhi Noida Direct Flyway,Eastern expressway Surat and Hyderabad Elevated Expressways. These roads are helping to manage the traffic in the cities and also offering the good connectivity to other areas of down town and lower towns.
The Delhi-Gurgaon Expressway is 28 km Intra-City Expressways connecting Delhi with the Millennium city of Gurgaon and being a part of the Golden Quadrilateral project. Delhi Gurgaon Expressway also hold the 32-lane toll gate at the Delhi-Gurgaon border, the largest in South Asia and the second largest in Asia.
The DND Flyway 9.2 km long is a world-class expressway, The access controlled tolled expressway connects Delhi to Noida, one of Delhi largest sub cities. DND Flyway is the first Toll Plaza in India to be certified ISO and has second largest toll Plaza of 31 lane at the Noida end.
The Noida–Greater Noida Expressway 24.53 km long six-lane highway connecting Noida to Greater Noida. Greater Noida 2 Noida Expressway is under expansion along the Yamuna Expressway.
The must awaited and most beautiful 4.4 km Elevated highway connecting Delhi to Faridabad on NH 2 is marvelous structure of the country, The 3 lane dual elevated highway with interchange/ramps at Mehrauli Junction.
The 23 km long and 12 lane Kanpur over-bridge has been built in Kanpur city on National Highway 2. It is one of the largest over-bridges in the Asia. Kanpur Over-Bridge is one of the best road bridge in India.
Belghoria Expressway is four-laned, 8 kilometresaccess controlled tolled expressway, linked Dakshineswar and Jessore road near Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose International Airport.
The Panipat Elevated Expressway is 10 km long Elevated Highway, built to ease the traffic on NH-1 between Delhi and Amritsar. Panipat Elevated Highway also has 3.6 km long flyover, the longest 6 lane flyover in India.
The 8 km long Kona Expressway is part of Golden Quadrilateral project and connects Kolkata to NH2 and then joins to NH 6 as well. Kona Expressway also connects the beautiful cities of Howrah, Kolkata, Diamond Harbour, Kulpi and Bakkhali to National Highway NH 2 and NH 6.
The 11.6km long P.V. Narasimha Rao Elevated Expressway connects the Hyderabad International Airport with the city at Mehdipatnam. It is one of the two proposed elevated expressways within the city of Hyderabad,Rajiv Elevated Expressway being other.
Shaheed Path is 23 km long elevated outer bypass build to divert the traffic coming from Kanpur Road or Faizabad Road. It was a dream project of former Prime Minister Atal Behari Vajpayee,
The four to eight-lane Hosur Road highway connects the city of Bangalore Karnataka to border town of Hosur Tamil Nadu. Bangalore Elevated Tollway is 9.9 km long elevated, tolled, access-controlled expressway and Bangalore’s tallest flyover.
The Chennai Bypass is a 32 km long full-access controlled expressway that interconnects four radial Indian National Highways around city of Chennai. Chennai Bypass Expressway now forms a part of the circular transportation corridor and also contains 3.2 elevated six lane corridor.
The Chennai Port– Maduravoyal Expressway is an 19 km long elevated expressway under construction in the city of Chennai, along the bank of the Cooum River and reaches Maduravoyal. Maduravoyal elevated expressway road project connecting the port with Maduravoyal.
The 29 km long Western Freeway project of Mumbai will reduce traffic-congestion between the Western Suburbs and the island city, It will connect stretch from Marine Drive to Kandivli. Bandra-Worli Sea Link was one of the phase of Western Freeway transportation infrastructure project.
The Eastern Freeway connects P D’Mello Road to the Eastern Express Highway is a 16.8 km long controlled-access freeway, comprising two of three segments with twin tunnels,Link Road and elevated lanes. Santa Cruz-Chembur Link Road is the place where two major highways of Mumbai cross each other, the Chembur Santacruz flyover is India’s first double-decker flyover.
The Chatrapati Shivaji Maharaj uddanpul is India’s first externally strutted segmental box girder Bridge and India’s Second Longest road bridge. It is located on National Highway 3 near Dwarka area in Nashik city of Maharashtra.