Seven Under Construction Express Highways in India

India has a huge road network that connects every city and town of the country,Indian roads are divided into first classs road that includes expressway and second is highways. There are so many expressway already constucted across the Indian states such as Mumbai-Pune Expressway, first expressway of India and recently opened Yamuna Expressway. Apart from the upcoming longest expressway, Some of the Under Construction Expressway of India are listed as below.

Suratkal-B.C Road Expressway 36 km


The Suratkal-B.C Road Expressway is almost completed, connects Mangalore to Bangalore and handle the traffic of NH-17 and Nh-48. The four-lane highway connects Mangalore Port to Surathkal on NH-66 and BC Road junction on NH-48.

Himalayan Expressway  28 km


The Himalayan Expressway is recently completed express highway in India, connecting Chandigarh to Shimla. The four-lane Himalayan Expressway starts from Zirakpur and travel toward Shimla bypasses Pinjore, Kalka & Parwanoo Traffic. Himalayan Expressway is built by the Jaypee group and offers one of the most beautiful and scenic driver throughout the travel.

Sion Panvel Express Highway 25 km


The 25 km long express highway connecting the Mumbai city to Panvel via Navi Mumbai is an Under Construction highway and connects the city with National Highway 4. Sion Panvel Expressway is one of the most busiest and important road in Mumbai and consists of 12 lanes wide (6 lanes in each direction),3 new Flyover,ervice roads and Underpasses along with Foot over Bridges.

Eastern and Western Freeway 22 km


The Freeway of Mumbai that includes Eastern and Western Freeway of 22 km and 25km respectively are controlled-access freeway connects south Mumbai to Eastern Express Highway and The Western Freeway or Coastal Freeway through the Bandra-Worli Sea Link over the Arabian Sea to reduce traffic-congestion.

Chennai Port-Maduravoyal Expressway 19 km

Chennai-Maduravoyal-Elevated- Expressway

The Chennai Port Maduravoyal Expressway is under construction elevated expressway in Chennai along the bank of the Cooum River and forms a part of the circular corridor 2 of the High Speed Circular Corridors. Maduravoyal Expressway will be the longest elevated expressway of India followed by two other Hyderabad Elevated Expressway 11.6 km and Hosur Road Elevated Expressway 9.2 km of Bangalore. The Expressway crosses the Elevated Chennai Mass Rapid Transit System (MRTS)line then meets the Koyambedu Grade Separator and goes along NH4 median then starts coming down and meet the Maduravoyal clover-leaf grade separator.

Bamroli-Althan Expressway 12 km


The Bamroli Althan Expressway also known as Middle Ring Road located in the city of Surat and serving as city highway. Bamroli Althan Expressway begins at Daksheshwar Junction and connects Bamroli to Althan.

Bangalore-Mysore Expressway 111 km


The Bangalore-Mysore Expressway also known as Bangalore–Mysore Infrastructure Corridor is 111 km long proposed 4 to 6 lane private tolled express highway. Bangalore–Mysore Infrastructure Corridor connect two important cities of Bengaluru and Mysore of Karnataka.


  • Deshbandhu says:

    What India ought to have done is formation of a consortium to overlook world class expressways and not just shoddy road work. This should include some reputed foreign and Indian companies and financial lending agencies coupled with some real technical expets to oversee these projects. We can learn from Malaysia and Thailand our not so distant neighbours to share from their experience. This is the first step towards becoming a global economic power apart from allowing private enterprise to run parallel railnetwork and invest into existing railways and corporations. The problem is lack of political and executeve will. We must do this as fast as possible keeping in mind our ever growing population. Is any one listenining.

  • aaa says:

    deshbandhu your comment is stupid, most of these are brilliant roads and are much more durable even in the challenging climate of India, with heavy rains and hot temperatures. Just because you know nothing doesn’t mean it’s shoddy

    • Deshbandhu says:

      You are just an immature and ignorant brat to call me stupid. Probably you do not know how much is India’s population and traffic, 4 lanes do not serve the purpose now any more. Moreover most Indian roads are not of good quality and wear off with time although some new ones like tha Agra expressway have used new technology and I did campaign for this road and also gave away my own land for this expressway. You need to visit countries like Malaysia to open your eyes. Do not teach me as I have gone around the world and know what I am writing about. I am not a politician by the way.

  • Shivam Srivastava says:

    u have not written about the taj expressway. according to me its the best one

  • sanch says:

    Are all these access controlled because a true expressway is access controlled. Some of them doesn’t look access controlled

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