Six lane highway announced between Karnataka's Chitradurga, Davangere
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Six lane highway announced between Karnataka's Chitradurga, Davangere

Union transport minister Nitin Gadkari announced another six-lane national highway for Karnataka on Monday. National Highway Authority of India (NHAI) will construct the latest highway between Chitradurga and Davangere which is expected to speed up the connectivity between both the towns in Karnataka.

Gadkari took to Twitter and wrote, “Adding an immense segment in modern-road connectivity for Karnataka people, NHAI is constructing a 6-lane wide section from Chitradurga to Davangere including Chitradurga Bypass.”

The 72 km national highway will cost the central government Rs 14 billion and it will be built using sustainable methods. “In our efforts to build sustainable roads & promote use of alternative materials in road architecture, this project has used plastic in bituminous concrete and milling material in service roads which will diminish maintenance cost of roads in the future,” Gadkari further tweeted.

Not just between Chitradurga and Davangere but the latest project will also increase the road transportation between Bengaluru and Mumbai as the highway will also partially connect both the capital cities.

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Union transport minister Nitin Gadkari announced another six-lane national highway for Karnataka on Monday. National Highway Authority of India (NHAI) will construct the latest highway between Chitradurga and Davangere which is expected to speed up the connectivity between both the towns in Karnataka. Gadkari took to Twitter and wrote, “Adding an immense segment in modern-road connectivity for Karnataka people, NHAI is constructing a 6-lane wide section from Chitradurga to Davangere including Chitradurga Bypass.” The 72 km national highway will cost the central government Rs 14 billion and it will be built using sustainable methods. “In our efforts to build sustainable roads & promote use of alternative materials in road architecture, this project has used plastic in bituminous concrete and milling material in service roads which will diminish maintenance cost of roads in the future,” Gadkari further tweeted. Not just between Chitradurga and Davangere but the latest project will also increase the road transportation between Bengaluru and Mumbai as the highway will also partially connect both the capital cities. Also Read Jindal Stainless reduces 1.4 lakh tonnes of CO2 emissions in FY22 India expected to become $7 trillion economy in seven years: CEA

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