5 Biggest infrastructure projects by Prime Minister Modi, this has changed India’s look thoroughly

During his tenure, Prime Minister of India Narendra Modi has taken many important steps towards the country’s sustained development. Many infrastructure projects have been started under his leadership, which have promoted the country’s aesthetic and modern image. Here we will discuss the 5 biggest infrastructure projects that have changed the face of entire India:

Delhi-Mumbai Expressway: The construction work of the Delhi-Mumbai Expressway is going on quickly. This is an ambitious infrastructure project of the Central Government, which will pass through 6 states Delhi, Haryana, Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh, Gujarat, and Maharashtra, and will connect major cities like Kota, Indore, Jaipur, Bhopal, Vadodara, and Surat. This expressway will be 1380 kilometres long. After completion, it will be the longest expressway in the country. Its work can be completed by January 2024.

Chenab Railway Bridge: The world’s highest railway bridge is completely ready. This bridge built on the Chenab River in Jammu and Kashmir is taller than the Eiffel Tower. The project is part of the Udhampur-Srinagar-Baramulla Rail Link. Chenab Railway Bridge is a joint venture between Afcons Infrastructure (India), VSL India, and Ultra Construction and Engineering Company of South Korea. It is likely to open by 2023. This will also increase tourism in Kashmir.

Mumbai Trans Harbor Link: Due to the continuous construction of highways, bridges, and expressways in India, the distance to big cities is decreasing. In this series, India’s longest sea bridge Mumbai Trans Harbor Link is being built. When trains start running on this, it will be possible to reach Goa from Mumbai 2 hours earlier. Sixteen and a half kilometers of this 22-kilometer-long bridge is being built on the sea and is a 6-lane project.

Kochi Water Metro: Kochi Water Metro is a ferry transport project launched by Kochi Metro Rail Limited. It will connect 10 islands spread over 76 kilometers. Apart from being fully air-conditioned and eco-friendly, Kerala Water Metro has also taken care of facilities for the disabled. The water metro project will have 78 electric boats and 38 terminals.

Inland Water Transport: The Modi government focuses on increasing transportation through river systems in the country. It also aims to reduce transportation costs in the country. The government has planned to create 111 National Waterways, where several ghats will be developed for passenger and freight transportation under the Ardh Ganga Project.

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