The election agenda of now UP CM Akhilesh Yadav has a close connect with the state’s infrastructural scenario. The leader is looking forward to implementing three promising greenfield expressways in the state including an expressway in Bundelkhand, the Bijnor-Moradabad-Fatehgarh Expressway and the Greater Noida-Muzaffarnagar Expressway. All three projects will be supervised and executed by Uttar Pradesh Expressways Industrial Development Authority. These expressway projects will be developed on the lines of the popular Agra-Lucknow Expressway and Lucknow-Ghazipur Expressway.
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UD Ministry Sanctions 250 Cr To Lucknow Metro, City’The UD Ministry has allotted funds for the speedy progress of the Lucknow Metro. The metro rail project along with other regulatory reforms will give a fillip to the city's property market.
Studying The Impact Of Agra-Lucknow Expressway On ReThe Agra Lucknow Expressway opens for public use from December 23, and will be connecting national capital via the Yamuna Expressway. As the travel time will be reduced to six hours from 10 at present, the expressway will be acting as a catalyst for the Noida real estate market. This is expected to impact Noida realty as investors from small cities of Shikohabad, Firozabad, Etawah, Kannauj, Kanpur and Unnao have started showing interest in areas close to expressways.
11 Features Of The Agra-Lucknow ExpresswayRunning across 10 districts, 236 villages and 3,500 hectares of land, the expressway will connect to the famous Yamuna Expressway via the Agra Ring Road.
Ahmedabad’s Motera Cricket Stadium Set To Become WorCurrent holder of the Ranji Trophy, a state cricket championship in India, Gujarat is all set to build the world’s largest cricket stadium. At present, Melbourne Cricket Ground (MCG) is the largest cricket ground in the world with a seating capacity of around 90,000 spectators. After it is completed, Motera cricket stadium would surpass MCG to become the world’s largest cricket ground with a seating capacity of 1.1 lakh.
last update - 21-01-2017