Who constructed Yamuna Expressway?

Yamuna Expressway project was implemented by Jaypee Infratech Limited. In May 2012, Jaypee Group informed state government officials that construction of the expressway had been completed.

How much long is Yamuna Expressway?

165 Km long
The 165 Km long Yamuna Expressway has been developed by the Jaypee Group under Public-Private – Partnership.

How many tolls Yamuna Expressway from Delhi to Agra?

three toll plazas
One can now head from India Gate in New Delhi to the Taj Mahal in Agra in just two-and-a-half hours. The state government has given approval to the toll rates at Rs 2.10 per km for cars and light motor vehicles (LMVs) with three toll plazas at 38 km, 95 km and 150 km points.

Who made Agra expressway?

Yamuna Expressway Project between Greater Noida and Agra is India’s longest controlled-access expressway, developed by Jaypee Group under public private partnership (PPP) build operate transfer (BOT) model for a total value of US$ 2.3 billion.

Is FASTag accepted at Yamuna Expressway?

NOIDA/NEW DELHI: The FASTag lanes at the Yamuna Expressway’s toll plazas will not slow you down if you’re planning to drive down to the Taj for Christmas or New Year. From December 22, all the three toll plazas – at Jewar, Mathura and Agra – will operate eight FASTag lanes on either carriageway.

Is FASTag compulsory on Yamuna Expressway?

The FASTag system was introduced by the National Highways Authority of India (NHAI) and this is the default mode of payment of user fees on all NHs. The installation of such tags in all four-wheelers and above categories has been made mandatory.

What is the full form of Lucknow?

Lucknow is the capital city of Uttar Pradesh in India. According to one legend, the city is named after Lakshmana, the younger brother of Lord Rama. The place was also called Lakshmanpur, popularly known as Lakhanpur or Lachmanpur. Over time, the name changed to Lucknow, the anglicized pronunciation of “Lakhnau”

Which is the shortest expressway?

[1] The shortest National Highway was the NH 766EE (4.27 km (2.65 mi)), in KARNATAKA State India has the distinction of having the world’s highest drivable highway connecting Manali to Leh in Ladakh, Kashmir.