A commute on the 84-km-long road, which has six lanes, makes an exhilarating experience in the middle of the day as it passes through some of the greenest farmlands between Manesar and Kundli. It goes through Jhajjar, Badli, Bahadurgarh, Sonipat and other parts of the NCR, and connects four major national highways -- NH-1, NH- 2, NH-8 and NH -10.
So technically one can go from NH-1 to NH-10 without entering Delhi!
It is expected that almost 20% to 25% of non-destined commercial traffic entering Gurugram and Delhi would take this diversion, thus cutting down congestion and pollution levels. Strong votaries of the expressway cite the toll collection figures of Mnaesar-Palwal section as an indication of the future. “Initially, the toll collection on this stretch for first few months was around Rs 20 lakh per day but now the average is around Rs 60 lakh and most of it is from commercial and heavy traffic,” says Pradeep Goyal, vice-president, Essel Infraprojects Ltd, which was awarded contract in 2016.
That is @200 crores per year in toll. Additionally it will save the same in terms of diesel/petrol. So over 10 years, it would have paid off the infrastructure cost. Nice 7.2% return per annum.
Chi-chi fotu https://swarajyamag.com/insta/prime-minister-modi-inaugurates-kundli-maneswar-expressway-attacks-congress-for-wasting-public-money
And a map