Delhi Mumbai Expressway Speed Limit, Route, Map, Opening Date, Toll

Delhi Mumbai Expressway Route, Map, Speed Limit, Opening Date, Toll and budget details can be checked here. The upcoming Expressway Delhi Mumbai is a 1350-kilometre eight-lane highway built to reduce travel time from Delhi to Mumbai and will open for the public next year.

Delhi Mumbai Expressway

On March 9, 2019, Nitin Gadkari, Minister of Road Transport and Highways, laid the cornerstone for the Expressway. According to the reports, more than 15,000 hectares of land have been used across the five states to construct the Expressway.

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People are waiting for the Expressway to be opened for the general public as it will save both time and money. So considering your demand to know more about the Delhi-Mumbai Expressway, we have gathered every possible information for you.

Delhi Mumbai Expressway Route

Delhi Mumbai Expressway is an inventive assignment of the Indian government to connect the two main cities of India, Delhi and Mumbai, with the most probable minimal distance. The Expressway will decrease the time consumed to voyage between Delhi and Mumbai from 24 hours to 12 hours.

Delhi Mumbai Expressway

The eight-lane expressway, when concluded, is among the longest in India. It also leaves the possibility to be expandable up to 12 lanes depending upon the traffic volume per lane. 

Most recently, PM Modi inaugurated the Sohna-Dausa stretch of the Delhi Mumbai Expressway on 12th February 2023. The expressway is predicted to be completed by 2024. The mega project is looked at by the National Highway Authority of India.

The mega project is worth Rs 100000 crore, and 7,700 km of road has been constructed till now. We have got the news from some inside sources that around 80 lakh tons of cement will be used in the entire project.

Delhi Mumbai Expressway Highlights

  • The expressway cut down half the time travel between Delhi and Mumbai.
  • It is the longest expressway in the nation.
  • The expressway connects the major cities with over 40 interchanging points.
  • Relying on the traffic volume, the eight-lane expressway can be turned into twelve lanes.
  • The Expressway starting points are DND Flyway, Haryana and Delhi and Sohna. The ending points are Maharashtra, Jawaharlal Nehru Port Trust, Maharashtra and Virar.
  • The Expressway has 94 on-route amenities and more than 2000 water recharge points.
  • Delhi, Haryana, Gujarat, Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh, and Maharastra are the six states covered by it. 

Delhi Mumbai Expressway Map

The mega National Highway project was started on March 9, 2019, and is anticipated to complete by the year 2024. The expressway route will transit across five states, Rajasthan, Haryana, Maharashtra, Gujarat, and Madhya Pradesh. It is reported that over 15000 hectares of land have been used in all five states to complete the Delhi-Mumbai Expressway. The route length of the Expressway in all five states is cited in the below table.


Route Length (in km)


120 km


300 km


380 km


80 km

Madhya Pradesh

370 km

 The expressway will commence from Gurgaon in Haryana and transit through Jaipur and Sawai Madhopur in Rajasthan. After that, it passes from Ratlam in MP and Vadodara in Gujarat and will finally conclude at Mumbai in Maharashtra. The expressway will connect some major financial cities like Jaipur, Indore, Kishangarh, Surat, Vadodara, Udaipur, Kota, Bhopal, Chittorgarh, Ahmedabad, and Ujjain.

Delhi Mumbai Expressway Map 2023

The mega expressway is enhancing road connectivity between different states across India. Delhi Mumbai Expressway in Kota is attached to the Agra-Gwalior Greenfield Expressway, which is additionally connected to the Agra Expressway in Lucknow and Bundelkhand Expressway in Etawah.

This connectivity will lessen the time taken to travel between Delhi and Gwalior to four hours. Another Expressway between Chennai and Surat was also approved, connecting to the Delhi-Mumbai Expressway at Surat.

Delhi Mumbai Expressway Speed Limit

Vehicles can travel at the speed of 120 km per hour on the Expressway. The eight-lane expressway also comprises a separate lane for electric vehicles which is done for the first time in India. In addition, it is expandable to twelve lanes.

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Delhi Mumbai Expressway Opening Date

The opening date of the expressway has not been revealed so far, but looking at the progress of the construction and some inside sources, the expressway will be ready for the public by the next year, i.e. 2024.

Delhi Mumbai Expressway Toll

For the maintenance of the roads, the government is collecting toll money. The expressway has established an automatic toll collection system every 50 km from both entry and exit gates. The automatic toll system tracks the time and place of entry and debits your Fastag account at the selected exit point.

Although the toll rates are not finalized, the projected tax will be based on Rs 2.19 per km. Toll rates for the various stretches of the Expressway will be revealed soon by the NHAI.

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23 thoughts on “Delhi Mumbai Expressway Speed Limit, Route, Map, Opening Date, Toll”

  1. Toll rate should be minimal in order to take the long drive. They are assuming Rs.2.19. Let it be 1.19 per km.

    • Ideally per I’m it should not be more than 90 paise otherwise people may not use the same. No on one will pay 2000 bucks just on tolls. So either it should be Re 1 per km or less than that. I think we should look ahead for quantity of vehicles plying on them for returns.

      • Who will make up for the GAP ?? It may be FREE if Pappu comes to be the PM of I.N.D.I.A. This family business house type of congregation cares a hoot for logics.
        Look at Punjab. They have destroyed it in name of illogical freebies.

      • If one saves on fuel & wear on car but mostly on self & time. Always better to pay 2 extra than 2 less. 🙏
        toll worth every penny in case one does not have to wait in line.😊

    • Why don’t u see how much, fuel & money u can save. Also one wud be less tired since drive time is likely to come down to approx 12 hrs from the present 24-25 hours.

    • Who will make up for the GAP ?? It may be FREE if Pappu comes to be the PM of I.N.D.I.A. This family business house type of congregation cares a hoot for logics.
      Look at Punjab. They have destroyed it in name of illogical freebies.

  2. The toll should not be more than a rupee per km. It is nice that automatic toll collection is established. Rs 2.19 is a bit high, making it expensive than air travel.

  3. If you are travelling from Pune to Indore, where will be the connection available on this route on the Mumbai Delhi express way.??

  4. Toll rate is too high. Toll payable by car user will be around Rs3000. It needs to be drastically reduced to attract volume which in turn will multiply revenue

  5. Even before the launch people are already cribbing about toll.
    when will we learn that if you want world class infrastrecture you have to pay the correct price.
    those who cannot afford can use the old highway

    • Will said! We have the mentality to compare facilities to the west & not the cost. They get those facilities cause they’re ready to pay for them.

    • It is already being build from the tax payers money. Hopefully you know that. Aim should not be recovering the cost of building the expressway, toll should be just for maintaining the expressway.
      We can only be world class if there is no corruption if government keep misusing tax payers money, world class doesn’t seems possible.

  6. પશ્ચિમ ના સાથે સરખામણી કયાં કરવાની. સામાન્ય માણસ પણ ઉપયોગ કરી શકે. જે ટાઇમ બચાવો અને તેનાથી પૈસા બચે એ ટોલ ના રૃપે સરકાર ને આપવાના. મતલબ શું

  7. It’s really costly 2.19,per Km,I was planning to drive down to Mumbai,but the toll cost it’s better travelling by 3AC to the petrol cost

  8. Modi govt is there to take exploit and loot people… toll be more than Rs 2….tolls are being setup as politicians and contractors scams using public money and making people pay for them for life time evn after the contractor recovers with sifficient profit.

  9. When you can save money on fuel and at the same time save time it’s worth the drive. Can’t wait to completion of this prestigious project. I can reach Shimla in about 20 hours ..


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