In this article, we are going to look at the Mumbai-Pune Expressway. The traffic movement is now going to be affected from now onwards. So now in this article, we are going to share the timings, and we are also going to share the places which area has been affected, and also gonna share some other details. The roadblocks on the Mumbai-Pune Expressway are because of the installation of gantries for the Highway Management System. The Maharashtra State Road Development Corporation is all set to implement some hour-long roadblocks on the Mumbai-Pune Expressway. Now read this entire article to learn everything regarding the Mumbai-Pune Expressway roadblock.
According to the source, the Maharashtra State Road Development Corporation (MSRDC) is now completely set to implement the hour-long roadblocks on the MUmbai-Pune Expressway in October 2023 commencing from 17th October 2023, Tuesday. There would be a move that might affect the movement of the vehicles. In a press conference which was held on 16th October 2023, Monday, the MSRDC stated that the traffic blacks are necessary because of the current working installation of gantries at several points near the 95 km long expressway which is part of the Highway Management System. Scroll down to know more.
Reports have shown that all these roadblocks are enforced between 12 noon to 1 pm on 17th October 2023, Tuesday, 19th October 2023, Friday, and 26th October 2023. It is going to be stuck at different locations along the highway. All these roadblocks are going to affect Mumbai and Pune bound lanes which are at the key locations which include Khandala Tunne, Dheku Village, and Lonavala. Dasturi Police post, and Khandala Exit on the given dates. The roadblocks are going to impact the Mumbai-Pune corridors. At the start of this month, the state-run corporation has now enforced roadblocks for one or two hours because of the same reason. Continue reading to know more.
Recently officials have released a note, in which it has been clearly stated that the traffic on Mumbai and Pune bound lanes is going to resume at around 1 p.m. after every single roadblock. The Mumbai-Pune Expressway holds the distinction of India’s first controlled highway. Sources say, the 6-lane expressway was operationalized in 2002 with five plaza of toll collection, which also includes the Khalapur and Talegaon serve as their primary locations. More information regarding the roadblocks at Mumbai-Pune Expressway will be shared very soon.