Toll plazas will end in the country, recovery will be done with new technology, Gadkari gave information
Aug 04, 2022 | 9:25 am
The central government is continuously working to improve roads and highways in the country. To give relief to people, such expressways are being built in which time is saved during the journey. Meanwhile, Union Minister Nitin Gadkari has said in the Rajya Sabha on Wednesday that 26 Green Expressway will be constructed in the country by 2024 by the Central Government. These will reduce the distance and time between major cities. With this, Gadkari said that the ministry is considering the option of two new technologies by finishing the toll plaza, from which toll collection will be done.
Union Minister Nitin Gadkari said in the Rajya Sabha that as soon as these highway work If it is completed, then there will be two hours cut from Delhi to Dehradun, Delhi to Haridwar and Delhi to Jaipur. He further said that it will take only two and a half hours to go from Delhi to Chandigarh, it will take only four hours to go from Delhi to Amritsar. With this, the journey between Delhi and Mumbai can be completed in 12 hours. He has also said that I guarantee to construct roads like America in India.
Gadkari said on the number of vehicles growing on the country's toll plaza that the Transport Ministry moved towards this and by removing the toll plaza by removing the toll plaza. Considering many new techniques. This will get rid of the jam. He gave the example of two techniques for this. According to him, under the first technology, the vehicle will have a GPS tracking system, which will help in deducting toll money directly from the vehicle owner's bank account through satellite on the highway.
there The second option is the number plate of vehicles. He said that since 2019, the government has released a new type of number plate. New technology has been used in them. It will have a computerized system for toll which will be charged toll with the help of software. He told that under this technique, the point from which the vehicle will enter the highway, it will be registered. After this, at the point where he will go out of the highway, he will be recorded. During this time, all the kilometers of vehicle will run on the highway, according to that the toll will be deducted from the back account of the vehicle owner. According to Gadkari, the ministry does not have much understanding about this technology. But this may be possible soon. Perhaps in a month itself.
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