Today, Union Transport Minister Nitin Gadkari shared a video on X, formerly Twitter, showcasing the newly built Dwarka Highway, India’s first 8-lane elevated highway. Nitin Gadkari shared the video with the caption: “Marvel of Engineering: The Dwarka Expressway! A State-of-the-Art Journey to the Future”. According to the video, the Dwarka Expressway is a four-pack highway with a single lane length of 563 km. The road begins at Shiv Murti on Highway 8 and ends at the Kherki Daula toll station in Gurugram. This is the first project in India to have 1,200 trees replanted. Once completed, the project will significantly improve connectivity between Delhi and Haryana. According to the video, the travel time from Dwarka to Manesar will be 15 minutes, Manesar to Indira Gandhi International Airport will be 20 minutes, Dwarka to Singhu border will be 25 minutes and Manesar to Singhu border will be 45 minutes. The project will also enhance the connectivity of the International Convention Center in Dwarka, Sector 25.