This happened during the advancement of the four-way interstate between Vijaypur and Solapur on the NH-52. National Highways Authority of India (NHAI) has completed the progression of a 25.54 km single way stretch of road in just 18 hours, making a world record. This happened during the advancement of the four-way highway among Vijaypur and Solapur on the NH-52.
Highways & Road Transport Minister Nitin Gadkari glanced at social media to share the news and avow that the accomplishment will be entered in the Limca Book of Records soon.
While adulating the leasing association for achieving this achievement in the record number of hours, Gadkari said that 500 agents of the association were a piece of this achievement and have locked in for it. As of now, the 110 km of Solapur-Vijapur highway work is in progress and will be done by October 2021.
A piece of the Bengaluru-Vijaypura-Aurangabad-Gwalior passage, the Solapur-Vijapur highway will in a general sense diminish the development time for residents and improve road prosperity.
At the start of this month, another world record was made by the NHAI for laying the most important measure of concrete on a four-lane highway in 24 hours. The achievement achieved by contractor Patel Infrastructure made a place in the India Book of Records and Golden Book of World Records.
The highway is fundamental for the greenfield Delhi-Vadodara-Mumbai eight-way Expressway project and was finished by the world's greatest customized excessively present-day concrete paver machine.
The NHAI is practicing execution on various other such exercises to reduce travel time during the drive and keeping road security as its need. It has moreover tied up with 200 specific associations and is enabling them for the unshakable choice of highway reaches out for research, etc as of not long ago, 18 IITs, 27 NITs, and 207 other well-known engineering colleges have agreed to this suggestion and have offered their signature to the MoU. Earlier, Gadkari had stated that road advancement in India has reached a record 30 km every day.