Prime Minister Narendra Modi has expressed happiness over India’s longest sea bridge Mumbai Trans Harbour Link.
- This 22-kilometer long 6-lane sea bridge from Sewri to Nhava in Mumbai will ensure Seamless, direct connectivity between South Mumbai and Raigad.
- The bridge will also reduce distance between Mumbai, Navi Mumbai, Raigad, Mumbai-Pune Expressway and Mumbai-Goa Highway, and save one hour travel time including fuel and transportation cost
Q1) How Indian roads are made?
India's preferred road-laying material has for long been bitumen. Most of the developed nations of the world use Concrete roads. The paving cost of concrete roads is higher compared to that of bitumen roads. But, the cost is justified because of its durability.