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SEAR.

Last seen on: L.A. Times Daily Crossword – Sep 29 2022

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Expressways are the highest class of roads in India. As of July 2022, India has a total length of 2,587.5 km (1,607.8 mi) of expressways. These are controlled-access highways where entrance and exits are controlled by the use of ramps that are incorporated into the design of the expressway, whereas National highways are at-grade roads. Some roads are not access-controlled expressways, but are still officially called expressways, such as the Biju Expressway, Ranchi Hazaribagh Expressway and Raipur–Bilaspur Expressway; these highways (officially expressways) do not meet expressway standards.Mumbai–Pune Expressway is the first 6-lane operational expressway in India started in 2002. Expressways follows standards set by Indian Roads Congress and Bureau of Indian Standards.

Currently, the longest expressway in India is the Purvanchal Expressway at 340 km (210 mi) and the widest expressway is the Delhi–Meerut Expressway with 14 lanes.

Greenfield Expressways in India are designed as 12-lane wide Expressways with the initial construction of 8 lanes. Land for 4-lane future expansion is reserved in the center of the expressways. Greenfield Expressways are designed to avoid inhabited areas and go through new alignments to bring development to new areas and to reduce land acquisition costs and construction timelines. The Delhi-Mumbai Expressway is an example of a new 12-lane approach with initial 8-lane construction.

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