The Longest Elevated Indian Expressways

The scenario of Indian road network is changing and the fantastic Indian expressways & flyovers have set the trend. Many Indian cities are now home to some of the finest elevated expressways across the world. In fact, the groundbreaking structures have taken the entire road system of the country to the heightened levels of excellence. Delhi and Chennai are no doubt aptly called as the cities of flyovers while other metro cities in the country are making their way into it. To your surprise, here is our pick of the longest and elevated expressways in the major cities of India.

Badarpur Elevated Expressway in Delhi

 Badarpur Elevated Expressway in Delhi


Beginning from the capital of India, Delhi, the Badarpur elevated expressway is 4.4 km long connecting Delhi to Faridabad over the National Highway 2. This much-awaited expressway is the ideal solution for dealing with high traffic jams at the Badarpur border. After crossing the 3-lane elevated highway at the Mehrauli junction the interchange ends.

PVNR Elevated Expressway in Hyderabad

 PVNR Elevated Expressway in Hyderabad


Constructed by the Hyderabad Metropolitan Development Authority, the PVNR Flyover is known to be the longest flyover in India till now. This 11.6 km long elevated freeway linking the Hyderabad International Airport to the city at Mehdipatnam area is set on the Hyderabad-Bangalore National Highway 7.

Panipat Elevated Expressway in Haryana


Panipat  Haryana


Built by the prestigious L&T, the Panipat elevated expressway is the longest flyover with six lanes. This 3.6 km long elevated expressway perfectly connects the capital of India, Delhi to Panipat in Haryana.

Two-Level Elevated Expressway in Ahmedabad



Minimizing the traffic between Narol and Naroda in Ahemdabad, the two-level elevated flyover is situated in the CTM area of the city. Varachha Flyway on the Eastern expressway is the longest flyover of Gujarat.

Hosur Road Elevated Expressway, Bangalore

 Hosur Road Bangalore


The Amazing Hosur road flyover in Bangalore is 10 km elevated structure equipped with four lanes, metal divider and two in direction features. This longest flyover in the electronic city of India saves a lot of time by reducing a huge traffic.

Besides these, there are various other impressive expressways adding more importance to the Indian road network system. So, where are you heading on with your wheels!

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