Union Minister for Road Transport and Highways, Nitin Gadkari has recently revealed the plans of setting up electrical highway between Delhi and Mumbai.
He additionally urged heavy car homeowners to make use of various fuels, similar to ethanol, methanol and inexperienced hydrogen to curb air pollution.
The Road Transport and Highways Minister stated that the federal government is making tunnels price Rs 2.5 lakh crore.
Further, he said, “Our planning is to make an electrical highway from Delhi to Mumbai. Just like trolleybus, you can also run trolley trucks.”
“A trolleybus is an electric bus that draws power from overhead wires. An electrical highway generally refers to a road which supplies power to vehicles traveling on it, including through overhead power lines.”
Nitin Gadkari additional stated that the ministry has taken this determination to attach all of the districts by four-lane roads. He added, “I request heavy vehicle owners to use alternatives like ethanol, methanol and green hydrogen as they are cost-effective and import substitutes.”
Heavy vehicle owners are facing issues due to the corruption in Regional Transport Offices, Nitin Gadkari admitted. Continuing the discussion, he said, “So, we have to digitize all services provided by RTOs”.
He additional said that his goal is to attenuate street accidents and deaths. “We need trained drivers. As a fast-growing economy, India needs all kinds of transportation.”
Moreover, the Minister additionally stated that in India logistics value is excessive in comparison with the European Union, the US and China.