New Delhi: The vehicle with a higher speed than the prescribed speed on the Delhi-Mumbai expressway will have to pay Rs 5,000 in an e-challan. The system will be installed soon on the highway.
The maximum speed limit for autos on the Delhi-Mumbai expressway is 120 km/h, however, traffic here is flowing at a rate of 200 kmph. As a result, accidents on the expressway occur often. In this situation, preparations such as the e-challan system have been established to be stringent.
Two-wheelers are not permitted on the Delhi-Mumbai expressway, and the speed limit for buses and lorries is 80 km/h. Riders of two-wheelers caught on the Delhi-Mumbai expressway, a high-speed road authorised only for four-wheelers and larger vehicles, will now be fined Rs 5,000.
The incident took place on Delhi-Mumbai Expressway
An automobile travelling from Jaipur to Delhi was travelling at a faster speed when it flipped. This happened on Tuesday. The family was travelling from Jaipur to Noida. Rahul Agnihotri (father) was driving the automobile, Ajay Kumar (son) died on the spot, while Princhi (wife) and Prinsha (daughter) were seriously injured.