Vrindavan, Mathura, Gokul and Mahavan may soon be connected via a 45 km long Highway!
The Uttar Pradesh government always has the comfort of the religious tourists in mind. It is no secret that people who visit the holy cities in Uttar Pradesh have to face a lot of traffic and congestion. As a solution, a detailed and well drafted plan has been submitted to the Union Ministry of Road Transportation and Highways. This plan proposes a 4 lane, 45 km highway that will connect the cities of Vrindavan, Mathura, Gokul and Mahavan.
21.5 kms of this Highway has been envisioned to be elevated. If this happens, it will be one of the longest stretches of elevated road in the country. The plan also proposes to create ample parking space in these cities and also to beautify the Yamuna Ghats that will fall along the way. The credit for this plan goes to The Braj Teerth Vikash Parishad. V.P of this Parishad, Mr Shailjakant Mishra informs us that the plan has already been approved by the C.M of Uttar Pradesh.