What happened on Mumbai Pune Expressway?
Mumbai-Pune Expressway accident: 3 people dead, 6 injured after 7 vehicles rammed into each other. As many as three people died and six were injured after seven vehicles rammed into each other on Monday morning near Khopoli on Pune-Mumbai Expressway, informed police.
Is it safe to drive on Mumbai Pune Expressway?
Neither Mumbai – Pune expressway nor the old highway is safe for commuters during night. In the last four months as many as five to six robberies have taken place in the isolated place of Wadgaon-Maval.
Who owns Mumbai-Pune highway?
The expressway is not part of NHAI highway network NH 48 and has been built, operated and maintained wholly by the Government of Maharashtra via Maharashtra State Road Development Corporation.
Is Pune Mumbai highway open?
Mumbai-Pune Expressway open for essential services vehicles; all others undergo rigorous checking.
Is it safe to travel from Mumbai to Pune today?
There are no travel restrictions for people moving out of the district or state in private vehicles. So if you have to travel from Mumbai to Pune during curfew hours, you can do so. However, intra-district state transport buses would ply. Goods transport and agriculture-related services will also be allowed to run.
Is it safe to travel at night in Mumbai?
Yes definitely its far more safe than any other city in INDIA. People are roaming here there till 3 am -4 am in the night. You might get a chance to see celebrites driving their luxurious Car.
How many stops are there in Pune and Mumbai?
It has 26 halts. 62 intermediate Stations between Pune Junction and Mumbai Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus Covering a total distance of 191 km in 5h 50m time.
Is Mumbai-Pune expressway a BOT project?
The Mumbai-Pune Expressway project — which is being operated on a build-operate-transfer (BOT) model — contributed the highest revenue of Rs 918 crore in FY19 to the state-run authority, followed by the Ahmedabad-Vadodara Expressway at Rs 429 crore.
What is the speed limit on Mumbai Pune highway?
Even though the project was designed for speeds of well over 120 kmph, the speed limit on the Mumbai-Pune Expressway is 80 kmph.
Can we travel Mumbai to Pune in lockdown?
Travel is now virtually unrestricted across the state. You will need an e-pass only if you are travelling to a Level 4 or Level 5 district. (You can apply for an e-pass here.)
Is E-pass required from Pune to Mumbai?
A: Pune police commissioner Amitabh Gupta says e-pass is not required for travelling from Pune to Mumbai via expressway. An e-pass is not required if a person is travelling between Level 1 and Level 4 districts in the state, an officer says.
Who is the don of Mumbai?
He reportedly heads the Indian organised crime syndicate D-Company, which he founded in Mumbai in the 1970s….
|Born||Dawood Ibrahim Kaskar 26 December 1955 Khed, Ratnagiri, Maharashtra, India|
|Occupation||Gangster criminal drug kingpin|
What happened in the Mumbai-Pune expressway accident?
All three occupants of the car have died on the spot and the car also caught fire immediately after the accident. New Delhi: A tragic accident on the Mumbai-Pune expressway on July 1 was caught on the camera of a passing vehicle. All three car occupants died on the spot, and the car also caught fire immediately after the accident.
Where was the pile-up on the Pune-Mumbai Expressway?
The pile-up took place on the Pune to Mumbai corridor of the expressway at 6.30 am, near the exit for Khopoli town, which is located around 70 km from Pune city. It involved a container, a tempo, two trucks and two cars, said the police.
What happened in the Punawale accident?
Two people were killed and two more critically injured after a speeding MUV rammed into a tempo truck halted on the roadside on the Mumbai-Bangalore Highway at Punawale in Pune in the early hours of Saturday. The accident took place around 1.45 am in front of a hotel on the Katraj Dehu Road bypass of the Mumbai-Bangalore Highway.
What is being done to prevent accidents on Pune’s Expressway?
“Our team is constantly working to curb the accidents and monitor the vehicular movement on the expressway. Continuous action is been taken against people speeding vehicles and flouting norms” said, Sanjay Jadhav, superintendent of police, HSP, Pune.