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The longest flyover on India's national highway network opens to traffic in the industrial city of Panipat in Haryana at 100 km from Delhi:

The longest flyover on India's national highway network

Built by Larsen and Toubro, the 10-km long flyover on the National Highway (NH)-1 (earlier called Grand Trunk road), one of the busiest highway stretches in the country, was inaugurated Wednesday, 16th July, by Union Minister for Road Transport, Highways and Shipping T.R. Baalu and Haryana Chief Minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda. The approximately Rs.4 billion flyover will cut across Panipat enabling an easier access to and from Delhi to north Indian states of India. Although the motorists will have to incur a toll to use the highway but it will make the travel to and from Delhi much smoother and faster.

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