Yamuna Expressway

Yamuna Expressway or Taj Expressway is a 6-lane wide (expandable to 8) and 165.5 km long access-controlled expressway, connecting Pari Chowk in Greater Noida with Kuberpur on NH-2 in Agra in the Indian state of Uttar Pradesh. It is presently India’s 3rd longest expressway since February 2017. It was built to de-congest the older Delhi–Agra national highway (NH-2) or Mathura Road.

The Expressway project has been conceived with the idea of not only reducing the travel time between New Delhi and Agra but also to open up avenues for industrial and urban development in the region abutting the Expressway and provide the base for convergence of tourism and other allied industries. The Expressway is being developed on Public Private Partnership model.