|Vadodara – Mumbai Expressway|
|Length||380 km (240 mi)|
|Major cities||Bharuch, Surat, Vapi|
The Mumbai–Vadodara Expressway is an under-construction, 380 km (240 mi) long, six-lane, controlled-access expressway, connecting the cities of Vadodara, Gujarat and Mumbai, Maharashtra . The cost of the project is expected to be ₹44,000 crore (US$6.4 billion).
Project status updates
- Sep 2017: Land acquisition completed. Five tenders awarded, work to start soon.
- Jan 2018: Work to start in two months.
- April 2018: Ircon International, Patel Infrastructure, Ashoka Concessions, IRB Infrastructure and Sadbhav Engineering have bagged contracts to build the first phase between Vadodara and Kim (located near Surat) 
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- Das, Mamuni (19 April 2018). "Ircon International, Patel Infra among 5 to win Vadodara-Mumbai expressway project". The Hindu BusinessLine.
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