The Yamuna Expressway corridor is bound to have a huge impact on the economic and industrial growth not only in Uttar Pradesh but also the adjoining states
Akhilesh Yadav and thrown open to the public. The total project cost is approximately crores. Yamuna expressway was constructed on built, operate and transfer (BOT) model. As per concession agreement with JP Infratech P Ltd, YEIDA had to give five land parcels of 500 hectares each at five different places such as Noida, Mirzapur, Jaganpur, Tappal (Aligarh) and Agra, totalling 2500 hectares. Besides, JP Infratech has also got right to collect the toll for 36 years.Once the concession period expires, it will hand over the expressway to the YEIDA. Uttar Pradesh government - under Uttar Pradesh Expressway (Levy of Tolls and fixing of Fees and realisation there of) Rules, 2010 – has power to fix the toll limit to be collected from the commuters and Jaypee can’t exceed that. Yamuna Expressway area is strategically connected with a number of expressways proposed or under construction in NCR such as Eastern Peripheral Expressway and Khurja-Palwal Expressway. The Yamuna Expressway corridor is bound to have huge impact on the economic and industrial growth not only of Uttar Pradesh but adjoining states such as Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh and Haryana in the coming years.