Prime Minister Narendra Modi has recently laid the foundation stone of three national highway projects at Rajiv Gandhi Education City in Kundli-Sonipat in Haryana. The projects include the Eastern Peripheral Highway, Western Peripheral Highway and 8 laning of the National Highway between Mukarba in Delhi and Sonipat in Haryana. The project is estimated to cost Rs 10,166 crore. The combined length of the three projects is 341-km. Of these the Eastern Peripheral Expressway will be 135 km long and cost Rs 5763 crore. The 136 Km long Western Peripheral Expressway will cost Rs 2274 Crore and the 8 laning of 70 km long highway section from Mukarba Chowk in Delhi to Panipat will cost Rs 2129 crore.