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Waiting time down from almost 12 minutes to 47 seconds since FASTag launch

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  1. India significantly reduced waiting times at toll plazas, now averaging just 47 seconds with FASTag, compared to the previous 714 seconds. Export release times at land ports also dropped to 22 hours from 101 hours, showcasing an emphasis on efficiency improvements.
  2. India aims to expand its infrastructure, intending to add 30,000 km of railway tracks by FY31, increase port capacity to 2,200 million tonnes per annum by 2030, and extend national highways to 185,000 km by 2030, including 75,000 km of four-lane roads and above.
  3. The goal is to propel India into the top 25 countries in the World Bank Logistics Performance Index (LPI), with the country’s ranking already improving by six places to 38 out of 139 countries in 2023.
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