Reliance Infrastructure (RInfra)’s special purpose vehicle DA Toll Road has begun work on widening and tolling the 180km Delhi-Agra road. The project which is estimated to cost Rs. 29.45 billion involves tolling four to six lanes of the road. Each toll plaza will have a control room to quickly locate accidents and offer other security and safety related services for motorists. DA Toll Road will construct and renovate 16 flyovers, two overpasses, eight bridges on service roads, 14 vehicular underpasses and ten pedestrian passes as part of the project. The project has a concession period of 26 years and will be constructed on a Design, Build, Operate, Finance and Transfer (DBFOT) basis. The Delhi-Agra road is a part of the Golden Quadrilateral and allows motorists to use the road for a toll fee half of other roads.