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Friday , 1 July 2022

Tag Archives: highway projects

Highway projects approved for Madhya Pradesh.

Source: The hindu Business Line Ministry of Road Transport and Highways has recently  sanctioned road development projects of 291 km worth 726Cr for the state of Madhya Pradesh These projects include preparation of detailed project reports for upgradation of declared National Highway (572 Km) at a cost of 17.72 crore besides strengthening of road section of Sagar-Chhatarpur on NH 86/934 ...

Accelerating Infrastructure Projects

The Road Transport, Highways and MSME Minister Nitin Gadkari has stated  we could well use the current Covid-19 crisis and turn it into an opportunity to address a number of other problems which include roadblocks in highway projects in the country as well as the issue of stranded migrant labourers in many states.  Gadkari said that talks are underway with ...

Driving Smart Mobility

The three-day, two-track Conference during TrafficInfraTech Expo and Parking InfraTech Expo covered a wide spectrum of areas — the Government’s vision to Fast-track Highway Construction; Technology for Highways; Policies, Trends and Technology for Road & Vehicle Safety; Mobility and Smart Cities; Parking Management; Reinventing Public Transport; Policy Framework for ITS applications in India and Emerging Technologies. The special session on ...

Reviving Road Infrastructure sector in India–Challenges & Concerns

The article takes a look into the challenges facing the Road Infrastructure sector in India and possible solutions. Nitin Gadkari, the new Union Minister, Road Transport, Highways and Shipping recently undertook a state-wise review of the national highways projects and analysed targets and achievements of these projects. The slow progress in the completion of highways was a source of concern ...

NHAI approaches PMO to save discarded road projects

The National Highways Authority of India (NHAI) has approached the Prime Minister?s Office to help restart highway projects abandoned by concessionaires and begin projects that were not previously able to attract any developers. The move follows the NHAI?s proposal to encourage investment in highway projects by allowing easier options for concessionaires to exit highway projects. The aim is to ease ...