As many as 35 clusters, accounting for half the total freight movement, have been identified for building logistics parks to improve the existing transportation and warehousing scenario in the country.
Highways minister Nitin Gadkari on Friday promised that work will start this year on a super expressway between Jaipur and Delhi that will reduce travel time between the outskirts of Gurgaon
The Telangana government’s ambitious project to construct two skyways through the Secunderabad Cantonment has inched a step closer to reality.
PM Modi announces investment of Rs 12,000 crore in upgrading 8 highways in Gujarat to National Highways
“Eight highways in Gujarat, totaling 1,200 km, will be converted into National Highways at an investment of Rs 12,000 crore,” PM Modi said and added that the pace of highways construction has risen 11 times to 22 km per day from 2 km/day during the previous regime.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday announced investment of Rs 12,000 crore in upgrading eight highways in Gujarat to National Highways as part of efforts to boost infrastructure development and job generation in the state.
The Bharuch bridge, that is 521 metres longer than Vidyasagar Setu of Kolkata, is expected to ease traffic woes on the Ahmedabad-Mumbai National Highway, considered to be one of the busiest in India.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi inaugurated some of the most crucial infrastructure projects in Gujarat including the 1.4 kilometre long four-lane cable-bridge over the river Narmada at Bharuch on National Highway-8, considered to be one of the busiest national highways.
India has decided to run a trans-continental freight train from Bangladesh to Turkey as an answer to China’s efforts to cart its goods to Europe by train and the One Border One Road initiative.
After a long campaign for the Uttar Pradesh state assembly elections, Prime Minister Narendra Modi has returned to Gujarat for a two-day trip.
Hyperloop One, which builds high-speed transportation between cities, has opened a vote on five potential routes in India. The five routes have been planned by teams from India who participated in the Hyperloop One Global Challenge, which invited teams from across the world to submit viable transport plans for their regions that would benefit millions.
Kundli-Ghaziabad-Palwal expressway was launched in May, started off with construction work from the second week of April last year with the deadline of 400 days fixed by the Centre.
The motorway will reduce congestion on Delhi roads and reduce pollution since at present the vehicles coming from all national highways use the Capital as transit.