The National Highways Authority of India has identified 950 km of highway projects that will be built at a cost of Rs 30,000 crore under the public-private partnership model, the government said on Thursday. The highway projects are spread across eight states.
NHAI has identified various stretches on a pan-India basis to be constructed through the PPP mode on the build-operate-transfer (toll) basis, the Ministry of Road Transport and Highways said in a statement. These stretches have been selected on the basis of consultation with the prospective bidders. Also Read: NHAI’s Road Construction Drive Set To Hit A Debt Speed Bump
“The identified stretches cover about 950 km with a cost of about Rs 30,000 crore in Andhra Pradesh, Haryana, Maharashtra, Karnataka, Tamil Nadu, West Beng Read More
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