After a gap of almost eight years, the National Highways Authority of India (NHAI) has called for prequalification bids from road developers for 15 build-operate-transfer (BOT) roads with a tentative total project cost in excess of Rs 22,000 crore and totalling nearly 800 km.
The 15 projects are spread across six states — Andhra Pradesh, Haryana, Maharashtra, Karnataka, Tamil Nadu and West Bengal. Majority of the roads to be put out for bidding will be six-lane highways, while three will be four-lane and one an eight-lane highway.
According to the list of projects, the maximum project cost of Rs 3,328 crore will be for a 60-km six-lane highway in Haryana, running on the Delh-Faridabad-Sohna route. Read More
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