The Asian Development Bank (ADB) on Thursday signed a $177 million loan to upgrade 450 km of state highways and major district roads in Maharashtra
Toll collections to see 13% drop due to nationwide lockdown; revival likely to be slow: CRISIL Research
Over the long term - fiscals 2019-2024, CRISIL Research said it expects toll collections to bounce back to a healthier compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 11-12% on the back of new road construction.
Dilip Buildcon bags Rs 860-cr road project in Chhattisgarh from National Highways Authority of India
Highway developer Dilip Buildcon on Thursday said it has bagged a Rs 860.50 crore road project in Chhattisgarh from the National Highways Authority of India (NHAI)
Union Minister VK Singh on Wednesday said infrastructure sector could play a mega role in bolstering the economy and the government is ready with a basket of highway projects worth Rs 15 lakh crore to be offered in next five years
Narendra Modi to lay foundation stones for National Highway projects worth Rs 5,010 cr in Tamil Nadu tomorrow
Modi will also lay the foundation stone for six-laning of 36-km long Karaipettai-Walajapet section of NH-48 (old NH-4) in Kanchipuram and Vellore districts.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi will lay the foundation stone of Rs 1,938 crore highway project in Jalpaiguri, West Bengal on Friday
Nitin Gadkari launches Rs 1,600-cr road projects in Maharashtra; says work for Baroda-Mumbai highway to begin soon
Of the Rs 1,600 crore projects, the Vadape-Thane bypass project is worth Rs 1,183-crore and will be executed by MEP Infra on hybrid annuity mode.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi will lay the foundation stone for Rs 3,318 crore highway projects in Odisha on 5 January, the government said on Thursday.
NHAI reforms: Highways refinancing potential up 10 times to over Rs 1 lakh cr; dip in high-risk road projects
New highway projects due to major reforms by NHAI are seeing significantly shorter timelines for right-of-way and approvals.
The National Highways Authority of India expects to award projects worth Rs 1 lakh crore for constructing about 6,500 km of highways in the current fiscal.
Ambitious Bharatmala project worth Rs 2.67 lakh crore is on the anvil for development of national highways
The process for land acquisition has been expedited as well as the land acquisition cost which stood at Rs 70,000 crore has risen to Rs 1,80,000 crore now.
Who should really have the power to change the model concession agreement, which is the guiding document in any road or highway building project?