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NHAI commences work on Nagpur Outer Ring Road
26 Oct 2016
The National Highway Authority of India (NHAI) is implementing Nagpur Outer Ring road project. Nitin Gadkari, Union Minister of Transport and Maharashtra CM has recently laid the foundation stone for the Nagpur Outer Ring Road in Fetri....
Six laning of Sangli-Peth Road
18 Aug 2016
The proposal to six lane Sangli to Peth road is accepted by the Ministry for Road, Highways and Shipping. The project is estimated to cost Rs 400 crore. Minister for road, highways and shipping Nitin Gadkari has assured of Centre's assistance for this project....
Foundation stone laid for three four-lane projects
02 Feb 2016
Union Minister of Road Transport, Highways and Shipping Nitin Gadkari have recently laid the foundation stone for three four-lane National Highways projects estimated to cost Rs 2766 crore. These projects are coming up in Kanyakumari, Tirunelveli and Tirupur districts and two flyovers in Marthandam and Parvathipuram....
JNPT exploring to build a dry port
01 Feb 2016
JNPT is coming up with a dry port at Jalna in Aurangabad district. The port authorities acquired 185 hectares of land at a cost of around Rs 88 crore. A Dry Port is port facility outside a sea-coast port area. It presents tremendous potential towards value addition and ensuring traffic to a designated port....
Modern Transport System
04 Aug 2015
Metrino-PRT is a new, innovative public transportation system for cities. Small (car size), fully automatic, driverless vehicles (pods) travel independently suspended under an overhead network of light guide - ways, 5 to 10m above street level....
India´s Longest Road Tunnel in Udhampur
27 Jul 2015
India´s longest road tunnel was opened on 13th July, 2015 between Chenani to Nashri on the Jammu ´ Srinagar National Highway. The event was recently witnessed by Minister of Road Transport & Highways Nitin Gadkari...
Sagarmala Project
27 Jul 2015
Sagarmala project aims to promote port-led direct and indirect development and to provide infrastructure to transport goods to and from ports quickly, efficiently and cost-effectively. In March 2015, the Union Cabinet gave its ´in-principle´ approval for the concept and institutional framework of Sagarmala Project....
Inland Waterways Transport Economically Most Viable Sector
24 Jun 2015
India is yet to explore vast potential of 14,500 km of navigable waterways for commercial transportation. For passenger and domestic cargo movement, development of inland waterways can prove to be a boon. Inland Waterways Transport (IdWT) is likely to be more environment friendly transportation mode compared to road and rail. As of now IWT doesn´t have even a 1 per cent share in the total cargo movement in the country....
Road to progress
22 Apr 2015
In the last couple of years due to economic slowdown and fall in overall traffic, the build operate transfer (BOT) road projects have gone out of favour and EPC is preferred. As per road sector review in the Economic Survey 2014-15, the reduced revenue realization in case of BOT projects owing to low traffic has adversely affected debt servicing by concessionaires....

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