During a meeting with the highway authorities, Collector has reviewed the progress of the works, issues pertaining to religious structures inthe road, payment of compensation to displaced, court cases and other issues
Seeks sanctions for improving existing NHs
The project implementation unit (PIU) of NHAI-Mancherial, has decided to lift 6.31 lakh cubic meters (LCM) pond ash from the ash pond of the power unit in the next four months
This will be a part of several measures to enhance efficiency and transparency at NHAI, said the Union road transport minister
Nalgonda: Expressing displeasure on the road safety measures at the field level, District Collector Prashant Jeevan Patil on Thursday said that officials of all...
Hyderabad: Following the directions of Chief Minister K Chandrashekhar Rao to develop green cover near national highways, state highways and R&B roads in the...
Inaugurating three mines of WCL through video conferencing, the road transport, highways and MSME minister also asked the company to employ more 'sons of the soil' in its projects.
"In order to exhibit the model stretches of national highways as per norms, NHAI plans to develop 57 stretches of NH (1,735 kms) across the length and breadth of the country near each state capital," the National Highways Authority of India
The minister said road construction activities were planned at a higher pace now at least thrice the rate of construction earlier and projects worth Rs 15 lakh crore were likely to be taken in two years.
It comes as India is slowly easing the restrictions brought in to contain the coronavirus pandemic from today in order to revive stalled economic activities.
The All India Motor Transport Congress (AIMTC), the apex body for transporters that represents about 95 lakh truckers and transport entities, sought suspension of toll till May 3
However, transporters' apex body All India Motor Transport Congress (AIMTC) has opposed the move.
Union government announced the conversion of 94.6 km-long stretch at an estimated cost of Rs 1,500 crore
Over 1.55 crore FASTags have been issued through multiple Point of Sale (PoS) locations.
Officials attribute the decrease in fatalities to initiatives taken up for safety of pedestrians and motorists