NHAI invites bids for Delhi-Vadodara Greenfield Alignment

Tenders have been floated by the National Highways Authority of India (NHAI) for Delhi-Vadodara Access Controlled Greenfield Alignment in Rajasthan.

The works will be carried under Bharatmala Pariyojana in a period of 24 months. The following works have been envisaged to be carried out on two sections of the greenfield alignment under EPC mode.

Construction of eight-lane carriageway starting near junction with NH-76 to junction with NH-12 near Ummedpura village (Ch 388.420 to Ch 419.000) section (NH-148N). The work will entail an investment of Rs 794.51 crore.

Construction of eight lane access controlled expressway from Hardeoganj village near Indergarh to Major Bridge on Mej River (Ch 319.400 to Ch 331.030) section (NH-148N). The work will be carried out at a cost of Rs 1,246.58 crore.

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