NHAI to build transport corridor of Jaipur’s northern Ring Road in India

WCN Editorial Team 4 May 2022 ASIA TRANSPORT INFRASTRUCTURE

National Highway Authority of India (NHAI) has announced its plan to build a road corridor for the northern Ring Road project in the Indian city of Jaipur.

The corridor will be built by NHAI along with the state government of Rajasthan.

Out of 360m-wide Ring Road, the NHAI will build a 70m-transport corridor, while Jaipur Development Authority (JDA) will build the 135m-development corridor on either side of the Ring Road.

A senior JDA official was quoted by Times of India as saying, “The NHAI will bear the acquisition and construction cost of the land for building transport corridor. The chief secretary has also mentioned the same in the recent letter.”

The cost of the 45km Bagrana to Achrol project is estimated at $376.92m (INR28.87bn).

The northern corridor will also be built on the lines of the 47km southern corridor, running from Agra road to Ajmer road.

The road agencies also plan to acquire 360m stretch of land.

The Ring Road project will comprise a six-lane expressway and a three-lane service road on both sides.

The northern corridor will also be 360m wide, just as the southern corridor.

The agencies have recognised land in 26 villages of three tehsils — Amber, Jaipur and Jamwa-Ramgarh to obtain land for the Ring Road.
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Image: The cost of the 45km Bagrana to Achrol project is estimated at $376.92m (INR28.87bn). Credit: Image by R Sen from Pixabay.

 

 

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