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Government approves ATAL progress-way project

The Ministry of Road Transport and Highways (MoRTH) has approved the incorporation of Madhya Pradesh’s ATAL progress-way project in the Bharatmala Pariyojana phase-1 in the highways sector projects.

Over 5,000 trees to be felled for building six lane highway in Delhi

NHAI sought permission from forest department for the highway development

Bengaluru-Ennore expressway tendering process enters final lap

NHAI recently selected lowest-bidding contractors for the expressway

IRB Infra, Adani to take up Burdwan highway works under Bharatmala

Adani and IRB Infra have begun the works on the Burdwan highway

NH construction work worth Rs.15 bn approved in Punjab

Minister of Road Transport and Highways (MoRTH) Nitin Gadkari has announced the construction work of four and six-lane Greenfield Ludhiana-Rupnagar National Highway (NH-205K).

Govt to spend Rs.72.05 bn to remove national highway hurdles

The Central Government has decided to spend Rs.72.05 bn to eliminate traffic bottlenecks by realigning key highways in Punjab under the National Highway Development Project (NHDP)

Govt approves ATAL progress-way project for Madhya Pradesh

The Rs 7,000 crore new expressway will be 404 km long in Madhya Pradesh

Odisha govt nods coastal highway project worth Rs 8,000 cr

Earlier, the project's length was 450 km and now its reduced to 382 km .

NH construction work worth Rs 1,500 cr approved in Punjab

Construction work of NH worth Rs 1,500 cr approved in Punjab

PMRDA to acquire land for Pune ring-road project

The Pune Metropolitan Region Development Authority (PMRDA) will acquire land and the National Highways Authority of India (NHAI) will be in charge of developing the Pune ring-road project.

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