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1.Government invites low cement bids

With an aim to boost development of roads and highways, the government has invited lowest bids for raw materials. The tender will be open to both private and public sector companies. A total of six companies have submitted their quotes of Rs 160 per bag of 50 kg - the price of which is half the market price of Rs 300-350.


2.NHAI takes leaf out of UP model

The National Highways Authority of India (NHAI) plans to adopt the Uttar Pradesh model for developing expressways, which includes offering longer concession periods and land pockets for real estate development along an expressway.


3.Eight new projects in Chennai

The Tamil Nadu state highways department has eight new projects for the city -including foot over-bridges and subways - on the drawing board, worth around Rs 320


4.Telangana Rural roads given codes

The Telangana Government has given code numbers to rural roads on the lines of highways after surveying them and creating a database.


5.Colorado River Bridge

Colorado River Bridge, which is taking shape less than a kilometre downstream the Hoover Dam, is following in the footsteps of the engineering marvel.


6.Contract Awarded (Nov. 2014)

Contract value: Rs 1136.5 crore Particulars: Supply of coal plant equipment Alstom Bharat Forge Power Ltd has bagged a contract from NTPC for the supply of plant equipment for the Tanda coal power plant in Uttar Pradesh.


7.We are investing about Rs.4,000 crore in road projects.

Did you know that Dilip Buildcon Ltd (DBL) is currently the largest private-sector, road-focused EPC player in the country, executing projects worth over Rs 6,000 crore? What´s more, DBL is the fastest growing infrastructure development company


8.Himachal urges Centre for 7 NHs

Himachal Pradesh Government has urged the Centre to sanction additional seven national highways to the state to strengthen the road network.


9.Bumpy Road to Recovery

With the change of power at the Centre, the roads sector was expected to get back on the move with fast-track approvals, delink of forest and environment clearances, increased limits on sand mining, positive movement on land acquisition, online filing for clearances to construct rail over-bridges (ROB) and under-bridges (RUB), and change in bidding from BOT to EPC


10.Bidding for 12 highway projects delayed

About 12 highway contracts of the Ministry of Road Transport have been delayed till January 2015.