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1.Capital outlay of up to Rs.30 trillion expected for transport infra over five years

The new government is likely to maintain continuity on major programmes launched during its last tenure


2.Infra Growth 2.024

With capital investment in the infrastructure sector proposed at Rs.100 trillion over the next five years, CW delves into the expectations and opportunities as the Modi Government steps into its second term.


3.Favourable response to the third TOT bundle critical for the success of TOT as a model

Timely monetisation of mature road assets through the toll-operate-transfer (TOT) route will be a critical determining factor in plugging the shortfall in budgetary allocations and fetch requisite funding to support ambitious execution targets set for the Bharatmala programme


4.Road construction to be most crucial, followed by affordable housing

Opportunities for construction companies in the next five years


5.Modi 2.0: Infrastructure expected to remain the government’s focus

Infrastructure liquidity crunch needs a solution


6.Bold policies, tough decisions for infrastructure in the next five years

Major positive policy measures for the construction and infrastructure sectors


7.Big infrastructure opportunities with NDA stepping into its second term

Infra capital investment proposed at Rs 100 trillion over the next 5 years


8.Increased public sector spending and incentivising private sector to take up new projects

The infrastructure sector expects continued thrust from the government towards revival of the investment cycle in the form of a further increase in budgetary allocations with focus on roads, railways and urban infrastructure.


9.Cement demand to grow by 8 per cent in FY2020

The demand for the domestic cement market is expected to grow by 8 per cent this fiscal, thus pushing the capacity utilisation to 71 per cent from 65 per cent in FY2018, as per ICRA’s report.


10.Maharashtra, Uttar Pradesh to drive state-led capex in road sector

The state-led, road-sector capex is expected to witness robust growth over the next three years, supported by several expressway projects launched or announced by the states of Maharashtra and Uttar Pradesh, according to ICRA.