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The Road Ahead

Can India bridge its road gap amid the second wave of COVID-19?


The Road Ahead

Can India bridge its road gap amid the second wave of COVID-19?


Paving the Way

Keeping in view the huge variability associated with road materials, the Reliability-Based Design Optimisation technique optimises the design of flexible pavements.


Paving the Way

Keeping in view the huge variability associated with road materials, the Reliability-Based Design Optimisation technique optimises the design of flexible pavements.


Road Ministry to use plastic for NH construction

Portions of the Delhi-Meerut Expressway and Gurugram-Sohna road also planned for construction using plastic waste


Bridge the Gap!

In a recent tragedy, about 80 per cent of the 70-year-old, British-era Mumbai-Goa highway bridge collapsed. It was, indeed, a red alert on the condition of bridges in India.


Roads are key to over-all economic development

Road sector plays a key role in the over-all economic development of the country, said the Union Minister of state for Road Transport and Highways Sarvey Sathyanarayana. He was speaking at the 73rd Annual session of the Indian Roads Congress being held at Coimbatore, Tamil Nadu.


The Sustainable Road

While roads and highway development now forms the crux of India’s ongoing thrust on overall infrastructure development, MICHAEL KEDEM, Director, i-Tec India, believes the real challenge is to create new, faster, greener and cleaner ways to do it.


Shifting into Top Gear

The change of guard at the Centre bodes well for the roads and highways sector. During its last tenure, the NDA government had built close to half of India´s national highway network that has come up in the past 32 years.


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