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1.Budget 2020 benefits the freight and logistics sector

National Logistic Policy to lead to operational efficiency for freight operators


2.Budget’s capital spend for road min for FY2021 lower than required for Bharatmala

Budget 2020 emphasises on accelerated development of highways to be undertaken


3.Infra Push Drives Equipment Demand

Rajesh Nath and Ajmal Fawad write on the infrastructure market trend and the contributions of German equipment manufacturers.


4.Jammu and Kashmir achieves country’s highest road length under PMGSY

As reported, as a part of the Union Government’s rural roads programme, Jammu and Kashmir has recently achieved the country’s highest road length this year with the completion of an estimated 11,400 km that covers around 1,838 habitations.


5.Plans have been laid to build rural roads spanning 125,000 km

the government will plan on the execution of a mega rural road-building project worth Rs 70,000 crore


6.NHPC may foray into road construction

The company is in plans to participate in tariff-based or toll-based bids


7.Machines for PMGSY projects

Where will the PMGSY opportunities arise and what machines will they use?


8.NBCC diversifies into highway construction; gets contract to build 50-km four-lane highway in Uttarakhand

NBCC (India), the Navratna CPSE under Ministry of Housing and Urban Affairs, has added yet another aspect to its expanding business by diversifying into the road construction space.


9.Central Road Fund’s expansion unlikely to affect allocations to the road sector

With the remaining portion of the National Highway Development Programme (NHDP) getting subsumed into the new road-development programme (83,000 km including Bharatmala Phase-I) and a significant portion of the Pradhan Mantri Gram Sadak Yojana (PMGSY) set to be concluded by 2019, the government intends to deploy the central road fund (CRF) in other infrastructure sub-sectors.


10.Cabinet nod for Road Connectivity Project for Left Wing Extremism Affected Areas

The Cabinet Committee on Economic Affairs has approved a centrally-sponsored scheme ‘Road Connectivity Project for Left Wing Extremism (LWE) Affected Areas’ to improve the rural road connectivity in the worst LWE affected districts from security angle.


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