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1.Union Cabinet approves NHAI’s request to set up an infrastructure investment trust

As reported, the National Highways Authority of India (NHAI) received the Union Cabinet’s approval for setting up an infrastructure investment trust (InvIT) – permitting the body to monetise its completed national highways and therefore, fulfil its funding requirements.


2.FASTags set the tone for Digital India

Government extends deadline to obtain FASTags, will aid in sale of highway road assets


3.NHAI releases Rs.4.57 bn for highway maintenance in Kerala

NHAI has released Rs.4.57 bn for the maintenance of national highways in Kerala. The sum will be utilised for immediate renovation of roads and bridges, especially Cheruthoni Bridge, which was damaged during the 2018 floods.


4.Infra Push Drives Equipment Demand

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


5.Benefits of using drones in the construction sector

Drones can be used through various stages of construction.


6.HIGHWAYS HEAD

Sukhbir Singh Sandhu has been selected to head the National Highways Authority of India (NHAI) as its new Chairman.


7.HAM paves ahead, but cracks appear, too

Smaller developers are struggling to secure funding after bidding aggressively.


8.Kadapa-Renigunta to undergo expansion

The two-lane Kadapa-Renigunta road is set to be transformed into a four-lane highway with an increase of 20 m at an estimated cost of Rs.20 bn for construction and land acquisition combined.


9.NHAI to receive 125 acre from DDA

The Delhi Development Authority (DDA) is set to give about 125 acre along the upcoming Urban Extension Road-II to the National Highways Authority of India to ensure completion of the project with the necessary funding.


10.NHAI to invite bids for 400 km stretches

The National Highways Authority of India (NHAI) will invite bids for 400 km long road stretches, in Jammu and Kashmir, Maharashtra, Haryana, Gujarat and Madhya Pradesh, as part of the fourth bundle offered under the toll-operate-transfer (TOT) mode.