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Bridging gaps and paving the way for India’s roads sector growth

India’s road sector offers a mammoth investment opportunity of Rs 20 trillion under NIP for FY2020-25.

The target for this financial year is to award works worth Rs.2 trillion

India has the second largest network of roads in the world and the National Highways play a very important role in this. They form only 2 per cent of the total highway network but carry 40 per cent of the traffic.

Bite the bullet

The festive season has begun on a positive note.

Our mandate is clear: The construction industry must shoulder the burden to revive the economy

CW presents a special interview with GIRIDHAR ARAMANE, Secretary, Ministry of Road Transport and Highways.

NHAI awarded highest length of projects during FY20-21 against same period in past three years

Notwithstanding the challenges from the outbreak of COVID-19, the National Highways Authority of India (NHAI) has awarded the highest length of projects during FY2020-21 to date compared to the projects awarded during the same period in the past three years.

Seeking Light at, the End of the Tunnel!

Prime Minister inaugurated the world's longest railway tunnel on October 3, 2020.

Signals mixed on Recovery Road

Traffic is crawling back and with it, the recovery prospects of the roads sector.

Reviving the Roads Sector

After a prolonged dry spell in the roads sector, industry perhaps had high hopes pegged on the resurgence of the build operate transfer-toll (BOT) model against the backdrop of progressive reforms introduced in the PPP framework.

Reviving the Roads Sector

Is the roads sector ready for BOT Toll 2.0?

Reviving the Roads Sector

SANDEEP UPADHYAY and SARAVANAN IYER question whether the roads sector is ready for BOT Toll 2.0.

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