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1.Bids invited for the fifth bundle of highway projects

The bids have been invited under TOT in the State of Gujarat.


2.Aviation flies towards Rs 250 bn revenue loss: CRISIL

Roads and highways would rebound faster despite sharp losses this quarter


3.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.


4.FASTags set the tone for Digital India

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


5.Four companies emerge as potential bidders for nine NHAI roads spread across India

As reported, nine road stretches of around 566 km running through Uttar Pradesh, Jharkhand, Bihar and Tamil Nadu that were put up for auctioning under the toll-operate-transfer (TOT) model by the National Highways Authority of India (NHAI), are expected to receive bids from Adani Enterprises, Cube Highways and Infrastructure, Canada Pension Plan Investment Board (CPPIB) and IRB Infrastructure.


6.The third tranche of NHAI’s TOT model sees prospective investors lining up

With a floor price of 49.95 billion, the recent proposal consists of nine highway stretches that run through the states of Uttar Pradesh, Bihar, Jharkhand and Tamil Nadu covering a total distance of approximately 566 km.


7.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


8.Success of TOT model critical for funding Bharatmala programme

While the NHAI borrowing programme is on track, the budgetary allocation in the last two budgets was lower than required thereby necessitating dependence on other funding avenues, says rating agency ICRA.


9.Execution to remain strong while awards likely to remain subdued in 2019

According to rating firm ICRA outlook for the road sector, while the engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) project executions may witness a temporary slowdown during the general elections; the build-operate-transfer (BOT) and hybrid annuity model (HAM) projects executions are expected to continue unabated.


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