39 national highway projects sanctioned in Andhra Pradesh
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39 national highway projects sanctioned in Andhra Pradesh

In Andhra Pradesh, 39 national highway projects worth 31,000 crore have been approved or sanctioned for 2022-23, while 134 NH projects worth 58,318 crore covering a total length of 3,605 km have been completed or are under construction over the last three years.

This was stated by Union Road Transport and Highways Minister Nitin Gadkari in the Rajya Sabha in response to a question from AP Rajya Sabha member Parimal Nathwani. The Bengaluru-Vijayawada motorway, with a length of 160 km and a cost of 6,169 crore, was one of the largest NH projects being considered in AP during 2022-23, according to the Union minister, adding that the four-laning of Bengaluru-Vijayawada expressway covering a length of 1,115.3 km and costing 4,120 crore was the other major project in the sanction list.

The other projects include the four-laning of Kadapa to Chinna Orampadu section of NH-716, four-laning of Chinna Orampadu to Renigunta section of NH-716, six-laning of Naidupeta-Turpu Kanupura section of NH-71, besides construction of a flyover and underpass at Visakhapatnam airport junction to ensure smooth flow of container trailers to and from the MMLP set up at NH-16, the minister said.

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In Andhra Pradesh, 39 national highway projects worth 31,000 crore have been approved or sanctioned for 2022-23, while 134 NH projects worth 58,318 crore covering a total length of 3,605 km have been completed or are under construction over the last three years. This was stated by Union Road Transport and Highways Minister Nitin Gadkari in the Rajya Sabha in response to a question from AP Rajya Sabha member Parimal Nathwani. The Bengaluru-Vijayawada motorway, with a length of 160 km and a cost of 6,169 crore, was one of the largest NH projects being considered in AP during 2022-23, according to the Union minister, adding that the four-laning of Bengaluru-Vijayawada expressway covering a length of 1,115.3 km and costing 4,120 crore was the other major project in the sanction list. The other projects include the four-laning of Kadapa to Chinna Orampadu section of NH-716, four-laning of Chinna Orampadu to Renigunta section of NH-716, six-laning of Naidupeta-Turpu Kanupura section of NH-71, besides construction of a flyover and underpass at Visakhapatnam airport junction to ensure smooth flow of container trailers to and from the MMLP set up at NH-16, the minister said. Also Read Loan approval of Rs 5 bn for road concretisation received by MBMC 10 T Carer Electric forklifts added by ABP Humber

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