Ganga expressway to be built by IRB Infra and Adani Group
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Ganga expressway to be built by IRB Infra and Adani Group

Between Meerut and Prayagraj, the Adani Group and IRB Infrastructure will construct the 594 km Ganga Expressway in Uttar Pradesh.

The Rs 36,230 crore greenfield expressway project is divided into four sections, with the Adani Group winning three and IRB Infrastructure winning one.

For Rs 5,039 crore, IRB Infra will complete the 129.7 km long section-1.

The remaining three sections will cost Rs 5,647 crore, Rs 5,810 crore, and Rs 5,626 crore, respectively, and will be completed by Adani Group.

The development of the Ganga Expressway, Uttar Pradesh's longest expressway project, was contested by Adani Enterprises, Ashoka Buildcon, and IRB Infrastructure Developers.

Around 94% of the land needed for the Ganga Expressway has already been acquired, according to the Uttar Pradesh Expressways Industrial Development Authority (UPEIDA), the state government body that will oversee the project.

The six-lane greenfield expressway will run through 12 Uttar Pradesh districts, including Meerut, Hapur, Bulandshahar, Amroha, Sambhal, Badaun, Shahjahanpur, Hardoi, Unnao, Raebareli, Pratapgarh, and Prayagraj from west to east.

The proposed expressway will pass through 140 bodies of water. Seven road-over-bridges, 17 interchange roads, 14 major bridges, 126 minor bridges, 28 flyovers, 50 vehicle underpasses, 171 light vehicle underpasses, 160 small vehicle underpasses, and 946 culverts will be included.

Adani Group is a diversified Indian conglomerate with a market capitalisation of over $1 billion and six publicly traded companies. It has built a portfolio of world-class transportation and utility infrastructure with a pan-India presence. Adani Group is a diversified Indian conglomerate with a market capitalisation of over $133.08 billion and six publicly traded companies. It has built a portfolio of world-class transportation and utility infrastructure with a pan-India presence.

IRB Infrastructure Developers Limited has grown to become India's leading and largest infrastructure developer in the BOT space, with a focus on the road and highway sector.

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Also read: Uttar Pradesh to get 2,230 km expressway network in 2-3 years
Also read: Bihar plans 1,300 km expressway network in next four years

Between Meerut and Prayagraj, the Adani Group and IRB Infrastructure will construct the 594 km Ganga Expressway in Uttar Pradesh. The Rs 36,230 crore greenfield expressway project is divided into four sections, with the Adani Group winning three and IRB Infrastructure winning one. For Rs 5,039 crore, IRB Infra will complete the 129.7 km long section-1. The remaining three sections will cost Rs 5,647 crore, Rs 5,810 crore, and Rs 5,626 crore, respectively, and will be completed by Adani Group. The development of the Ganga Expressway, Uttar Pradesh's longest expressway project, was contested by Adani Enterprises, Ashoka Buildcon, and IRB Infrastructure Developers. Around 94% of the land needed for the Ganga Expressway has already been acquired, according to the Uttar Pradesh Expressways Industrial Development Authority (UPEIDA), the state government body that will oversee the project. The six-lane greenfield expressway will run through 12 Uttar Pradesh districts, including Meerut, Hapur, Bulandshahar, Amroha, Sambhal, Badaun, Shahjahanpur, Hardoi, Unnao, Raebareli, Pratapgarh, and Prayagraj from west to east. The proposed expressway will pass through 140 bodies of water. Seven road-over-bridges, 17 interchange roads, 14 major bridges, 126 minor bridges, 28 flyovers, 50 vehicle underpasses, 171 light vehicle underpasses, 160 small vehicle underpasses, and 946 culverts will be included. Adani Group is a diversified Indian conglomerate with a market capitalisation of over $1 billion and six publicly traded companies. It has built a portfolio of world-class transportation and utility infrastructure with a pan-India presence. Adani Group is a diversified Indian conglomerate with a market capitalisation of over $133.08 billion and six publicly traded companies. It has built a portfolio of world-class transportation and utility infrastructure with a pan-India presence. IRB Infrastructure Developers Limited has grown to become India's leading and largest infrastructure developer in the BOT space, with a focus on the road and highway sector. Image Source Also read: Uttar Pradesh to get 2,230 km expressway network in 2-3 years Also read: Bihar plans 1,300 km expressway network in next four years

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