Rs 27.50 Bn Allocated to Enhance Quality of 1425 Roads Across India
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Rs 27.50 Bn Allocated to Enhance Quality of 1425 Roads Across India

The Ministry of Public Works Department (PWD) has allocated Rs 27.50 billion towards enhancing the quality and condition of 1425 roads spanning a total of 4655 kilometres during the fiscal year 2024-25. This significant investment underscores the government's commitment to improving infrastructure and transportation networks across India.

Announcing this initiative, the PWD Minister highlighted the critical importance of maintaining and upgrading road infrastructure to ensure smoother travel experiences and support economic activities. The allocated funds will be utilised to implement comprehensive improvement measures, including resurfacing, widening, and strengthening of roads in various states and union territories.

The targeted roads include both national and state highways, vital lifelines for transportation and commerce throughout the country. The planned enhancements aim not only to address existing road conditions but also to prepare for future traffic demands and ensure safer journeys for commuters and transporters alike.

The investment comes amidst the government's broader agenda to bolster infrastructure development across sectors, laying a strong foundation for sustainable economic growth. Improved road connectivity is expected to facilitate easier access to remote areas, boost trade, and stimulate regional development initiatives.

In conclusion, the substantial allocation towards road infrastructure improvements reflects a proactive approach by the government to enhance transport efficiency and promote inclusive economic growth nationwide.

The Ministry of Public Works Department (PWD) has allocated Rs 27.50 billion towards enhancing the quality and condition of 1425 roads spanning a total of 4655 kilometres during the fiscal year 2024-25. This significant investment underscores the government's commitment to improving infrastructure and transportation networks across India. Announcing this initiative, the PWD Minister highlighted the critical importance of maintaining and upgrading road infrastructure to ensure smoother travel experiences and support economic activities. The allocated funds will be utilised to implement comprehensive improvement measures, including resurfacing, widening, and strengthening of roads in various states and union territories. The targeted roads include both national and state highways, vital lifelines for transportation and commerce throughout the country. The planned enhancements aim not only to address existing road conditions but also to prepare for future traffic demands and ensure safer journeys for commuters and transporters alike. The investment comes amidst the government's broader agenda to bolster infrastructure development across sectors, laying a strong foundation for sustainable economic growth. Improved road connectivity is expected to facilitate easier access to remote areas, boost trade, and stimulate regional development initiatives. In conclusion, the substantial allocation towards road infrastructure improvements reflects a proactive approach by the government to enhance transport efficiency and promote inclusive economic growth nationwide.

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