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NHAI Sanctions Rs 4,494 Crores Highway Project in Telangana

Under its ambitious umbrella project, Bharatmala Pariyojna, the National Highways Authority of India (NHAI), sanctioned 4 road projects corresponding a budget of Rs 4,494 crores to industrial firms in Telangana. Further, the government’s autonomous agency officially promulgated the grant by issuing a Letter of Award (LoA) for constructing 188.15 km of highways on EPC (engineering, procurement and construction).

The National Highways Authority of India - under the supervision of the Ministry of Road Transport and Highways (MoRTH) - is planning to develop this project in coherence to the Hybrid Annuity Model (HAM) of Bharatmala. The cluster project will subsume all other highway projects by increasing NH connectivity by 77 percent. The NHAI is aiming to construct 44 economic corridors by increasing the NH corridor count from 5 to 50.

NHAI officials say that the grant to Telangana embodies development of roads and highways in the Southern part of the country. The four projects will elon

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NHAI’s Sukhad Yatra Mobile Application – A Guide for Highway Commuters

The government sector is a key player in the development of roads and highways in India, and the National Highways Authority of India (NHAI) is giving a steady momentum to the growth. The Indian road network density is far more than even the largest nations on Earth. Henceforth, the development of the nodal system in the country will make a huge difference in the lives of the citizens. To this end, the NHAI’s Sukhad Yatra mobile application exemplifies the emerging role of it in the nation’s advancement.

The application is designed and developed by ComVision (India) Pvt. Ltd. The built-in features of the application will ease the commuters’ journey by allowing them to find out the wayside amenities on and near national highways. These facilities fall under the National Highways Authority of India’s Wayside Amenities (WSAs) structures such Highway Nest, Highway Village and Highway Mini.

The Union Minister, Nitin Gadkari, launched the Sukhad Yatra application during the first quarter o

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NHAI Advances Highways Sector with High-End Technologies

The National Highways Authority of India (NHAI) is on a mission to integrate innovation and technology in the public sector to solve the challenges in highway infrastructure. The Centre’s autonomous agency is set to solve issues such as inadequate road infrastructure on national highways. To this end, the NHAI is constructing a cluster project to address severe issues in the roads and highways sector.

The National Highways Authority of India, under the leadership of CGM Akhilesh Srivastava, is implementing the GoI’s ambitious project Wayside Amenities (WSAs) to provide convenience and comfort to motorists while overhauling and modernising infrastructure. The WSAs is being constructed under three substructures - Highway Nest (Mini), Highway Village and Highway Nest.

The NHAI is facilitating amenities in the form of hygienic restaurants, food courts, 24X7 fuel stations, dhabas, spacious parking lots, hygienic restrooms, kiosks for sundry items, medical aid booths, helipads and more. Th

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Camera System to Aid NHAI in Controlling the Congestion at Toll Plazas

The national highways of India have been going about as extraordinary facilitators for multitude of purposes especially trade. Relatively they are less long with other roadways viz., Village roads, state highways, district roads. Merchants depend on national expressways as they bolster monetary joining of India. Insights uncover that around 40% of all the trade going within Indian geographical boundaries is facilitated by the national highway network. On the opposite side, this situation brought about increment of vehicular activity, which got turned into vehicular congestion these days. So, to combat the visible problems, the Government of India (GoI) has been adopting new technologies and introduced new initiatives. One of the latest initiatives rolled out by the NHAI in this regard is Video-based surveillance system, which could screen and report vehicular movement patterns at Toll plazas.

The National Highways Authority of India, which is a statutory body made by the NHAI Act 1988

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