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Govt proposes NHs projects in NE in PPP mode


The Road Transport and Highway Ministry has proposed to develop 15 stretches of various national highways in North Eastern region under the Public-Private-Partnership (PPP) mode. The projects will be executed under the Special Accelerated Road Development Programme for North East (SARDP-NE) and National Highway Development Programme III (NHDP-III).
The projects include: 4-Laning of Jorabat-Shillong section of NH-40 ( 62 kilometres); Construction of 2-lane Shillong Bypass (50 kilometres); 4-laning of NH-39 from Dimapur to Kohima including Dimapur and Kohima bypass( 81 kilometres); Nechipu – Hoj road NH 229 via Sagalee (311 kilometres); Potin – Pangin NH 229 (407 kilometres); and 2-laning with paved shoulders of Jowai – Ratacherra section of NH-44 in Meghalaya (104 kilometres).

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