NHAI floats tender for eight lane access-controlled e-way in Gujarat

The work will be completed in a period of 24 months at a cost of Rs 1,418 crore

NHAI, National Highways Authority of India, Controlled access expressway, Gujarat, Madhya Pradesh, Delhi-Vadodara Greenfield Alignment, Bharatmala Pariyojana, Hadaf river

The National Highways Authority of India (NHAI) has floated tender for eight lane access-controlled expressway in Gujarat.

The scope of work involves eight lane access-controlled expressway starting from Madhya Pradesh /Gujarat Border near Chhayan village and ending after bridge over Hadaf River near Hathiyavan village in Dahod district (Ch 696.920 to 729.755) section of Delhi-Vadodara Greenfield Alignment (NH-148N) in the state of Gujarat on EPC mode under Bharatmala Pariyojana.

The work will be completed in a period of 24 months at a cost of Rs 1,417.7 crore.

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