NHIDCL targets 300km roads in North-East

    North East Roads
    In view of the tough terrain and inhospitable climatic conditions, the National Highway Infrastructure Development Corporation Limited (NHIDCL), which was setup to improve the road connectivity in the areas of North-East, has decided to construct 300 kms of roads in the next three years. It may be recalled that the nodal road building agency assigned to build 4,000km road network, will be able to complete a total of 63.39 kms of roads by 2017, 129.21 kms of road by 2018 and 108.53 kms of roads by 2019. Arunachal Pradesh will be the most benefited state in the entire North East as majority of the roads to be completed by 2019 lies in the border and the interior areas of the state. Though NHIDCL has initiated a large chunk of the project it assigned by the Ministry of Road Transport & Highways (MoRTH), most of them are either at the preparation of Detailed Project Report (DPR) or at the location identification stages.
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