NHAI hastens Rs.379-cr Bharuch Bridge Project

    Bharuch Bridge Project
    The construction of India's largest extra dosed 1,344 meter long and 22.8 meter wide four lanes cable stay bridge on the Narmada River, has been fast tracked and is slated to be commissioned by March next year, said NHAI sources, elaborating that the 3rd bridge over Narmada in Bharuch being built by Larsen & Tubro as part of Rs. 379-cr six laning project of the National Highway Authority of India (NHAI). The project in question stretches between 192-198 km section of Bharuch-Surat segment of NH-8 bears similarity to the famous Golden Ears Bridge of Vancouver in Canada, was started in the middle of year 2014 after its construction was handed over to L&T following the failure of the earlier venture on the Built, Operate, Own, and Transfer (BOOT) basis. This bridge will not only serve the traffic from the ports of Hazira and Dahej, but also cater to the heavy flow of industrial traffic on the Golden Corridor between Ankleshwar, Bharuch, Surat, and Dahej SEZ, besides, its commissioning will also remove a significant bottleneck and facilitate free movement of vehicular traffic, they added.
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