Govt. steers clears Rs.40,000-cr e-way project

    e-way project
    The Transport ministry in a recent move has decided to build the first express highway project in the northeastern region along the Brahmaputra River in Assam at an estimated investment of Rs.40,000 crore, said official sources, claiming that the Central government has given greater focus on building road, rail, and airport facilities in the region. As a matter of fact, the government is going to develop the 1,300 km-long express highway for which the land acquisition has to be carried out by the state administration. The sandy soil coming from the dredging of Brahmaputra will be utilized for construction of road. The express highway will be axis-controlled and vehicles will be able to ply at very high speed. Apart from this, the Centre will dredge the Brahmaputra River from Sadia in upper Assam to increase navigational channels up to Chittagong port in Bangladesh for which a tripartite agreement was signed for dredging and construction of the express highway in Assam.
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