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    NHAI unveils new e-way project

    National Highways Authority of India (NHAI)
    In an attempt to ensure faster travelling facilities to the road users of the region, National Highways Authority of India (NHAI) has decided to build a 262-km-long, six-lane, access-controlled Chennai- Bengaluru Expressway project for which the construction work is set to start shortly. The road, which passes through Tamil Nadu, Andhra Pradesh, and Karnataka, is expected to cut travel time to Bengaluru since the existing road via Sriperumbudur is carrying vehicles beyond capacity. With land acquisition for a total of 2,800 hectares in an advanced stage, NHAI is processing various permissions, including environmental clearance, for the greenfield project along with the land acquisition. In Tamil Nadu, the final notification for the acquisition was recently published for 540 acres, meaning that the Revenue Department would make payments to land owners soon, and in Karnataka, 85% of land owners have been paid compensation, said a source in the NHAI.
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