The National Highways Authority of India has planned to invest ₹76,000 crore to expand the road network across Telangana. Around 23 national highway projects are being taken up with a length of 1,517 km in a phased manner. The NHAI is currently preparing DPR for 10 different projects entailing an estimated cost of ₹28,911 crore and 818 km length.
Projects worth ₹12,841 crore are in various stages of implementation and once completed, these would provide a new road network for a length of 786 km.
The Regional Ring Road project, which is approximately 350 km in length, will be constructed with central funding of ₹20,000 crore. Meanwhile, the NHAI has invited tenders to take up the construction of a greenfield highway between Mancherial and Warangal, at ₹2,500 crore. It will be a fourlane access-controlled greenfield highway covering 108 km from Narva village in Mancherial to Oorugonda village in Warangal district.