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The Road Transport and Highways Minister said the National Highways Authority of India has compiled the list of all the consultancy assignments awarded to the said firm and its associates.
The Road Transport and Highways Minister said in the Lok Sabha that his ministry has completed safety audit of 1.6 lakh bridges in the country and found more than 100 structures in bad condition.
Since the Supreme Court’s order prohibiting liquor sales within 500 metres of State and National Highways, there is a lot of grief among hoteliers.
As per the proposed amendment, the highway will end at the start of the city and restart again where the boundary of the city ends, Chief Minister Manohar Parrikar said.
To start with, the thickness of tar will be increased and highways will be made strong enough for aircraft to land.
Union Transport Minister Nitin Gadkari was pleasantly surprised during a meeting with a delegation of the Sri Lankan government when they asked India to build highways in the island nation, much like
Tells High Court that for denotifying national highways, Karnataka has to keep those stretches traffic worthy.
Road Transport and Highways Minister Nitin Gadkari said a four per cent increase in the number of accidents has been witnessed in last three years.
The Tiruvottiyur-Manali railway overbridge will be open for motorists to use from the first week of August according to officials from the State Highways Department.
The 63 locations out of the 78 accident zones have been deemed as requiring permanent remedial measures, to reduce instances of accidents.
Union minister for road, transport, highways and shipping Nitin Gadkari Monday said that the government will provide an app based platform for small cab drivers.
Of the total expenditure, 20 per cent will be met through private investment and expected monetisation, said the Minister of State for Road, Transport and Highways.
In an exercise expected to help reduce road accidents, all highways, maintained by both national and state authorities will be will be audited for road safety.
The Centre announced plans to pump in Rs 40,000 crore to develop Paradip as a smart port and smart city and Rs 1.5 lakh crore to expand highways for speedy development of Odisha.
Pulling up the state government and the Centre for inaction over denotifying highways, the High Court asked if they had turned bar and restaurant owners (petitioners) into ‘shuttlecocks’ by writing to
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