Nod for Agra highway widening
Posted by propertyagentsindia on July 22nd, 2012
NEW DELHI: Work on widening of the Delhi-Agra highway is likely to start soon with the Union environment and forests ministry issuing the environmental clearance. Though the project was awarded to Reliance Infrastructure in July 2010, the environmental clearance came only on Friday, indicating a delay in the proposed deadline by over a year. Sources in National Highways Authority of India (NHAI) said the developer had tied up funds from banks in January 2011 to undertake the work expected to cost Rs 1,950 crore. “If environmental clearance had come in early, work would have started by now,” said an NHAI official. The 180km stretch has four lanes along with several [...]
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