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Construction : Web Exclusive | April 2018 | Source : Equipment India

NHAI signs pact for trilateral project

The National Highways Authority of India (NHAI) inked a pact for its maiden international project, part of the India-Myanmar-Thailand Trilateral Highway.

India, Thailand and Myanmar are working on the about 1,400 km long highway that would boost trade, business, health, education and tourism ties among the three countries.

According to an NHAI statement, the central agency has signed an agreement with Punj Lloyd-Varaha Infra JV for upgradation of Yagyi-Kalewa section in Myanmar to two-lane with Earthen Shoulder.

The project includes three new major bridges, repair and strengthening of four existing major bridges, two new minor bridges, reconstruction of six existing minor bridges, repair and strengthening of nine existing minor bridges, reconstruction of 226 existing culverts, 20 bus bays and passenger shelters besides one rest area.
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