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Construction : Web Exclusive | February 2014 | Source : Construction Update

CCEA approves widening of NH-232 between Tanda and Banda

The Cabinet Committee on Economic Affairs (CCEA) has approved the revised cost estimates for widening of NH-232 to two lane with paved shoulder from Tanda to Raebareli and from Raebareli to Banda in Uttar Pradesh. National Highways Authority of India (NHAI) will execute this project on Engineering Procurement and Construction (EPC) mode. The cost of this project is estimated to be Rs.1376.29 crore. The completion is targeted in 30 months from the date of start of work. The project implementation is planned in two separate packages that is Tanda to Raebareli (Package-1) and from Raebareli to Banda (Package-2). Package-1 will be implemented at an estimated cost of about Rs 817.52 crore covering 156 km road length.Package-2 will be implemented at an estimated cost of about Rs.558.77 crore having a length of approximately 133 km. The project covers the districts of Ambedkarnagar, Sultanpur, Raebareli, Fatehpur and Banda in Uttar Pradesh. The overall improvement of the highway would benefit in terms of smooth and safe traffic flow between Tanda and Banda, reduction in Vehicle Operating Cost (VOC) and travel time. In addition, the project would result in development of basic infrastructure in the region which would ultimately lead to overall economic development.
 
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