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NHAI floats RfP for Bundle-2 under TOT model

Thursday, 09 Aug 2018
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The National Highways Authority of India (NHAI) has floated request for proposal (RfP) for Bundle-2 of toll operate transfer (TOT) model. NHAI aims to generate a minimum of Rs 5,362 crore from eight road assets in four states.

Earlier in March 2018, NHAI had received the highest bid of Rs 9,681.50 crore under Bundle-1 of TOT from Macquarie Group-Ashoka Buildcon to manage 648 km of national highways in Andhra Pradesh, Odisha and Gujarat. The Bundle-1 of TOT was floated in December 2017.

RfPs were floated for tolling, operation and maintenance of the existing road projects comprising eight national highway stretches Bundle-2 on (TOT) mode.

The following stretches will be undertaken under this model:

Chittorgarh-Kota and Chittorgarh bypass section of NH-27 from 891.929 km to 1052.429 km in Rajasthan. Swaroopganj-Pindwara and Pindwara-Udaipur section of NH-27 from 677.000 km to 797.024 km in Rajasthan. Palanpur/Khemana-Abu Road section of NH-27 from 601.000 km to 646.000 km in Gujarat and Rajasthan.

Jetpur-Somnath section of NH-115 from 000.000 km to 127.600 km in the state of Gujarat. Purnea-Dalkhola section of NH-31 from 410.700 km to 447.000 km in Bihar. Dalkhola-Islampur section of NH-31 from 447.000 to km 498.970 km in the state of West Bengal.

Islampur-Sonapur-Ghoskapur section of NH-31 from 507.000 km to 551.000 km in the state of West Bengal. Salasalabari-West Bengal-Assam Border section of NH-31C from 228.000 km to 254.500 km in West Bengal.

The cumulative cost of developing roads under ToT model is valued at Rs 5,362 crore. 

Under the TOT model, successful international and domestic private players are required to pay the bidding amount upfront. Those bagging the assets will recover their investments as well as returns by way of toll collection.

The government intends to put more road assets under TOT to monetise them for its ambitious Bharatmala programme. The aim is to put 75 road projects on a long-term lease.

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