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NHAI invites proposals to create project monetisation pipeline

Wednesday, 21 Aug 2019
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The National Highways Authority of India (NHAI) has invited proposals from agencies to study and identify an inventory of road projects. NHAI will be able to monetise road projects to meet its non-budgetary funding requirement over the next few years.

NHAI has sought request for proposals for empanelment of agencies for preparation/submission of report on inventory of highway assets, assessing existing physical condition of the national highway stretches under consideration for award on toll-operate-transfer (TOT) model.

NHAI has already prepared detailed project reports (DPRs) for TOT bundles 4,5 and 6. These TOT bundles will be offered in average stretches of 500 km. NHAI has already studied road stretches of around 5,000 km to be offered on the TOT mode, and could potentially monetise around 15,000 km of road stretches by 2025.

NHAI had invited bids for TOT bundle 3 in June 2019 for a cumulative 566 km of highway stretches in Bihar, Jharkhand, Tamil Nadu and Uttar Pradesh with the floor price set at Rs 4,995 crore.

The first round of TOT auctions got the government Rs 9,681 crore against the initial estimated concession value (IECV) of Rs 6,258 crore set by the government. The second round of auctions, however, was cancelled in February 2019 as response from the developers remained tepid.

NHAI is now in the process of making TOT projects more attractive to bring in smaller investors. Among other things, it is considering to offer packages in a mix of 15 and 30 years of lease period.

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